Avatar was thought of as a series according to James Cameron


Avatar: The Way of Water has been long overdue. But now that he’s out, no one stops him! As expected, the second installment of the Avatar franchise is a hit at the global box office. Thirteen days after its release, Avatar 2 has already exceeded one billion dollars in revenue.

This sequel takes us back to Pandora, ten years after the events of the first film. In it, we find Jake (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) in a new role: that of parents. To protect their family from Colonel Quaritch (Stephen Lang), they leave their forest to join the Metkayina clan. But that doesn’t stop Quaritch, who is ready to do anything to get his revenge.

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And as in the first feature film, the reunion between Jake, Neytiri and Quaritch ends in a huge confrontation.

Ten minutes of deleted action scenes

Avatar 2 has given us a good dose of action. And recently, during an interview with Esquire Middle East, James Cameron revealed that he didn’t include all the action scenes shot for the film. The filmmaker explained that this had nothing to do with the duration of the film, considered too long by the public.

James Cameron said he deleted the scenes showing gun violence. The director says he made this decision because he no longer wants to fuel gun fetishism. His choice is understandable in view of the tragedies that have recently taken place in the United States.

find the middle ground

James Cameron said the main thing for him was to find the middle ground.

“I actually cut about 10 minutes of film showing shootings. I wanted to get rid of some of the ugliness, to find a balance between light and dark. You must have conflicts, of course. Violence and action are the same things, it depends on how you see it. »

The filmmaker went on to explain that he no longer wanted to do things the way he used to.

“I don’t know if I still want to fetishize weapons, like I did in the Terminator movies over 30 years ago, in our world. »

For James Cameron, what happens “with arms in our society makes my stomach turn”. The filmmaker said he was delighted to live “in New Zealand where they banned all assault rifles”.

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