Avatar: The Way of Water has been one of the most expected films of the year after numerous delays and a recent update confirms that it will all be worth the delay. Titanic director James Cameron is no outsider to movies with gorgeous water visuals. Avatar 2 will be removing an unusually long time after its prototype, but the long story is a good thing, considering Titanic and the first Avatar. Both movies were visually groundbreaking and Cameron took him while developing the unique results of each, with both infringing box-office records. With such a long-awaited sequel, he will likely top his already incredible work once similarly when Avatar: The Way of Water hits theaters.
When the first tease trailer for the film originally dropped, Avatar 2 received backlash for its CGI. However, that has before been confirmed to be a wrongful objection. Much of the film is shot submerged, with the cast partners learning how to hold their drag for extended periods. To do this, Cameron and his crew invented a new kind of underwater mocap technology. Previously, it had been unthinkable to connect underwater pictures with mocap; instead, actors were arrested on wires to mimic floating, with the water digitally counted in later. James Cameron, however, was insistent that the submarine shots actually be underwater to create an understanding that was directly and figuratively more immersive. Knowing Cameron’s declaration upon the embodiment, the post-production CGI will resume being squeezed right up to Avatar: The Way of Water‘s release.
Why avatar 2 will be better than the first part?
While Avatar 2 has lower box office predictions, anticipation and stunning visuals may be more than enough for it to evolve into the next big box office hit. Incredible optical effects are a massive part of why the original Avatar broke as multiple records as it did. Spending 13 years creating a sequel has permitted Cameron, as well as the visual outcomes team and everyone else curious about the movie, to make a film that will certainly be more profitable than the first one from a technology standpoint.