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    Will James Cameron Introduce The “Dark Side” Of Na’vi In ‘Avatar 3’?

    James Cameron has been basking in the success of his film ‘Avatar: The Way of Water.’ The film met with a mostly positive critical response and has been a massive commercial success. Now, the director has been gearing up for the third installment of the franchise.

    In a recent interview, Cameron talked about introducing Na’vi from a different angle in ‘Avatar 3.’ He said that the two films have only shown the good side of the Pandora people. Let’s find out in detail what the director said about these characters.

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    James Cameron Talks About ‘Avatar 3’

    Kate Winslet as Ronal in 'Avatar: The Way of Water'
    Kate Winslet as Ronal in ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’

    Cameron created an entirely new world of Pandora in the ‘Avatar‘ franchise which includes the Na’vi people. In the sequel, we see two different clans, the forest-dwelling Omaticaya and the water-dwelling Metkayina.

    In an interview with 20 Minutes, Cameron said that in ‘Avatar 3‘, he will introduce a third clan of Pandora that will show their darker side. He said it will explore “different cultures from those I have already shown.” “The fire will be represented by the ‘Ash People.’ I want to show the Na’vi from another angle because, so far, I have only shown their good sides,” Cameron said.

    He continued, “In the early films, there are very negative human examples and very positive Na’vi examples. In ‘Avatar 3,’ we will do the opposite. We will also explore new worlds, while continuing the story of the main characters.”

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    Cameron Removed 10 Minutes Of Footage From ‘Way Of Water’

    James Cameron
    James Cameron

    While the film has been a success, people have been complaining about the 3-hour time duration of ‘Avatar: The Way of Water.’ It would have been 10 minutes longer if Cameron hadn’t removed some scenes.

    The director revealed that he removed 10 minutes of footage featuring gun violence in the film. “I actually cut about 10 minutes of the movie targeting gunplay action,” he said.

    “I don’t know if I would want to fetishize the gun, like I did on a couple of ‘Terminator’ movies 30-plus years ago, in our current world“, he said. Cameron said that the situation with the guns in society “turns my stomach.”

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