‘Avatar: The Sense of Water’ opens in theaters on December 16.
After more than 10 years, James Cameron finally opens the second part of Avatar in theaters under the title Avatar: The Sense of Water. One of the most anticipated releases of this 2022 and that hopes to repeat the great success at the box office that was with the first installment.
But the series are the order of the day and it is not surprising that the director was asked about the possibility of seeing an Avatar fiction on the small screen. At first, Cameron doesn’t rule it out entirely, but he definitely has a pretty big condition for it.
In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the director of Avatar basically says that it would require the development of better Artificial Intelligence to be able to reproduce the digital quality of Avatar’s cutting-edge CGI effects on the budget of a TV series. And in the estimation that it will come true, Cameron affirms that it could be within about 10 years:
The problem with these CGI-generated characters is that they cost a lot of money and work that doesn’t really work for television. But he comes back in 10 years with a lot of knowledge about it and we look forward to doing it. It is possible that we could make a series, but I’m not interested in this moment If you had doubts about ‘Avatar 2’, the opinion of one of the best directors will take them away from you with a stroke of the pen
Avatar: The Sense of Water is set 10 years after the first battle of Pandora between the Na’vi and humans. Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) is quietly living with his family and his tribe. He and Ney’tiri have started a family and do everything possible to stay together due to marital problems and the roles each must play within the tribe.
However, they must leave their home and enter the sea, ending up making pacts with other Na’vi from those regions to end an ancient threat that has resurfaced. So Jake must once again wage a difficult war against humans.
Avatar 2 will be released in theaters on December 16.