James Cameron used to adopt a habit of conquering cash records. Lately, it seems he has found another hobby: talking about popular superhero films. The Terminator and Avatar made headlines last year for criticizing Wonder Woman and called the film directed by Patty Jenkins a "backslide" for female protagonists. Now he's aiming for the Marvel side of the superhero world, saying he hopes the franchise will go out sooner rather than later.
While promoting his new documentary series AMC Visionaries: James Cameron's story of Science Fiction the director spoke with reporters about the state of science-fiction genre. According to Indiewire, Cameron took the opportunity to say that the Avengers' films are stale.
"I hope we'll get tired Avenger tiredness soon," Cameron said. "Not that I do not love the movies, it's just folks, there are other stories to tell besides hyper-gonadal, devoid of men who do death-defying things for two hours, destroying cities, it's like, oy! "
So, remember, Cameron likes the movies, but he's ready to see something different from the science fiction genre. That's all well and good, but it seems he does not take his own words to heart.
Currently, Cameron is working to restart The Terminator marking the sixth film in the franchise, alongside the direction and production of the next four Avatar sequels. He is ready for "new ideas" as he works on nothing but sequels to his earlier work.
Cameron was probably triggered by the upcoming release of Avengers: Infinity War a movie that culminates ten years ago, franchise. The film has set the presales records left and right and will dominate the box office for several weeks. It is quite possible that the film may surpass the record numbers of Cameron's films Avatar and Titanic .
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Avengers: Infinity War Marvel's biggest movie so far, will hit theaters on April 27, a week earlier than May 4. Marvel will pursue the film with Ant-Man and the Wasp on July 6 and Captain Marvel on March 8, 201