the first of Avatar: The Way of Water is just around the corner, and the sequel to the 2009 blockbuster blockbuster is full of anticipation as future films hinge on the saga’s lucrative success. The wait is so great, in fact, that director James Cameron has already shared some information regarding the future of the franchise.
In an interview with the Collider website, without going into too much detail, the director commented on “Avatar 4” which is in his plans for the film series. According to Cameron, a 20th Century Studios executive read the script written for the fourth feature and was very impressed.
“I can’t go into details, but all I can say is that when I handed in the script for Avatars 2, the studio gave me three pages of notes. And when I turned in the script for 3, they gave me a page of notes, so I was getting better. When I handed in the script for 4, the studio executive, the creative executive of the films, wrote me an email saying, ‘Fucking shit!’ the director said. “And I said, ‘Well, where are the notes?’ And the manager said, “Here are the notes.” Because it was pretty maddening in a good way, you know? completed.
Cameron had already described “Avatar 4” positively in other previous interviews, always creating a certain hype. However, the film will only be produced in case of financial success of “Avatar 2” and “Avatar 3”, which were shot back to back.
The director commented to Collider that “Avatar” only began to be modeled on the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, developed by Peter Jackson, who traced the plot of the films from the beginning. With this, Jackson communicated to the actors in the long run what their character arcs would be.
“So I felt like I should do the same thing. I had to interpret it as if the books already existed. So the only way to do that was to write all the scripts and let the actors read all the scripts and see where their characters were going and what that all meant,” Cameron said. “Not that it’s feasible at the moment, but I think that it’s something the actors can work on to prepare their characters,” he added.
Earlier, Cameron called “Avatar 2” “the worst deal in cinematic history,” commenting on the film’s need to be a box office hit. According to him, “O Caminho da Água” needs to earn about 1 billion US dollars (about R$5.2 billion) to generate profits and thus continue the saga.
Avatar: The Way of Water premieres December 15 in Brazil and the following day in the United States. Early reactions to the film have been quite positive with some people saying the sequel is “breathtaking” and others indicating that the feature “is far superior” to the first title.
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