Avatar director James Cameron says the next sequel will explore the “negative side” of the Na’vi while talking about plans to bring “different cultures” into the film.
They are known as the peaceful inhabitants of Pandora.
But director James Cameron is preparing to show a different side of Na’vi society in the next Avatar sequel.
Talk to the French port 20 minutesCameron, 68, described his intentions of introducing new communities to the franchise and showcasing the darker side of the Na’vi.
‘I want to show the Na’vi from another angle’: Director James Cameron prepares to show a different side of Na’vi society in next Avatar sequel
According to Cameron, the next film will show “different cultures than the ones I’ve already shown,” Cameron told the outlet. Total movie.
The fire will be represented by the “people of ashes”. I want to show the Na’vi from another angle because, so far, I’ve only shown their good sides,” he explained.
In the early films, there are very negative human examples and very positive Na’vi examples. We’ll do the opposite, Cameron said in Avatar 3.
“We will explore new worlds, while continuing the story of the main characters,” he said. I can say the last parts will be the best. Others were an introduction, a way of setting the table before a meal was served.
Speaking with French outlet 20 Minutes, Cameron described his intentions to introduce new communities to the franchise and showcase the darker side of the Na’vi.
The next sequel, Avatar 3, will hit theaters on December 20, 2024.
Avatar: The Way of Water continued to dominate the box office this past weekend, according to final date.
The film grossed $186.7 million from 52 international markets over the weekend. Its performance over the weekend brought the total to $1.379 billion worldwide.
Out of this world! Avatar: The Way of Water continued to dominate the box office this past weekend, according to Deadline
The long-awaited Avatar sequel has officially overtaken Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 to take the 15th spot on the all-time list.
The film made a huge jump in China over the weekend with a 42% jump over the previous weekend.
The film’s three biggest foreign markets are: China with $152.8 million, France with $95.1 million, and $74.9 million in South Korea.
While Avatar: The Way of Water is the biggest movie of the season, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish has done quite well in the two weeks since its Christmas release.
Hit the box office! The film grossed $186.7 million from 52 international markets over the weekend. Its performance over the weekend brought the total to $1.379 billion worldwide
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