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Avatar 2: James Cameron cut 10 minutes of violent scenes; understand!

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Released on December 15, 2022, Avatar: The Path of Water remains firm as one of the biggest cinematic releases of recent times. The sequel to Avatar arrived 13 years after the release of the first film and has yielded great box office numbers, in addition to praise from critics and fans of the saga idealized by director James Cameron.

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However, not everything that was initially thought of for Avatar 2 made it to the final cut of the film. During an interview with Esquire Middle East, for example, Cameron revealed that, in recent years, he has been rethinking the use of weapons in his productions.. For him, there is a “fetish for firearms” that no longer makes sense in the modern world and, consequently, about 10 minutes with violent scenes involving weapons were removed from The Way of the Water.

Avatar 2 has already crossed the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office and is on course to become one of the biggest releases of recent times.Source: 20th Century Studios

He said that this “fetish” can be dangerous and problematic, especially given the current police context, easy access to guns in the United States and the increase in mass shootings around the world.

“I look back on some films I’ve done, and I don’t know if I would want to do those films now. I don’t know if I would want to fetishize guns like I did in some Terminator films 30 years ago. , in today’s world. What’s happening with guns in our society turns my stomach,” said the seasoned filmmaker.

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He followed: “actually, I cut 10 minutes of the film that were focused on gun action scenes. I wanted to get rid of some of the ugliness to find a balance between light and dark. You have to have conflicts, of course. Violence and action are the same thing, depending on how you look at it. That’s every filmmaker’s dilemma, and I’m known for being an action director,” he concluded.

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