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In order to remove some of the brutality, James Cameron claims he removed 10 minutes of gun violence from Avatar: The Way of Water.

To “find a balance between light and dark,” director James Cameron claimed that he removed at least 10 minutes of gun violence from his most recent picture, Avatar: The Way of Water.

According to director James Cameron, the new Hollywood movie Avatar: The Way of Water has at least 10 minutes less gun violence. Since opening in theatres throughout the world two weeks ago, the latest Avatar movie has amassed enormous box office receipts.

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Undoubtedly one of the most expensive films ever produced is Avatar: The Way of Water. According to James, the movie needs to sell at least $2 billion worth of tickets to be profitable. He recently discussed the reasons for having to remove gun violence from the movie.

“I trimmed roughly 10 minutes of the film’s action-packed gunplay. I sought to eliminate some ugliness and strike a balance between light and darkness. Conflict is a must, of course. Depending on your perspective, violence and action are synonymous. Every action director faces this conundrum, and I’m known for making action movies, James told Esquire Middle East.

The good guys and the bad guys in the first movie appear to be at odds with one another, he said, but the good ones eventually lose, and many of the heroes perish. Then there’s this almost “deus ex machina” when Jake calls upon the forces of nature, which, by the way, I believe is deserved. That is not at all how the second movie functions. The conflict is a rout rather than simply a battle. It is Navi and Tulkun taking revenge. After the struggle, comes the actual challenge, genuine defeat, and the thing that needs to be recovered from.

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 Navi humanoids who live on the Pandora moon are threatened by colonisation in the movie, which tells their story. “Avatar: The Way Of Water is a breathtaking spectacle that is mounted by a passionate filmmaker who knows just how to shape action and emotion together for an entertaining day at the cinema,” the Hindustan Times review of the movie stated.

Also Read | Here is India’s share of Avatar: The Way of Water’s $600 million global box office haul.

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