During a virtual press conference attended by Filmfare, Cameron briefed fans on trends in 3D movies and what’s coming soon. Talking about Avatar’s influence on 3D movies, Cameron said: “I would say that 3D has been generally accepted for a while. I mean, Avatar won Best Cinematography with a 3D digital camera. There is no digital camera. Has won the previous Oscar for Best Cinematography. Then for two of the next three years, the Oscar-winning photographer used the same camera. So, three out of four years, digital cinematography was accepted by the Oscars. ”
He added, “For most people, 3D seems to be over. But it’s really not over. It’s just been embraced. Now, when you go to the theater to see a blockbuster, it’s just part of your choice. “He added, “For most people, 3D seems to be over. But it’s really not over. It’s just been embraced. Now, when you go to the theater to see a blockbuster, it’s just part of your choice. “
The director further compared 3D technology to color. “When color first came out, it was a big thing. People used to go to movies because they were in color. And I think in the Avatar era, people went to movies because they were in 3D. No one would go Look at a movie today because it’s 3D. That’s all the other things we choose for a movie. So it has an impact on the way the movie is presented, which is now accepted as part of the zeitgeist and how it is Done. In the long term – term cultural impact, I think we’ll find out if people are going to show up in Avatar 2.”
Ten years after the events of the first film, Avatar: Way of the Water will delve deep into Pandora, where Sullys – Jake, Neytiri and their children navigate family life. From what we’ve seen in the trailer, the characters will face new threats. If you missed it, check out the trailer here:
“Avatar” (2009) will be released on December 16 this year, and the sequel “Avatar: The Way of Water” will be re-released on September 23.