The actors had to work holding their breath, learn how the idea of ​​12-foot-tall people came about

James Cameron’s most anticipated film, Avatar: The Way of Water, has hit theaters. The first part of this movie was released in the year 2009, which raised a lot of money worldwide. After 13 years, the second part of the film has been released, which is being appreciated by critics. Today let us tell you some interesting things related to this movie.

In ‘Avatar’, a fictional world called Pandora is shown where people look very different from humans. Blue people speak the Na’vi language. This language has been invented. In fact, Professor Paul Frommer of the University of Southern California wrote this language for ‘Avatar’.

In this movie, the people on the ship are shown to be bigger than the common man. In fact, James Cameron had recounted in an interview that his mother had once seen a 12-foot-tall woman in her dream, who was blue. Her mother told her son James Cameron about this dream and from there came the idea for the look of the Na’vi species.

In the trailer for ‘Avatar 2’ it was shown that this time the fight between humans and the residents of Pandora takes place in the water. In such a situation, it was not easy for Starcast to shoot in the water. A lot of work has been done to make the water scenes look real. In the Manhattan Beach studio, a large tank with a capacity of 940,000 liters of water was built. The width of this tank was 18 meters and the length 36 meters and its depth was kept at 9 meters so that the actors could easily swim in it.

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James Cameron tells in an interview that the lamplighters, cameramen and actors had to hold their breath to work inside the tank. This was a very challenging job. ‘Avatar 2’ actress Kat Winslet held her breath for 7 minutes and 20 seconds for an underwater scene. In a way, it is a world record in itself.

We tell you that the movie ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ was released on December 16 in languages ​​like Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam in addition to English. The film stars Kate Winslet, Cliff Curtis, Joel David Moore, Michelle Yeoh, Edie Falco, and Jemaine Clement.

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