January 28, 2023

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Alita 2 after Avatar 2? James Cameron has an idea to continue the battle of the angel

James Cameron will be busy with other Avatar sequels, but Alita: Battle Angel could be brought to life with Robert Rodriguez… and there’s only half an idea of ​​how that might be done.

Already a few weeks ago, waiting for the debut at that time Avatar: Water RoadProducer Jon Landau hinted at a possibility Alita: Battle Angel 2Or at least his idea and idea James Cameron to restore long story, was prematurely interrupted after the first act with insufficient success at the box office. Cameron has now returned to the topic on The Business podcast, suggesting he has an idea in mind to continue pursuing his heroin story…
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I’d like to work on it, I think it will Stream gives you a chance to I say in expanded format. I definitely have a lot of ideas, and I enjoy working with other filmmakers, as I have Robert Rodriguez to Alita: Battle Angel. He didn’t make enough money to put a big smile on everyone’s face, however We may revisit this brandwe hope. […]
I’ve always written more than can fit in a film box, and I don’t like to cut out more interesting narrative developments and scenes, both in the script and in the editing.