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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by samsnee, Jan 2, 2023.
Both could make an interesting change, visually and tonally.
And there's also Neytiri's whole story-arc of being resentful towards the humans (understandably so) and Spider to a slightly lesser extent. There's some interesting directions Cameron could go with that.
Visiting new worlds is also promising. Will be interesting to see the Na’vi out of their natural habitats and what these other worlds will offer.
I am very much looking forward to seeing new worlds, but I want them to still show jungles and water areas and the creatures from both while doing so if possible. *want to have my cake and eat it in other words.
Oh don’t we all everyone loves cake
But I dunno seeing the Na’vi out of their element and having to adapt could be interesting as well.
Domestic box office update. $6.8m Thursday, 4th highest 3rd Thursday ever behind The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, Incredibles 2 and Jurassic World. Still nicely above Maverick and Avatar 1’s comparable day.
I just mean like in this film being about water, you can still have jungles right next to the water and seeing the previously introduced six-legged land creatures in a couple of shots. Just a minute or 2 even in a 3 hour film would be enough to remind me of the wonder of the wider universe here. And extend that to the new location still briefly reminding us of the greatness of jungles, cloud rocks, oceans etc while introducing the new visuals.
New types of Na’vi will be great to have throughout the rest of the series going forward.
The tease Cameron gave about the Na'vi walking around futuristic Earth has me really interested to see what that'll look like.
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Here's my wild idea: they can make a Na'vi/Human hybrid that's primarily Na'vi. Whose to say they can't make one the other way, an avatar that's mostly human? And where's Jake's human body? Jake having to project himself back into his human body is a fun idea and I like the idea of Zoe Saldana actually getting to be on camera eventually in these.
Jake's human body has got to be long decomposed by now but I suppose if Cameron plays the reversal card and has Na'vi in human avatars down the line they could clone Jake's body for that purpose.
But they did establish that the transfer doesn't kill the body AND they have stasis tanks for Grace's avatar AND they have some form of cryosleep for space travel. There could be a consciousnessless Jake in a tube somewhere.
Though if Jake's body was being preserved that might be something they would've already established.
Very interesting. This thing can keep making megabucks while getting cheaper to make - doing all 5 films seems like a no-brainer.
"plenty of costs sunk into the first film can be repurposed for not just the rest of the sequels but other films for Disney and 20th Century Studios and VFX company Weta Digital"
"Way of Water’ carried with it costs related to both COVID pandemic measures during production and multiple theatrical release delays – expenses that hopefully won’t be so impactful on subsequent installments."
When did they establish that the transfer doesn't kill the body? Neytiri takes off Jake's mask at the end of the first movie during the transfer so there's no way his human body would have survived that. Either way, they didn't save Jake's body. It was buried according to one of the canon tie-in comics.
Good point, I forgot about the mask. That definitely killed his human body.
I realize now, I had this same thought like a month ago, rewatched the first movie, saw the mask thing, and went "never mind." I then promptly forgot all about that. Yay, getting old!
So, in both movies the clans have a spirit tree in a holy site that has a super strong magnetic field. The trees are surrounded by massive rock rings and floating mountains in both movies. And we already know that 3 will introduce the Ash Clan, and they'll surely have a holy site as well, which means...
Well, now I'm gonna be bummed if the climax of the next movie doesn't take place around a space volcano lol
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"And we’ll also go to some places that are very hard to describe. And I’m sure they’re going to be very hard to do. But there’s some amazing imagery that I’m very excited to get to do."
I'm telling you guys, it's floating volcanos!
All for new locations. Pandora is a big place. With Pandora being a moon I wonder will they ever explore the planet it orbits.
If I remember correctly, Polyphemus is a gas giant like Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Uranus, so that means it basically doesn't have a surface to explore.
Also there's more than one moon for Polyphemus.
14 moons according to Avatar Wiki
Polyphemus | Avatar Wiki | Fandom
Interesting about the planet no point exploring that then. But 14 moons? Surely there will be life on at least one of the others.
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