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Cameron, whose filmmaking has always been notable for its technological innovations, explained it simply: “I basically sat down and put everything in this that I ever wanted to see in a movie – and that’s why it’s such a grab-bag of visual concepts.” With a cup of coffee in hand and looking relaxed and in a pair of jeans and casual shirt, he was talking in his private projection room after screening 30 minutes of Avatar to a small invited group.
It is impossible not to be fascinated and enthralled by his action-filled 3D vision of adventure and battles in an iridescent jungle on an alien planet, where hideous, dragon-like creatures appear to leap off the screen, flora and fauna wave in the air and a heroic avatar does battle with a pterodactyl-like beast before subduing it and soaring off on its back.
He agrees to travel to Pandora, an Earthlike-planet with a lush rainforest environment, trees a thousand feet tall, floating mountains and an abundance of life forms, some beautiful and some terrifying.
There he becomes an avatar, a human-hybrid who falls in love with a Na’vi, a young native woman who is 10ft tall, blue-skinned and played by Zoe Saldana, from Star Trek.
That person must teach him something and there has to be a greater reason for him to be in love with her other than she’s a hot blue alien chick.” The Canadian-born Cameron and his staff have been experimenting for years with seamlessly blending live action footage with computer-generated techniques, including motion-capture CG that can record an actor’s facial expressions and a virtual camera system that allows Cameron to see in real time the way his actor-based CG characters interact with their virtual worlds.
“It’s fine to say, 'Hey, we did all this unprecedented stuff’, but you have to be willing to go through the painful steps of creating those things and going from an idea to a prototype to a production-ready toolset in a very, very rapid timeframe,” he said.
“I honestly don’t know how I feel about a sequel right now.
One room is filled with models of creatures he and his staff created for Avatar – the Leonopteryx, the Stingbat, the Direhorse, the Sturmbeest, the Hellfire Wasp and many others that didn’t make it into the movie.How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.By his own account it was not an easy or pleasurable film to make, but it went on to receive 14 Oscar nominations, winning 11 including best picture and best director.As Avatar’s star, Cameron chose the up-and-coming Australian actor Sam Worthington as Jake Sully, an ex Marine who has been wounded and paralysed from the waist down.