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James Cameron BLASTED a 20th Century Fox executive who wanted Avatar to be shorter

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While promoting his highly-anticipated Avatar: The Way of Water, director James Cameron is reminiscing about a 20th Century Fox executive he clashed with.The filmmaker had spent years developing his 2009 film Avatar, which would break box office records with $785.2 million domestic and $2.9 billion worldwide.Cameron, 68, revealed in a wide-ranging interview with GQ, the director recalled an unnamed Fox executive 'begged' him to make the 162-minute epic shorter.

Clashed: While promoting his highly-anticipated Avatar: The Way of Water, director James Cameron is reminiscing about a 20th Century Fox executive he clashed with Hit: The filmmaker had spent years developing his 2009 film Avatar, which would break box office records with $785.2 million domestic and $2.9 billion worldwideThe director said this certain executive - 'who will go unnamed, because this is a really negative review' - approached Cameron with a 'stricken cancer-diagnosis expression' after a prerelease screening of the film, apparently 'begging' the filmmaker to shorten the hefty runtime.'I said something I’ve never said to anybody else in the business. "I think this movie is going to make all the f***ing money.

And when it does, it’s going to be too late for you to love the film. The time for you to love the movie is today,"' Cameron began.  '"So I’m not asking you to say something that you don’t feel, but just know that I will always know that no matter how complimentary you are about the movie in the future when it makes all the money"—and that’s exactly what I said, in caps, ALL THE MONEY, not some of the money, ALL the f***ing money,' Cameron continued.

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