James Cameron’s frank assessment of Aquaman is in Avatar.

James Cameron's Scathing View of Aquaman Is From Avatar (1)

A few big-budget movies that are now in production will have underwater scenes. One of those movies is Avatar: The Way of Water, which will transport spectators to a colorful universe when it debuts later this year.

 The Little Mermaid and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, both of which are scheduled to hit theaters over the next two years, will come after it and feature aquatic settings. 

James Cameron's frank assessment of Aquaman is in Avatar.

The last two movies weren’t shot underwater, but the James Cameron-directed blockbuster was. The Oscar-winning director delivered a forthright assessment regarding the fact that they weren’t actually filming underwater because he is aware of it.

The director of Avatar has shown enthusiasm and openness in shooting his film’s underwater scenes in real water. Sam Worthington, the lead actor, has already discussed how challenging it was to film the underwater scenes.

 Since Cameron intended the movie to be as realistic as possible, the performers had to learn how to hold their breath for several minutes. The director spoke candidly with the New York Times and emphasized the significance of having authentic underwater scenes in films like Aquaman and The Little Mermaid for the purpose of authenticity:

James Cameron's frank assessment of Aquaman is in Avatar.

Cameron said 

He made sure his cast was ready for it since he wanted authentic aquatic scenes. His emotions are understandable, in a way. Filming on actual water enables a sense of weightlessness and floating that may be difficult to achieve with 3D effects. And as seen in the climactic scenes of Titanic, the Academy Award-winning director is no stranger to submerging his cast. The underwater technology in the movie is already receiving plaudits, and it should only improve upon the ground-breaking 3D technology of the original picture.

James Cameron's frank assessment of Aquaman is in Avatar.

When Avatar:

 The War of Water opens in theaters on December 16, moviegoers will be treated to some breathtaking underwater special effects. The blockbuster sequel will follow Jake Sully and his family as they protect their country, and for fans of Avatar, the finished product should be “beautiful.” Along with newcomers like Kate Winslet and Michelle Yeoh, it stars Worthington, Zoe Zoe Saldana, and Sigourney Weaver from the original cast. It will be intriguing to see James Cameron’s labor of love come to fruition, particularly with regard to those water sequences.

James Cameron's frank assessment of Aquaman is in Avatar.

How to watch 

With an Amazon Prime Video subscription, you can rent or buy the first Avatar before the movie comes out. To find out what else is coming to theaters before 2022 comes to a close, also look at this year’s schedule of new films.


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