As the world awaits the December premiere of Avatar: The Way Of Water, (*5*)’s sequel to the highest-grossing film ever, comes phrase that Cameron might not direct the later two deliberate movies within the collection himself.
“The Avatar movies themselves are type of all-consuming,” Cameron (*4*) in an interview. “I’ve bought another issues I’m growing as nicely which can be thrilling. I believe ultimately over time – I don’t know if that’s after three or after 4 – I’ll wish to go the baton to a director that I belief to take over, so I can go do another stuff that I’m additionally enthusiastic about. Or possibly not. I don’t know.”
His enthusiasm is powerful, nevertheless for the upcoming movies.
“Everything I must say about household, about sustainability, about local weather, concerning the pure world, the themes which can be essential to me in actual life and in my cinematic life, I can say on this canvas,” Cameron stated. “I bought extra excited as I went alongside. Movie 4 is a corker. It’s a motherfucker. I truly hope I get to make it. But it will depend on market forces. Three is within the can so it’s popping out regardless. I actually hope that we get to make 4 and 5 as a result of it’s one large story, in the end.”
Cameron beforehand tapped Robert Rodriguez to helm Alita: Battle Angel, a movie he had lengthy deliberate to adapt for the display and that followers of the graphic novel it was primarily based on, had hoped he would direct. Cameron was too busy with the Avatar movies on the time, however remained on board as govt producer and co-writer.
Avatar: The Way Of Water is about greater than a decade after the occasions of the primary movie. It follows the Sully household (Jake, Neytiri, and their youngsters), the difficulty that follows them, the lengths they go to maintain one another secure, the battles they struggle to remain alive, and the tragedies they endure.
The sequel additionally stars Sigourney Weaver, Kate Winslet, Michelle Yeoh, Edie Falco, Stephen Lang, Giovanni Ribisi, Oona Chaplin, Jermaine Clement, amongst others.
Avatar: The Way of Water hits theaters globally on December 16, 2022.