Even if his work on Titanic could have given him clout in Hollywood, directing Avatar, relying mainly on 3-D technology that viewers haven’t yet wholly accepted, might have easily backfired. Of course, it didn’t, and Cameron ended up with two box office behemoths.
Even before filmmaker James Cameron’s ill-fated crossing of the Atlantic, thoughts for a possible sequel were already rattling around in the director’s brain. Along with what to do with all the incoming funds. It took 20th Century Fox four years to greenlight Avatar 2, and Avatar 2 has been in development for 12 years. In partly because of a four-year scripting period and technological advancements necessary for Cameron’s watery vision for Pandora.
The first publicly revealing plans for four Avatar sequels were made in 2016. When Cameron referred to a hypothetical Avatar 3 in an interview. Avatar has a significant risk element. Because of the radically different movie industry. And the world we live in today. While Avatar 2 is expected to dominate the box office once more. The actual leap of faith occurs in Avatar 3, Avatar 4, and Avatar 5.
The reasons Avatar 2 is likely to be a box office hit
Even though it took James Cameron 13 years, the film’s 2009 premiere has been blown away by the passage of time. Younger viewers of Avatar 2 won’t have been born yet when the first movie reached theaters. Whereas those who used 3-D glasses to marvel at Pandora as a child will be grownups now. There are other hurdles Avatar 2 must clear. Such as waning support from critics and director James.
In terms of 2009 post-release excitement, Avatar 2 makes up for pure suspense. There’s no rush to take them next, but many moviegoers remain curious about what an Avatar movie will look like in 2022. Having spent so long in development and with Cameron supplying cutting-edge underwater filmmaking equipment, there is a palpable sense that Avatar 2 may revolutionize the industry once more.
Because of the rarity of seeing films of all time, Avatar 2 can become one of the most popular films of all time at the box office. Even if it’s not quite as popular as in 2009, it’s still a substantial, studio-friendly profit.
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