James Cameron, the director of the latest Hollywood movie Avatar: The Way of Water, claimed that at least 10 minutes of gun violence had been removed. 

Since opening in theatres throughout the world two weeks ago, the new Avatar movie has been grossing enormous sums of money at the box office. 

One of the most expensive motion pictures ever produced is Avatar: The Way of Water. 

According to James, for the movie to be profitable, ticket sales must reach at least $2 billion.  

Recently, he also explained why he had to remove the gun violence from the movie. 

Violence and action are the same thing, depending on how you look at it. 

Cameron added, “The first film has the good guys and the bad guys seemingly equally opposed, and then the good guys get crushed and defeated and many of the heroes die. 

At the international box office, the first Avatar brought in close to $3 billion. In just 14 days, the sequel has surpassed the $1 billion mark globally.  

The best-grossing movie of all time is still the original from 2009, though.  

The indigenous Na’vi humanoids who live on the Pandora moon are threatened by colonisation in the movie, which tells their story.