James Cameron Reveals He’s Shocked By How Good The Avatar Sequels Look

James Cameron has revealed that he’s very pleased with how good the Avatar sequels look so far, so hopefully, we’ll see something soon.

What’s going on with these Avatar movies?

It seems like we’ve been waiting for Avatar 2 for years.

In reality, it’s been over a decade since the first Avatar movie was released in cinemas.

James Cameron’s movie was released back in 2009 and it blew audiences and the box office away.

The movie was the highest-grossing film of all time and stayed in that position until very recently.

Avengers: Endgame eventually managed to topple Cameron’s movie from that top spot.

However, it took a while for Avatar to be dethroned.

Anyway, Cameron was chatting to The Toronto Sun about his Avatar prequels and he revealed that he’s really happy and shocked by how good they look.

James Cameron seems pretty pleased with how good the Avatar sequels look

The budget for the upcoming Avatar sequels have been revealed

The budget for the upcoming Avatar sequels have been revealed – Credit: Disney

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Here’s what James Cameron had to say about his Avatar sequels:

I deal with images in that world every single day and there are some days when I look at those images and say, ‘This is really amazing.’ I’m not patting myself on the back with that comment.

It’s a distillation of some of the best designers in the world and a great cast. But if you’ve got the script right and the design right and you have a great cast, then it’s just an iterative process to get the whole thing shot and assembled.

Sounds like these Avatar movies are going to look insanely good.

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Are you looking forward to seeing these Avatar sequels?

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