in an interview with new york times, Avatar series director James Cameron We’ve had another shot at a superhero movie, the current box office superstar.
Cameron said, “When you look at these big, epic movies — you, Marvel, DC — it doesn’t matter how old the characters are, they all act like college students.
“They have relationships, but they really don’t. They never spur their children on. What is it that really sustains us and gives us strength, love and purpose? Those characters haven’t been through that, I don’t think that’s the way to make a movie.”
Cameron may have forgotten it Avengers: Endgame saw Robert Downey Jr.Tony Stark struggles with his love for his daughter and his ability to save the world. As such, he initially turned down Captain America for a dangerous rematch with Thanos.
Anyway, this isn’t the first time Cameron has shot a superhero movie. Avatar film to godfather — Cameron complained to IndieWire in 2018.
He said, “It’s not that I don’t like movies. It’s just that, folks, a family can do two hours of death-defying, without destroying a city in the process, and there’s nothing else to talk about other than hyper-genital men.” It means that there is a story of
Sequel to Avatar, Avatar: Path of Water, jumps into theaters Dec. 16 from 20th Century Studios. The studio is owned by ABC News’ parent company, Disney, which also owns Marvel Studios.
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