James Cameron predicted fears of his upcoming sequel symbol picturefrom 2009, will be greeted with carelessness when it opens in December.
Talk to the magazine empireCameron addressed repeated criticisms of the original film that few people can remember the name – Jake Sully – for its leading man, played by Sam Worthington.
Worthington’s character embodies a man running the body of a strange humanoid species known as the Na’vi who lives on a distant planet, Pandora, which humans intend to colonize in the 22nd century.
“Loss trolls They will realize it Nobody cares and they can’t remember the names of the characters Not a damn thing that happened in the movie,” he said.
Then they go back to the movie and say, ‘Oh, well, excuse me, let me shut up now. “So I’m not worried about that.”
Upon its release, Avatar became the highest-grossing movie of all time, a record it held for a decade until its release Avengers: Endgamealthough he later regained it in 2021 after Avatar was re-released in China.
adjustment for inflation, It is the second highest grossing film of all time., with over $3 billion in sales. Gone with the Wind ranks first.
However, Avatar’s critical legacy has been mixed, with Cameron’s emotional project sequels stuck in pre-production for many years.
The first four planned sequences, Avatar: Water Road, has an awards season scheduled to coincide with its Christmas premiere. Cameron was also a challenger to people who would object to the film running for three hours.
“I don’t want anyone to complain about how long it takes to sit down to watch (TV) for eight hours,” he said.
“It’s like, ‘Give me a break. I’ve seen my kids sit and watch episodes for five hours straight. This is the great social shift that has to happen: It’s okay to get up and pee.”
The new movie sees Worthington and Zoe Saldana return, as well as Sigourney Weaver, despite the fact that her character died in the first movie..
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