When The Abyss Cannot Be Reached — AVATAR 2

When The Abyss Cannot Be Reached James Cameron worked on his first movie Avatar, right after he was done with Titanic. The original 80 pages script laid out roughly the original plotting, but he wasn’t happy with the Technology of that time (1997) His fascination with water and his passion for Scuba diving challenged his directing skills. Avatar had to wait over nine years to be feasible and meet certain critical quality issues. James thought that the technology for underwater filming that could appeal to his audience was still in diapers. By the time he filmed ‘The Abyss,’ he thought of a different approaching to filming and co-developed the digital 3D Fusion Camera System. Described by a biographer as part-scientist and part-artist. Titanic spectacular scenes were filmed in a location down in Mexico, Rosarito, Baja California Norte to be correct, and it challenged again his scripting non stop imagination. The scenes from Titanic, the sunk ship, took our breath away from the very beginning… more

When The Abyss Cannot Be Reached — AVATAR 2

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