James Cameron was afraid to release ‘Avatar 2’ after 13 years, he himself told the reason

The sequel to the popular Hollywood movie Avatar ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ has been released. Director James Cameron has brought ‘Avatar 2’ after a long gap of 13 years. The movie got a great response in advance booking. Thousands of people across the country have already made plans to see this movie on the weekends by purchasing tickets. Although James Cameron was initially worried about his release, he now says that he is not worried about anything.

There is a 13-year gap between ‘Avatar’ and ‘Avatar 2’. During an interview with Indian Express, when James Cameron was asked if he would come up with a sequel after so long, he was worried about its release, saying, “Yes, there was a bit of concern.” I didn’t instinctively feel that way, but it was always a possibility. We released the first trailer in May and it got 148 million views in 24 hours. I’m not worried about anything now.

James Cameron further said: “I’m just worried that the market has shrunk due to the epidemic and transmission.” Although it is slowly getting back to normal, we can also be profitable in this changing market. Well, this will be known in the next time.

Apart from English, the movie ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ will be released nationwide on December 16, 2022, in languages ​​like Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam. On this occasion in the film, there will be an underwater fight between humans and the inhabitants of Pandora, as has been made clear in the trailer. ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ has reportedly been built for $250 million. Its previous part grossed 2.9 billion dollars worldwide, which is still recorded on the pages of history.

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