After over ten years, Disney is preparing to release the follow up to Avatar and fans are all set to see what takes place next on the planet of Pandora. With Avatar: The Way of Water making its method to theaters director James Cameron has actually been doing press rounds for the film, and he’s currently said some interesting things. When the first Avatar was launched it had some excellent 3D technology, and now the sequel is completely geared up with even better 3D technology. Cameron pays a lot attention to detail that you would believe that he would study other 3D releases and it ends up that he does. During a brand-new interview with Cinema Blend, the director revealed what he thinks are the best 3D motion pictures.
“I would push back a little bit. Life of Pi, Ang (Lee’s) movie, and Martin Scorsese’s Hugo, and even Ridley Scott’s Prometheus– these were filmmakers at the top of their video game authoring in 3D,” Cameron exposed. “Those merit movies. It’s all the type of rank-and-file conversion films where the filmmakers haven’t cared, or the studio hasn’t let them shoot– really shoot– in 3D. They’re not that excellent. And I think it’s injured it.”
Cameron has actually been establishing follows up to his record-breaking movie for over a years. The studio has announced 4 sequels to Avatar, with 2 already shot, and the other two are waiting to see how the very first does at package office. The director shot both follows up back to back due to how the scenes they required to film for both. About a year back, Cameron verified to Variety why he shot the movies this way.
“We mixed the schedules for 2 and 3 together, based upon the types of scenes and the environments,” Cameron revealed to the trade. “I stated, let’s just treat it like it’s a six-hour miniseries and we’re just going to go to Frankfurt once. We’re going to shoot all the scenes from 2 and 3 at the exact same time. That was basically the theme. Actor accessibility was a concern as well. Anything that needed to be finished with a specific actor, we did all the scenes for 2 and 3 together– and a bit of 4. Because as soon as again, I needed to shoot the kids out. They’re allowed to age 6 years in the middle of the story on page 25 of motion picture 4. So I needed everything prior to then, and then whatever after, we’ll do later.”
The sequel is validated to include numerous returning stars that consist of Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stepehn Lang, Giovanni Ribisi, Joel David Moore, Dileep Rao, CCH Pounder, Matt Gerald, and Sigourney Weaver. The cast for the follows up will consist of numerous more newcomers than returning members, however, with the likes of Kate Winslet, Cliff Curtis, Edie Falco, Brendan Cowell, Michelle Yeoh, Jemaine Clement, Oona Chaplin, David Thewlis, Vin Diesel, and CJ Jones all set to appear as well. Plot details for the sequels are currently unknown.Avatar: The Method of Water is set to show up on December 16, 2022, with Avatar 3 set to debut two years later on December 20, 2024. What do you think about his options? Let us know in the remarks below or by striking up our author @NateBrail on Twitter!