James Cameron claims that before Avatar’s release, he clashed studio executives
James Cameron, the director of the 2009 box office sensation Avatar, admitted that he and studio officials clashed over certain things during the making of the picture.
The making of James Cameron’s grand adventure blockbuster, the highest-grossing movie of all time, wasn’t easy, the director told The New York Times.
Without naming specific studio members, Cameron claimed that executives believed the epic movie should be shorter and that actors were flying around on banshee-like monsters too much.
Cameron told the publication “Thats a place where I just drew a line in the sand and said, You know what? I made “Titanic.”
This building that were meeting in right now, this new half-billion dollar complex on your lot? “Titanic” paid for that, so I get to do this.”
The sequel to Avatar, Avatar: The Way of Water, is set to be released on December 16, 2022.