By FactsWow Team
Posted on: 21 Dec, 2022
'Avatar: The Way of Water'' is making a huge profit in the box office and the director James Cameron shares working under pressure on the making of the Avatar sequel.
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In his interview with IANS, James spoke about the pressure he endured while making the movie.
He spoke about how many filmmakers are under pressure and one needs to be unbiased while doing the review, which is never discussed.
Working on a movie for five years, and you got to see that movie with new eyes, remarked James. And called this of the hardest skills to be developed by any director.
In 'Avatar: The Way of Water,' the movie had 3000 VFX shots as; Terminator 2 just had 42 VFX shots and called it high pressure in the making.
Along with this, James had budgetary and deadline pressure and joked about how he ate pressure for breakfast.
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Cameron, who used the Deepsea Challenger submersible to become the first person to make a solo drop to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the deepest portion of the Earth's ocean.
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James Cameron, whose flicks 'Avatar' and 'Titanic' are the highest-grossing and third-highest-grossing movies of all time, even revealed that he shot other Avatar sequels.
The making of the movie was so challenging, and he had an amazing artist with an incredible cast.
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