James Cameron is tired of films about superheroes...
The visionary director James Cameron is promoting the documentary dedicated to him the AMC Visionaries: James Cameron's Story Of the Science Fiction of ranging far and wide on his future projects and, more in general, not skimping considerations on the modern cinema.
Already protagonist of a number of declarations against the current against Wonder Woman, the director has once again expressed “versus” film about superheroes:
I hope that we will soon arrive at saturation point with the Avengers [...] Not that I do not appreciate that kind of film but there are other stories to tell over two hours of men without family loads of testosterone who do stunts and destroying the city [...]
Articulating his thought:
The market has forced the genre [science fiction] to be of type “the escapist” where there is no need for example to explain how you fly a spaceship and [...] The science fiction is certainly a genre-commercial and non-dramatic, but we must not think of it as anti-humanist. We are technological beings, the only species truly sentient on the planet, and today, as never before, we strive on a daily basis with some of the dilemmas posed by science fiction. [...]
In this regard, Cameron is back to talk about the following Avatar:
It will be a family drama, like The Godfather. Of course of a different kind, a different story but intrigued me with the idea. A saga of generations: same setting but different protagonists, shown from a different angle. What happens to the children of the warriors seen in the first film, once grown up?
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