Director James Cameron, has now made over $1.5 billion – and finally “break even” – with him Avatar: Water Road At the international box office, it is now stuck in completion Avatar 3, which is a movie he actually shot. He may also be forced to do so Avatar 4 And 5 also! He speaks with interviewer Chris Wallace on this week’s episode of Who is talking to Chris Wallace? (Answer: James Cameron), the director lamented, “Looks like I can’t wiggle out of this; I’m going to have to do these other sequels.”
This isn’t a surprise, given that Cameron and Disney have planned a total of four Avatar sequels. But Cameron, in the run-up water wayIts release, as its franchise has been called, “absolutely ridiculous [expensive]And he gave himself out, saying that if a sequel to a 13-year-old movie can’t find an audience, this five-film saga could instead be wrapped up in three.
Speaking to Wallace, Cameron said this week, “It looks like with the momentum the movie is having right now, we could easily break even in the next few days, in fact, so it looks like I can’t wiggle out of this; I’ll be doing these other sequels.” So. I kind of know what I’m going to do in the next six or seven years.”
Cameron also indicated that his comments about Avatar: Water RoadThe break-even point has been mischaracterised, and that a film doesn’t necessarily need to pass $2 billion at the global box office to turn a profit. “Just to clarify, I didn’t actually give him a number,” he said. “I said it had to be among the top handful of highest-grossing films in history, and someone else applied that number and it caught on. The number is actually lower.” (He also declined to share the actual number.)
The point is, Cameron said, “we’re going to be OK.”
“I’m sure we’ll have a discussion soon with senior figures at Disney about the game plan going forward Avatar 3And it’s already in the box,” Cameron said. “We’ve already shot and shot the whole movie, so we’re in extended post-production.” […] To do all this CG magic. and then Avatar 4 And 5 Both are written. We even have some 4 in the can. […] We can safely say we’ve begun a story that can now run on multiple films.”
Avatar 3 – which may be titled Avatar: Seedbearer – is set to hit theaters December 20, 2024. The third film in Jake Sully’s big blue adventure will introduce movie fans to the fiery side of the Na’vi: “Ash People”. Cameron told French outlet 20 Minutes, via Total Film, that he wanted to show the Na’vi from another angle “because, for now, I’m just showing their good sides”.
Cameron noted that the “final parts” of his Avatar story would be the best: “The other parts were an introduction, a way to set the table before a meal is served.” I hope you are hungry!
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