James Cameron compares Avatar sequels to episodic TV
As James Cameron tries again to become king of the cash register world, with Avatar: The Way of Water now around $1.2 billion worldwide, he has further outlined plans for his sequels, drawing comparisons to episodic television.
In conversation with The wrapsaid James Cameron about the avatar sequels, “We know exactly what we are doing. We know what those movies are going to be. We just have to go through the process of getting them done. So ideally in two years [Avatar 3] comes out, ideally maybe three years later [Avatar 4] comes out, and then ideally maybe a few years after that [Avatar 5] comes out."
The plan, says Cameron, should be followed avatar and its sequels are fading in the minds of audiences over the years. "If they invest in these characters, if they invest in this world, we want to give them to them on a regular basis. That was the game plan.” In addition, Cameron said: "[The collective films are] really a big story, but it's like episodic television. Each has its own proximal resolution. The character issues continue through the cut.”
So, yes, James Cameron (who is now 68) seems to have dedicated the rest of his career to this avatar sequels. With that he said recently that he "I'll always mourn some of the stories I can't do." That's a long list of titles. Since the release of avatar In 2009, Cameron was involved in various projects, such as the production of Another terminator Film, production of an adaptation of In the mountains of madness and to direct a biopic about the man who survived the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings. Oh come on, Jimmy, at least give us True lies 2!
Avatar: The Way of Water is receiving numerous accolades this awards season, with two Golden Globe nominations that could lead directly to the Academy Awards' Best Picture and Best Director nominations.
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