James Cameron may not direct the fourth and fifth Avatar Movies, assuming those movies are made at all. Cameron returns to directing Avatar: The Path of Water And compared the making of its untitled sequel and Avatar sequel to an adaptation of The Lord of the Rings, but without the source material. talking to EmpireCameron admits that he thinks of how long these films can take to make. In the past, Cameron delegated projects, such as when he gave Alita: Battle Angel to Robert Rodriguez. option to do the same with Avatar 4 And 5 Remains on the table, at least for now.
“Avatar movies are all-consuming in their own right,” Cameron says. “I have a few other things that I’m developing that are exciting. I think eventually over time — I don’t know if it’s after three or four — I want to pass the baton to a director that I’m going to give me.” Trust to take, so I can do some other things I’m also interested in. Or maybe not. I don’t know.”
But the Avatar movies remain private to Cameron. He tells the magazine that he has many of his own ideas in the science-fiction universe and story.
“Whatever I have to say about family, about sustainability, about climate, about the natural world, about subjects that are important to me in real life and in my cinematic life, I can say on this canvas I am,” Cameron says. “I got more excited as I went along. Movie four is a corker. It’s a bastard. I really hope I can make it. But it depends on market forces. Three is in the can.” So it’s coming out without any. I really hope we get to make four and five because it’s a big story, eventually.”
Cameron has talked about those “market forces” before. They will ultimately determine the fate of the Avatar series.
“The big issue is: are we going to make any money?” Cameron told Entertainment Weekly in December 2021. “Big, expensive movies have got to make a lot of money. We’re in a new world, post-Covid, post-streaming. Maybe they [box office] The number will never be seen again. Who knows? It’s all a big roll of the dice.”
Avatar: The Path of Water Opens in theaters on December 16. the original AvatarThe film, which remains the highest-grossing film of all time at the box office, will hit the theaters on September 23.
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