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‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Has Best Thursday Of 2022 With $20M, Will Cross $400M On New Year’s Day - deadline.com
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30.12.2022 / 20:41

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Has Best Thursday Of 2022 With $20M, Will Cross $400M On New Year’s Day

It was another $20M day for James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water, so big that it was the biggest regular box office Thursday of the year after the sequel’s Dec. 22 take of $14.6M and Top Gun: Maverick‘s June 2 gross. The movie’s running total is $358M stateside with a 3-day expected to be around $50M and will cross the $400M threshold on New Year’s Day per box office sources. New Year’s Eve Saturday isn’t expected to be as depressed as Christmas Eve was a week ago.

James Cameron cut 10 minutes of action from Avatar sequel in order to not 'fetishize' gun violence - www.dailymail.co.uk
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30.12.2022 / 07:25

James Cameron cut 10 minutes of action from Avatar sequel in order to not 'fetishize' gun violence

James Cameron's work as a writer and director of such films as Titanic (1997), Avatar (2009), The Abyss (1989), Aliens (1986) and Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991) has left an indelible mark on the moviemaking industry.In most cases his epics are some of the most expensive and longest running films with no shortage of action.While his latest grand adventure Avatar: The Way of Water runs 192 minutes (3 hours and 12 minutes), this go around he actually decided to shorten the runtime, in part, as to not 'fetishize' gun violence. Avoiding gratuitous violence: James Cameron, 68, revealed that he cut out 10 minutes from Avatar: The Way Of Water that he deemed unnecessary in order to 'not fetishize the gun, like I did on a couple of Terminator movies 30+ years ago' 'I actually cut about 10 minutes of the movie targeting gunplay action,' Cameron told Esquire Middle East, as reported by Huff Post. 'I wanted to get rid of some of the ugliness, to find a balance between light and dark.

James Cameron Isn’t Too Concerned If He Makes ‘Avatar’ Movies The Rest Of His Career: “I Can Tell Most Of The Stories I Want” On Pandora - theplaylist.net
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29.12.2022 / 22:27

James Cameron Isn’t Too Concerned If He Makes ‘Avatar’ Movies The Rest Of His Career: “I Can Tell Most Of The Stories I Want” On Pandora

After two weeks in theaters, James Cameron‘s “Avatar: The Way Of Water” passed $1.1 billion at the global box office. A strong start, but will it reach Cameron’s desired gross of matching or surpassing the 2009 film’s 2.923 billion gross? Only time will tell.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Has Best Wednesday Of 2022 With $20.4M – Domestic Box Office - deadline.com
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29.12.2022 / 20:39

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Has Best Wednesday Of 2022 With $20.4M – Domestic Box Office

After earning the highest grossing Tuesday of 2022 with $24.1M, 20th Century Studios/Disney/Lightstorm’s Avatar: The Way of Water also notched the best Wednesday of the year yesterday with $20.4M beating Top Gun: Maverick‘s June 1 take of $14.8M, and Avatar 2‘s first Wednesday of $14.4M. At a running total of $337.9M through 13 days, the James Cameron directed, Jon Landau produced sequel is pacing 1% ahead of Top Gun: Maverick at the same point in time.

James Cameron Doesn’t Think He’d Make ‘Terminator’ Today Due To The Excessive Gun Violence - theplaylist.net
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28.12.2022 / 20:29

James Cameron Doesn’t Think He’d Make ‘Terminator’ Today Due To The Excessive Gun Violence

When you think of a classic James Cameron action film, such as “Terminator,” “T2: Judgment Day,” “True Lies,” and definitely “Aliens,” you think about huge, violent action set pieces with lots and lots of guns. Today, Cameron is a different type of filmmaker, especially when it comes to gun violence, and he’s not sure if he could ever go back to the type of action he did previously.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’: James Cameron Says He Wants His Films To Avoid “‘Stranger Things’ Effect” Of Teens Who “Look Like They’re 27” - theplaylist.net
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22.12.2022 / 22:35

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’: James Cameron Says He Wants His Films To Avoid “‘Stranger Things’ Effect” Of Teens Who “Look Like They’re 27”

It’s no secret that James Cameron wants the world of Pandora in his “Avatar” franchise to look as realistic as possible. But it’s not all about digital verisimilitude for the director; it’s a practical feature in casting, too.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’: Writers Say They Had To Split Sequel Into Two Films Because Of “Too Much Material” - theplaylist.net
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22.12.2022 / 17:57

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’: Writers Say They Had To Split Sequel Into Two Films Because Of “Too Much Material”

“Avatar: The Way Of Water” is now in theaters, and only time will tell if it’s another massive financial success for James Cameron. It’s off to a good start, in any case: $550 million at the global box office so far.

‘Avatar 3’ And ‘Avatar 4’ Scenes Already Shot To Avoid ‘Stranger Things’ Issue, Director James Cameron Reveals - deadline.com
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22.12.2022 / 07:11

‘Avatar 3’ And ‘Avatar 4’ Scenes Already Shot To Avoid ‘Stranger Things’ Issue, Director James Cameron Reveals

As Avatar: The Way of Water continues to blow up worldwide, James Cameron has indicated he’s game-planning far into the future.

‘Avatar 3’ And ‘Avatar 4’ Scenes Already Shot, Director James Cameron Reveals - deadline.com
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22.12.2022 / 05:23

‘Avatar 3’ And ‘Avatar 4’ Scenes Already Shot, Director James Cameron Reveals

As Avatar: The Way of Water continues to blow up worldwide, James Cameron has indicated he’s game-planning far into the future.

‘Terminator’ James Cameron Says He’s Had Discussions About Relaunching The Franchise & Directing It - theplaylist.net
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20.12.2022 / 00:25

‘Terminator’ James Cameron Says He’s Had Discussions About Relaunching The Franchise & Directing It

James Cameron’s epic “Avatar: The Way Of Water” film is in theaters now, and it grossed $430 million this weekend globally—the second-highest global opening of 2022 after “Doctor Strange And The Multiverse of Madness.” There’s been talk that this is a low figure, or disappointing or whatever—to be fair, the film was tracking to anywhere as high as $170 million domestic, and the film only grossed $134 million in North America, which is a bit soft—one has to remember the context of a lot of December releases which tend to have a slow build.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’s $170M+ Promo Push, Led By Mercedes-Benz & More, Rides Sequel’s Opening Wave - deadline.com - Las Vegas - Germany
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19.12.2022 / 22:03

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’s $170M+ Promo Push, Led By Mercedes-Benz & More, Rides Sequel’s Opening Wave

EXCLUSIVE: Buttressing the $441.6M global opening of Avatar: The Way of Water this past weekend –the 11th best ever– is a curated promo partner campaign assembled by Disney; a lineup that reflects the eco-friendly and technologically advanced sensibilities of the James Cameron directed epic.

‘Avatar’: James Cameron Says ‘The Way Of Water’ Female Empowerment Bests MCU And DC Studios - theplaylist.net - county Ripley
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16.12.2022 / 23:35

‘Avatar’: James Cameron Says ‘The Way Of Water’ Female Empowerment Bests MCU And DC Studios

James Cameron likes his female heroines as strong and capable as possible. For instance, take Sigourney Weaver‘s Ellen Ripley in “Aliens” or Linda Hamilton‘s Sarah Connor in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” But according to Cameron, Kate Winslet‘s Ronal in “Avatar: The Way Of Water” is the director’s most “empowering” female action hero yet.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’: James Cameron Wants His New Sequel To Do Female Empowerment Better Than The MCU And DC Studios - theplaylist.net - county Ripley
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16.12.2022 / 18:29

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’: James Cameron Wants His New Sequel To Do Female Empowerment Better Than The MCU And DC Studios

James Cameron likes his female heroines as strong and capable as possible. For instance, take Sigourney Weaver‘s Ellen Ripley in “Aliens” or Linda Hamilton‘s Sarah Connor in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” But according to Cameron, Kate Winslet‘s Ronal in “Avatar: The Way Of Water” is the director’s most “empowering” female action hero yet.

Sam Worthington Says James Cameron Has A Full Script For ‘Avatar 1.5’ & More Details About ‘Avatar 5’ - theplaylist.net
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15.12.2022 / 22:03

Sam Worthington Says James Cameron Has A Full Script For ‘Avatar 1.5’ & More Details About ‘Avatar 5’

As “Avatar: The Way Of Water‘ hits theaters everywhere tomorrow, questions about the long-awaited sequel abound. Will the film be another massive cash cow for Jim Cameron? Does the “Avatar” franchise have any cultural caché after thirteen years between the first and second movies? Will Cameron make all five films he has mapped out for the series? It all hinges on how “The Way Of Water” does at the box office this weekend.

James Cameron Thinks Bringing Back Arnold Schwarzenegger & Linda Hamilton For ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Was A Mistake - theplaylist.net
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14.12.2022 / 20:25

James Cameron Thinks Bringing Back Arnold Schwarzenegger & Linda Hamilton For ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Was A Mistake

When it was announced that Tim Miller and James Cameron were going to team up to wipe the slate clean with the “Terminator” franchise and present the real sequel to “T2,” fans were elated. Finally, we’d be getting a quality “Terminator” film after all of these years.

Avatar: The Way of Water first reviews praise director James Cameron for his dazzling visuals - www.dailymail.co.uk
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14.12.2022 / 08:57

Avatar: The Way of Water first reviews praise director James Cameron for his dazzling visuals

After a number of different premieres all over the world, the reviews are finally in for director James Cameron's Avatar: The Way of Water.The first waves of reviews were published on Tuesday evening, with the film scoring a strong 83% on Rotten Tomatoes, out of the first 133 reviews.Critics from around the world - including Daily Mail's own Brian Viner - heaped praise on Cameron's direction and astonishing visuals, though the story and bloated three-hour-12-minute runtime were points of contention in many reviews.

Film Review: James Cameron’s ‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ - deadline.com
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13.12.2022 / 20:25

Film Review: James Cameron’s ‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’

James Cameron always swings for the fences — no singles, doubles, triples or even stealing home for him — and he’s hit a grand slam with the long-awaited Avatar: The Way of Water. This second installment in a five-film series of Avatar features from 20th Century Studios/Disney (with three more to open at two-year intervals through 2028) more than fulfills the promise of the original, which was released in 2009, before some of its fans were even born. The film is beautiful, obsessive and eventful, a depiction of a veritable Eden threatened by voraciously destructive forces both natural and man-made. No one who enthused over the original would think of missing this follow-up, which ups the ante for all that is to come, creatively and financially.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Star Zoe Saldana Sets Record Straight About Her Feelings Filming Franchises - deadline.com
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13.12.2022 / 06:21

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Star Zoe Saldana Sets Record Straight About Her Feelings Filming Franchises

Zoe Saldana is clarifying her comments regarding feeling “stuck” in movie franchises like Avatar, Guardians of the Galaxy and Star Trek.

James Cameron skips Hollywood premiere of Avatar: The Way Of Water after coming down with Covid-19 - www.dailymail.co.uk - USA - South Korea - Japan - Tokyo - city Seoul, South Korea
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13.12.2022 / 02:59

James Cameron skips Hollywood premiere of Avatar: The Way Of Water after coming down with Covid-19

James Cameron revealed on Monday that he would have to skip his film Avatar: The Way Of Water's Hollywood premiere after getting a positive Covid-19 test result.The 68-year-old filmmaker revealed to Deadline that he had tested positive sometime after returning home from Japan following an Avatar 2 screening in Seoul, South Korea.'I am in LA, just back from Tokyo, and I managed to pick up Covid on the plane, so I’m isolated and can’t go to my own premiere tonight,' Cameron said while speaking with Deadline.The Titanic director joked about all the people he would no longer have a chance to catch up with at Monday's premiere.  Bad timing: James Cameron, 68, will have to miss Avatar: The Way Of Water's Hollywood premiere on Monday after he tested positive for Covid-19; seen December 6 at the London world premiere'The number of people I’ve told over the years, "Ah, we’ll catch up and I’ll see you at the premiere…" Well, I guess not. Man proposes, and God disposes,' he joked.A representative for Disney, which is distributing the film through 20th Century studios, said via a statement: 'James Cameron has Covid, but is feeling fine.

James Cameron Skipping Hollywood ‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Premiere After Testing Positive For Covid - deadline.com
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12.12.2022 / 23:31

James Cameron Skipping Hollywood ‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Premiere After Testing Positive For Covid

The King of the World won’t be at the L.A. premiere tonight for Avatar: The Way of Water after testing positive for Covid.

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