Director James Cameron said, “You can’t make a movie like Marvel x DC.”
James Cameron (68) of the “Avatar” series criticized the superhero movies of Marvel and DC.
Ahead of the December release of the sequel to “Avatar: The Road to Water,” he said in an interview with the New York Times on the 25th, “Marvel and DC characters act as if they are in college.”
“They have a relationship, but they really don’t. They can’t move forward because of the children’s audience. They are not things that give us strength, love, and purpose. Characters don’t have that experience. That’s not how you make a movie,” he pointed out.
Meanwhile, “Avatar: The Road to Water” drew attention as actors actually went into the water and held their breath.
Cameron said, “If you’re making a western, you’re learning to ride a horse. I knew Sam Washington was a surfer, but Sigourney Weaver and others were not particularly sea-oriented people. So I explained very specifically what would be needed. The world’s best breath-holding experts have convinced them,” he said.
In fact, Kate Winslet held her breath in the water for 7 minutes and 14 seconds to film “Avatar: The Road to Water.”
Meanwhile, “Avatar: The Road to Water” is the second installment of the “Avatar” series, which is scheduled for a total of five episodes. “Avatar” stars Joe Saldana, Sam Washington, Sigourney Weaver and Kate Winslet. 토토사이트 추천