As Avatar: The Way of Water continues to be a big hit all over the world, James Cameron has said that he is already planning for a long time from now.
James Cameron Has Already Shot Scenes From Avatar 3 And 4
Cameron told Entertainment Weekly that he shot scenes for a possible Avatar 3 and Avatar 4 at the same time as the sequel that just came out. He did this so the younger cast members wouldn’t get too old. He used Netflix’s Stranger Things as an example of how time can be a problem.
Tuk (Trinity Jo-Li Bliss, who was cast when she was 7 and is now 13) and Spider are introduced in The Way of Water (Jack Champion, who was 12 when cast but is now 18). Cameron said that the second, third, and first acts of the fourth movie had to be made all at once because Champion was “growing like a weed.”
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“Otherwise, you get the Stranger Things effect, where they’re supposed to be in high school but look like they’re 27,” Cameron said. “I love the show, you know. It’s okay. We won’t question it. We like the people in the book. But, you already know.”
James Cameron says part of the reason why he decided to film ‘AVATAR’ Parts 2, 3, and some of 4, simultaneously is that he wanted to avoid “the ‘STRANGER THINGS’ effect,” – when child actors grow up so fast in between installments that eventually they stop resembling children. pic.twitter.com/RbBMbfho7I
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In the same article, producer Jon Landau also said that new biomes would be in upcoming movies. Landau said, “Each movie is going to show people new clans and cultures on Pandora.” “Once we introduce a character, they will always be a part of how things change. We make it bigger. So the Metkayina you meet in this movie will probably show up in other movies. There are other clans that we’ll show you in movie 3, which you’ll see again in movie 4, and so on.
So far, Avatar: The Way of Water has made more than $500 million around the world and $168 million in the United States.
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