He originally said he was going to film at 60fps (unlike Hobbits 48fps), but Im not sure if hed still do that after what happened with The Hobbit. Of course, a big problem with The Hobbit was it had no preproduction, which means everything was rushed, and the 48fps really highlighted all of the little flaws. These Avatar movies have been pre-produced to hell and back, so if he had been prepping for it I think Cameron could do an amazing high-framerate movie.
Funny enough I watched Avatar last week as I am going to Disney world and was trying to figure out if I should go to the Pandora stuff they built.
Really there is some great visuals in the movie, but it is a bit lacking I will watch them I suppose but it did not come off as timeless.
GAF is never been known for making great predictions. Say what you want but James Cameron is one of the best directos of all time. Avatar was so long ago that a new one will make a big impact I bet it will break records in China. Will see in 2020.
I have said it multiple times in the box office threads, but I want to see how Cameron responds after Fury Road.
George Miller was an influence on Cameron, and to have Miller come along and shame just about every other action film in existence with Fury Road might have lit a fire under Cameron's ass. I like thinking that Cameron is like, "Oh, you want to go there, huh? I will show you. I will show them all!"
I'm looking forward to them, yeah. I really enjoyed Avatar as an action/adventure movie and for the visuals/worldbuilding. The story of the first film was nothing exceptional but I don't think it's garbage-tier either. Wasn't thrilled by Cameron's recents comments about the villain(s) for the four sequels, but I'm curious to see how it works in execution.