This is your chance to demonstrate how much you enjoy the Avatar movies. James Cameron, a renowned filmmaker, will be closely monitoring the box office performance this time since his most recent film, “Avatar: The Way of Water,” is officially in theatres. The movie, which has some of the most well-known stars in the movie industry, was made on a tremendous budget, and much depends on its success. The director intends to never produce another Avatar sequel if it doesn’t financially work out.
In an interview, James Cameron admitted, “The market could be telling us we’re done in three months, or we might be semi-done, meaning: ‘OK, let’s complete the story within movie three, and not go on endlessly’ if it’s just not profitable.”
“We’re in a different world now than we were when I wrote this stuff, even,” Cameron added. “It’s the one-two punch – the pandemic and streaming. Or, conversely, maybe we’ll remind people what going to the theatre is all about. This film definitely does that. The question is: how many people give a shit now?”
If this movie doesn’t work out for him, he mentioned that “The Avatar flicks themselves are kind of all-consuming” as an alternative. In addition, I’m working on some other intriguing projects. I believe that after a while—I’m not sure if it will be after three or after four—I’ll want to hand the reins over to a director I trust so that I can pursue other interests. Or perhaps not. I’m not sure.
In the fourth film, on the other hand, he did call “a corker” and “a motherf***er,” and he expressed hope that it would be made, but added that “it depends on market forces.” On December 16, the eagerly awaited film “Avatar: The Way of Water” will be released.
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