James Cameron planned to shoot the first part of Avatar back in 1999, but due to the high budget, not a single major agreed to take on the film, and the project was postponed for almost ten years. The director for filming has developed a special technology that allows you to simultaneously see computer characters and real actors on the monitor screen. More than half of the film consists of computer graphics, but it was a high-quality picture and an unusual plot that in due time replenished the piggy bank of the creators of Avatar for $ 2.8 billion.|
Former Marine Jake Sully's successful story on Pandora not only has a sequel, scheduled for 2020, viewers will see at least three more parts of the franchise. Cameron rented the MBS Media Campus for almost five years for the second film, and the work is in full swing.
Today at the LostFilm.INFO gallery you will see footage from Ragnarok Thor, Antonio Banderas in his new film, as well as the younger generation of Avatar.
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