Why It Took 13 Years to Release Avatar: The Way of Water

Why It Took 13 Years to Release Avatar: The Way of Water

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“Good things take time, I think, and Jim understands that,” Worthington informed E! News’ Francesca Amiker ahead of the movie’sDec 16 release, as he and Salda ña concurred, just, that Cameron was the factor they had no qualms about devoting to what’s been a decade-plus-long legend. “This was his labor of love.”

“But,” included the Australian- raised star, whose paraplegic ex-Marine Jake Sully chose at the end of Avatar that he ‘d rather defend the Na’vi way of living together with love Neytiri (Salda ña), “we didn’t take the 10 years off, or the 13 years off. It had to do with 2013 when [Cameron] stated to us, ‘I understand how to extend this story and extend this household, and inform an excellent legend.”

At that time, Salda ña kept in mind, “it had only been three years since we had released the movie.”

Worthington included, “We were excited about the potential of what he was telling us.”

“And here’s the beautiful thing,” Salda ña continued, “if there’s anybody who has total and utter regard for audiences and fans, it’s JamesCameron Yes, he might’ve made the most of the momentum of Avatar 1 and took out a formulaic Avatar 2— and after that it would have lost its pureness, the essence of what made it so unique. So, advantages do require time. He did need to take a break and go live his life. He did more explorations, he hung around with his household that are his ride-or-die– specifically Suzy– that constantly have his back and are truly holding down the fort.”