The promotional campaign for ‘The Sense of Water’ gave James Cameron a lot of interviews. Taking into account that filming of ‘Avatar 3’ has already ended – a separate issue is the very long post-production process – it was inevitable that some details about the next one would be out and now The mistake has revealed a very important change compared to the first two installments.,
Those who have seen the first two installments of the ‘Avatar’ saga will remember that both films are narrated under the character played by Jake Sully. Sam Worthington, well then you can forget about that and go with the third installment a recent interview Also given by the director of ‘Titanic’:
Lok came across as a character that people could connect with, so he could find ways to… Now, he’s described as… Oh, I’m giving something away, but that’s okay. Each incarnation… I think it might be interesting for people to think about what’s to come. Jake was our voice-over narrator for Movie 1 and Movie 2, and we’ve had a different narrator for each of the subsequent movies. We see him through the eyes of a different character, and the film is through the eyes of 3 people.
a significant change and I think it’s a very successful one, because What Jake Sully’s character can contribute this way has already been fleshed out., In fact, already the second installment would have appreciated having a different narrator, but better late than never. It is expected that his son Lok (Britain Dalton) provide a fresh perspective.
Now the big question is that which characters will perform that task in the upcoming installments. On my part, I am very clear that if Neytiri (zoe saldana) doesn’t serve as narrator in any of the films in the franchise, though I wouldn’t be surprised if Cameron is reserving that for the fifth installment, let’s not forget that part of that movie is going to take place on Earth.