James Cameron has officially ended having Avatar hero Jake Sully narrate his films, saying his son Lo’ak will instead take over the role moving forward.
As I mentioned av clubCameron said Soundtrack with Edith Bowman podcast that wanted to put Lo’ak’ front and center due to positive fan response to Avatar: The Way of the Water.
“I’ll take a moment when the dust settles to assess what people liked and responded to the most in this current version, and then I might go back and fix a bit,” Cameron said. “We might go back and do a few moments here and there. It won’t be drastic, but Maybe you can adjust it a bit to emphasize what people are responding to.
He continued, “Luak really came across as a character that people went with.” “I might find ways to… It’s the narrator already. I’m giving something away here, but that’s okay. I think it might be interesting for people to think about what’s going to happen.”
Cameron has somewhat roped himself into making three more Avatar films as the long-awaited sequel has dominated the box office since its Dec. 16 premiere.
“I’m going to do these other sequels,” Cameron said earlier in January. “I know what I’m going to do in the next six or seven years. The point is we’re going to be fine.”
In our 8/10 review of the sequel, IGN said: “Avatar: The Way of Water is a definite improvement over its predecessor, and while its story doesn’t break new ground, its stunning visuals make for an irresistible return to Pandora.”
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