James Cameron has been busy trying to re-release his phenomenal piece of art “Titanic” in 3D.In March 2010, he had set a spring 2012 release date, which was later confirmed through Paramount Pictures in May 2011; the studio said the film is set to be re-released on April 6, 2012, which is both the 100th anniversary year of the sailing of the ship and of Paramount Pictures. Alongside,Titanic 3D James Cameron is also trying to complete Avatar 2,the sequel to his biggest hit till date and the world’s highest grossing film of all time AVATAR. Avatar 2 is set to release in 2014 and Avatar 3 to be released sometime in 2015.
About the Avatar sequels,James Cameron said that the sequels wont be just focusing on Pandora but also the oceans of Pandora as well as discovering more about the Na’vi people.
“Well,I’m really writing the second and third films together,so it completes a kinda three film story arc. And we will see the oceans of Pandora…which we haven’t seen at all,and that’s an ecosystem that I’m dying to start designing because it’s going to look spectacular. But now it narrows the spotlight, instead of just nature in general or the rain forest. It focuses it a little more on ocean issues,because we have planet that’s a blue planet.From a distance,you look at it, the earth is a lot more blue than it,you know brown,the land mass. We’re making the oceans unsurvivable for a lot of the species right now. For a lot of reasons. It’s just a way to focus a little energy in that direction. And there will be other planets s well,besides Pandora. It will be cornucopia,a treat for the eyes.” Said the legendary film maker.
The director added that while the sequels would have the same feel as the first movie,there will still be plenty of room for discovery for both audiences and the characters themselves.
“I think it’s just a continuation of the same thing. I want people to feel that same sense of excitement about that world.You know,the fictional Na’vi people and i want them to feel that excitement of discovery of anew world that they’re going to see things that they havent imagined. All that sort of the perk package of the first movie is still going to be there.And themes will be there and be played out in a way that i think people can accept.”
Cameron also addressed the political nature of the first film,and that the Avatar sequels werent going to hit you over the head with an overtly pro-environmental message.
“I am not going to become more strident.I’m not going to say,’Well,we got away with this much environmental content in the first movie,now there’s double.’ Because I think that would be a mistake. It has to be entertainment first and foremost.”
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