The first trailer for Avatar: The Sense of Water, released for the first time before the screening of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and finally published on the internet, left many people indifferent.
The first installment of Avatar It hit theaters in 2009, and from that moment James Cameron promised that there would be several sequels… But those sequels were taking too long to arriveSo much so that when they finally arrive, people are skeptical and have lost hope.
James Cameron isn’t afraid of Avatar trolls
“The trolls will say nobody gives a shit and that they can’t remember the names of the characters or a damn thing that happened in the movie, “he explained. James Cameron in the latest issue of Empire magazine devoted to the sequel to Avatar.
However, the director stated that when they saw the film again they would retract their words: “so I’m not worried about that”. In the same way that don’t fear the opinions of trolls that populate the network, James Cameron is also not worried about the reaction of the public before the duration of the next installment of Avatar.
“I don’t want anyone to complain about the length when they sit and do marathons [de series] for eight hours. I can almost write that part of the review: ‘The agonizingly long three-hour movie…’ Give me a fucking break. I’ve seen my kids sit down and watch five hour-long episodes in a row,” James Cameron complained.
Will Avatar: The sense of water manage to make the audience fall in love again as Avatar (2009) did in its day? doInterest in 3D will return now that it is practically forgotten in the world of cinema? doWill the new motion capture technology be revolutionary enough? underwater for Avatar 2? We will have to wait for its premiere this Christmas to find out.