James Cameron has revealed a few details about the “Avatar” sequel coming in 2020.
We last saw Jake Sully at the end of “Avatar” leaving his earthly body to start a family with Neytiri. Cameron hinted in a new “Empire” interview that their relationship will have moved considerably forward when we see them again. He adds that Jake and Neytiri are still together and they even have an 8-year-old daughter.
Cameron says, “There’s a three-page argument scene between Jake and Neytiri, a marital dispute, very, very critical to the storyline. I wound up shooting it all from the point of view of the eight-year-old hiding under the structure and peeking in.” He adds that Jake faces an emotional rollercoaster in the coming installments.
James Cameron also confirmed that the performance-capture elements have wrapped, but the live-action scenes are still underway. He states, “[Performance-capture] is the vast majority of the characters, and that is the vast majority of the running time of the film, but that pesky little live-action component is going to cost me five months of my life, across the two movies.”
What are your predictions for the new film? Will it be just as good as the first “Avatar”?
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