James Cameron talked about “Avatar” with The Hollywood Reporter this week and revealed some key facts about the much anticipated sci-fi epic.
Most important is that he doesn’t plan to go the way of George Lucas – “You have to make a good film that would be a good film under any circumstances. You have to put the narrative first. The reality is no matter how many (3-D) screens we get, you are still going to have a large number of people — possibly the majority of people — who see the film in a 2-D environment.”
Cameron claims “Avatar” will be about 60% CG-animated/40% live-action, with a lot of visual effects throughout and is “the most challenging film I’ve ever made”.
The full interview can be found here.