James Cameron is Avatar Movies differ from superhero stories in one important way. We spoke with B TV about the importance of one villain throughout the story so far. Yes, the Infinity saga he brought together Marvel’s heroes against one big threat. Also, there are other examples on the recurring villains page. But most movie encounters with bad guys only have one installment. Cameron’s commitment to using Miles Quaritch and keeping him bucks this trend. The director jokes that the villain has to evolve over time for the viewer. (Interestingly, Jonathan Majors’ Kang the Conqueror is part of column A and part of column B.) Check out the rest of his comment below!
“It’s not like a superhero story where every movie has a new villain. Same guy, right? Same enemy throughout. Extra allies.”
Avatar sequels are coming one after another
One of the reasons this franchise is so similar to superhero movies is that it has numerous sequels. In a chat with Chris Wallace of CNN and HBO Max, the filmmaker said: road of water It could at least break even and make $2 billion. That means more work for your team.
“With the momentum the movie has right now, it actually looks like it’s going to go through breakeven easily in the next few days, so I can’t seem to get out of this. These are the other sequels,” Cameron revealed. is in the cans we’ve already captured, and we’ve shot the whole movie… And both Avatar 4 and 5 are written, and some of the four are in the cans. I think you can see that I think I started the franchise in .
A journalist asked him if he was sad that other projects were likely to stop being made because of his infatuation. Avatar material. “It’s not that bad. I mean, I understand this business, I understand its quirks and variables, and I know that old expression you know.” Instead of waiting for what will happen, I believe in making a positive plan and accepting when it doesn’t work out.
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