How James Cameron's Avatar sequel is changing the film industry. Subscribe: 🤍bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant James Cameron is back at it again, creating groundbreaking tech for Avatar 2 that could change the film industry forever! Everytime that Cameron releases a new film, it also has to have some new innovation that blows our mind. This time around, there’s a whole bunch more stuff that we didn’t even think was possible before it was announced! Producer Jon Landau has done us all a favour by leaking several photos and screenshots behind the scenes, showing us some of the incredible new 3D renders and underwater motion capture tech that will make this new groundbreaking vision possible. We’ll dissect how the tech works, what advancements have been made and how far into production Avatar 2, 3, 4 and 5 currently are. From what Cameron has achieved for CG and film, to what he’s currently up to in New Zealand with WETA Digital, we dive into what’s possible and what it could mean for the film industry as a whole! With our next visit to Pandora delayed due to Covid-19, it’ll be sometime before we see our favourite blue CGI aliens, Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana). But we can still geek out over how awesome the tech is and what it could do to take the stories we tell in film to new depths! Check out the Behind The Screen Podcast - By Screen Rant on Spotify! 🤍open.spotify.com/show/6sMJkP1E4N7kPYL5v9OW3v Our Social Media: 🤍twitter.com/screenrant 🤍🤍facebook.com/ScreenRant 🤍🤍linkedin.com/company/screen-rant/ Our Website: 🤍screenrant.com/ Written by: Callum Janes Narrated by: Callum Janes Edited by: Dylan McLeod For copyright matters please contact us at: legal🤍valnetinc.com
Haters think they’re edgy when they’re following a trend. Imagine having that mindset 🤭
we are witnessing the birth of the new star wars
CmSc_EIqyQI&t=1m50s 1:50 "Remember the 3D movie craze"
Avatar was not made for 3D... 3D was made for Avatar
Is the movie theater market still big enough to finance back such an expensive movie? Times changed since 2009
People who are hating on the 'AVATAR' franchise are absolute fools. The superhero stuff is getting oversaturated, and the multiverse concept is already overused. A lot of people wanted something new and fresh. So why not 'AVATAR'?
If people gave superhero movies a chance, along with the sci-fi 'DUNE', they should definitely give this one a chance, as well. 'AVATAR' and 'DUNE' are the new frontiers of worldbuilding.
one of the best fiction movies of all time...
CmSc_EIqyQI&t=0m48s 0:48 lmao wtf
I am not a homosexual
Your childish moments/rants and exaggerated, fake-emotional sound of your voice needs to go. Play the role of the adult. Oh, I bet you smile with your mouth open, i.e., like a soi boi.
Man if they really change this I really really hope to see someone finally make a bioshock movie.
Avatar 2 will be a Flop, nothing more and nothing less
So as projects go, I have thrown down the gauntlet, to every "Film Producer" so that there is no discrimination, in order for it to be on a level playing field. As now the rest is up to you.
I write poetry, short stories etc. When it comes to imagination that is my forte and as one knows you always play to your strengths. So in years to come when someone interviews me during my bout of recovering from N.F.D. a year later. I will just say that I had a little time on my hands and this is what I wanted to leave as a legacy to the world. 👍🤠
So without further ado, let me plant the seed, and then step back to watch it grow. This moment may well feel like "Jack and the Beanstalk" and could literally happen as quickly as over night. Imagine for a second I toss three seeds into the garden. The first one, I unoriginally call it "Genesis" but it's like nothing we've ever seen before, which probably would appeal to James Cameron, if he wanted a well deserved distraction from "Avatar 3" goes even further than 2, naturally!
All the "Top Film Producers" will get a fair crack of the whip, but for those who have deep pockets, and can see the opportunity of creating a "Multi Billion Dollar" Box Office hit. A real game changer and I'm talking of at least 3 Billion $. Which is unheard of right now. The second seed, would be "Alice" who I have enjoyed in creating and "She" puts all the marvels superheroes back in their boxes and back on the shelf. It's always good to have a little competition, and a fresh take on everything.
The 3 seed I have in the palm of my hand is the usually outsider, and you always need a couple of those spare. Powerful documentary films that become legendary by themselves for tackling those really hot potatoes, that everyone simply wants to walk away from and never take a peak. "Nikola Tesla" has earned this status a billion times over, and perhaps it will allow history to correct a wrong that it made in the past. The other outside horse would be "Edgar Cayce". Perhaps the least known about person, with the most supernatural of gifts exploited by the few.
James Cameron Camera on motion pictures production systems CG animation facial expression to capture 2005 working around the world other sequences Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 some new technologies filming seans under water want to hold breathe for long time under water all containing in one set how body's look under water Aqua man, Lion what's more natural 3D movie experience Due to Pandemic sequences are getting delayed to December 2022 post production.
My favorites movies of all time : 1986 Aliens 2 and 2009 Avatar, and guess what, those were all James Cameron's movies and both starring by Sigourney Weaver, so if both of them shows in a movie it's definitely going to be HUGE!!
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i achly in injoyed 3d ksi but for some moives not all