Avatar: The Way of Water director James Cameron recently met up with his fans to discuss the Avatar franchise and by getting some feedback from them. The sequel to the original Avatar film came out in cinemas in 2022 and has amassed over $2 billion at the global box office.
The fan meeting with Cameron was held on the Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank, California on February 16. Fans were invited there to share their feedback with Cameron. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Cameron would use this feedback from fans to improve the rest of the Avatar franchise. Many different topics were covered at the meet-up, such as plot points, shot selection, frame rates, character development, emotional reactions, and more.
Cameron stated at the meet that this was something they had never done before, and this was the first time they were directly seeking feedback from fans on how to make the next film even better. The director encouraged fans to give constructive criticism without holding back. He added that this was not just about telling them what they wanted to hear, but rather about hearing what they needed to work on more.
This comes after Avatar: The Way of Water became a massive success, mainly due to its visuals. The film follows Jake and Neytiri, who are now a family with children.