James Cameron talks about plans for the sixth and seventh “Avatar”

James Cameron says he has ideas for the sixth and seventh "Avatar" films. If production starts, Cameron will hand over everything to his successor. A real conversation about the start of work can only begin after the results of the second part. The $250 million film will tell the same soldier Jake Sully, the hero of the original.

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James Cameron, who has directed a number of films and won numerous awards, recently discussed his plans for a sixth and seventh Avatar film in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. It is important to keep in mind that the first part was released at the end of 2009 and that the second part will be released in December 2022. The marketing campaign for the second part is currently in full force.

It is not needless to point at this juncture that the esteemed director of the classic Terminator trilogy is 68 years old at the moment. Since he is well aware of this truth himself, he has already conceded that it is highly unlikely that he will be the director of the sixth and seventh films in the series. In the event that production does begin, Cameron will turn everything over to his successor.

In addition, a genuine discussion on the beginning of the job can’t commence until the outcomes of the renting of the second part have been determined. If it is not successful at the box office, then there is a possibility that the franchise as a whole will be cancelled. In discussion with the media, the film’s director highlighted that even in the most catastrophic of outcomes, audiences would be able to view the third and final instalment. However, if it is unsuccessful, the fourth one can be disregarded.

The author of the renowned novel Titanic recently spoke with The Hollywood Reporter and discussed his transition to working with Disney following his departure from 20th Century Fox. According to him, the transition was painless, and he did not face any difficulties with finance. Cameron will find himself in a difficult position, however, if the profits from the second instalment of “Avatar” do not meet the projections made by the film firm.

Keep in mind that the premiere of the highly anticipated movie “Avatar: The Way of Water” will take place on December 16th. The film, with a budget of $250 million, will recount the tale of the same soldier, Jake Sully, who was the hero of the first film. After taking an avatar, Jake becomes the leader of the Na’vi people and accepts the responsibility of protecting his new comrades from mercenary businesspeople from Earth.

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