Avatar 2 Takes on a Very Dark Family Dynamic Says James Cameron
Avatar 2 takes on a very dark family dynamic Avatar 2 But we are going to be there for an emotional ride in addition to a visual show according to director James Cameron. The public has been waiting for nearly a decade for Cameron to return to the world of Pandora that he first introduced to us in 2009. It took a lot of time, but the work is already well under way. two following sequences of what will eventually be a franchise of five films. . In his latest update, he promised that Jake and Neytiri would be moved in the next film.
James Cameron was out to promote his last production effort, Alita: Battle Angel who hit the theaters over the weekend and, to the surprise of many analysts, managed to impose at the box office. In a recent interview, the filmmaker was interviewed on Avatar 2 and he plunged into a specific scene of the sequel that will focus on Jake and Neytiri having a fight intense, seen from the perspective of one of their young children. Here's what Cameron had to say about it.
"There is a three-page dispute scene between Jake and Neytiri, a marital dispute, very, very, very critical in the scenario. […] After experiencing the experience with [Sam Worthington] ] on Avatar, I now knew how to write Jake's character in the future, through the emotional roller coaster of the next four movies.He made two images one after the other because we had two and three together, he had to go to dark places. "
As James Cameron mentioned, they focused primarily on Avatar 2 and 3 to date and they have recently completed the capture of the performance of these two films. This is the essence of what is needed. However, there is still a lot of work to be done. We recently learned that the production would be traveling to New Zealand for the live action scenes needed for the next two films. Cameron, for one, does not seem really happy about it.
"[Performance-capture] is the vast majority of characters, and that's the vast majority of the film's duration but a bit boring.The actual action component will cost me five months of my life, at through the two films. "
By the time these films come out in theaters, Disney will have control of the franchise. Depending on how the next two movies unfold, scripts are already written for the fourth and fifth films. Considering that the original Avatar remains the most profitable movie of all time (by far), this should not be a problem. In the current state of affairs, Avatar 2 will be released in theaters on December 18, 2020, the remaining suites being scheduled for December 17, 2021, December 20, 2024 and 19 December 2025. This news was first reported by Empire.