By James Cameron who works on his series of sequels to the science fiction blockbuster Avatar says the era of superhero films comes to an end. With Avengers: Infinity War coming to the cinemas this week, ushering in a paradigm shift for the studio that launched the modern superhero franchise, Cameron hopes Hollywood's big studios will soon find something new
I hope we will soon get Avenger fatigue here, "said Cameron in the promotion of his new documentary series AMC Visionaries: James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction ." Not that I do not love the movies. It's just people, there are other stories to tell besides hyper-gonadal men without families who do death-defying things for two hours, destroying cities. It's like, oy!
His new series, for which he is host and executive producer, will premiere on April 30 and feature a series of interviews on the history and status of one of Hollywood's most beloved genres of industry giants like Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Ridley Scott, Christopher Nolan, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Will Smith and Sigourney Weaver .
"We can see that the market turns into a kind of science fiction, that is either completely escapist and does not require a technical adviser – an example would be Guardians of the Galaxy. It's just fun, "Cameron said," we do not care how those spaceships work or any of them work. And then you have scientifically responsible science fiction like The Marsian or Interstellar. "
He also spoke with reporters about his much-sung sequels to Avatar which made Cameron's Titanic the year's highest-grossing film of all time.The first film followed Jake Sully , a man who was sent to a distant planet, who learns the ways of his indigenous aborigines, by transferring his consciousness into a blue-skinned "avatar."
"I found myself as a father of five years I think about it what a Avatar story might look like if it were a family drama, "he told reporters." What if it were The Godfather ? It's a generational family saga. This is very different than the first movie. There is still the same attitude and the same respect for the shock of the new. We still want to show you things that you did not see or think, but the story is very different. It's a continuation of the same characters … but what happens when warriors who are prepared to commit suicide attacks and jump off cliffs, what happens when they grow up and have their own children? It will be a different story. "