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(New Musical Express)   Production on Dances With Smurfs II: The Wrath of Azrael resumes filming in New Zealand after Coronavirus restrictions are lifted   (nme.com) divider line
    More: Silly, James Cameron, film's crew, shot of the film, New Zealand, Film, producer Jon Landau, full list, crew members  
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2020-06-16 10:27:27 AM  
Jeeze, how many articles are they going to have on this?
 
2020-06-16 12:33:32 PM  
I had a feeling Kevin Costner was the type that secretly always wanted to work blue.

/why should Bob Saget have all the fun?
 
2020-06-16 12:39:04 PM  
Screw this bloated vanity project, I'm ready to hear about more Witcher in production.
 
2020-06-16 12:56:16 PM  

rummonkey: Screw this bloated vanity project, I'm ready to hear about more Witcher in production.


The Witcher, The Mandalorian, Wheel of Time, there are many projects I'm much more interested in seeing.

But I'll probably still go see more Avatars, just to see how far from a logical story Cameron decides to go.

/Since Avatar 2 won't open with a decent size rock deorbiting onto the Na'vi, it's going to start pretty far away.
 
2020-06-16 1:05:15 PM  
The only people who care about this sequel are those that fell into a coma immediately after seeing the original. And even then I doubt they'd be too excited.
 
2020-06-16 1:11:51 PM  
The first was quite the theater experience but are people ready to go back to pandem- err, Pandora?
 
2020-06-16 1:35:42 PM  

Boojum2k: rummonkey: Screw this bloated vanity project, I'm ready to hear about more Witcher in production.

The Witcher, The Mandalorian, Wheel of Time, there are many projects I'm much more interested in seeing.

But I'll probably still go see more Avatars, just to see how far from a logical story Cameron decides to go.

/Since Avatar 2 won't open with a decent size rock deorbiting onto the Na'vi, it's going to start pretty far away.


Me waiting for the 2nd season of Taboo

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2020-06-16 1:55:55 PM  
The first movie was a tech demo.  That's why it had to be seen in theaters.  Unless Avatar 2½: The Smell of Fear ups the game similarly--say, a holodeck with Sigourney Weaver (or Joel David Moore, if that's your thing)--it's gonna tank.
 
2020-06-16 2:33:29 PM  

Olympic Trolling Judge: The first movie was a tech demo.


And it really wasn't all that great. It had mid-1990s CGI and 3D is basically the same as it was in the 1950s. It's ViewMaster tech, it's not like we have holograms or something.
 
2020-06-16 3:11:59 PM  

Olympic Trolling Judge: The first movie was a tech demo.  That's why it had to be seen in theaters.  Unless Avatar 2½: The Smell of Fear ups the game similarly--say, a holodeck with Sigourney Weaver (or Joel David Moore, if that's your thing)--it's gonna tank.


Supposedly on the 2nd (or 3rd or 4th) there is some new underwater tech that has never been seen before.

Mugato: And it really wasn't all that great. It had mid-1990s CGI and 3D is basically the same as it was in the 1950s. It's ViewMaster tech, it's not like we have holograms or something.


I really didn't like the film, but I disagree with what you're saying.  It was amazing to see in the theater.  It was much better than  red/blue 3D of the 50s.  It wasn't "hey this stick is out of the screen" there was real depth and it looked amazing.  It got old after about 20 minutes, but those 20 minutes were fantastic.
 
2020-06-16 3:27:10 PM  

mjbok: I really didn't like the film, but I disagree with what you're saying. It was amazing to see in the theater. It was much better than red/blue 3D of the 50s. It wasn't "hey this stick is out of the screen" there was real depth and it looked amazing. It got old after about 20 minutes, but those 20 minutes were fantastic.


Well 3D wasn't red/blue in the 1980s. They had polarized glasses in Parasite in 1982 and Jaws 3 in 1983. But it was the same concept as today.
 
2020-06-16 3:39:58 PM  

Mugato: Well 3D wasn't red/blue in the 1980s. They had polarized glasses in Parasite in 1982 and Jaws 3 in 1983. But it was the same concept as today.


Friday the 13th part 3 used red/blue, and I think Spacehunter did as well.  Both of those were in the 80s.
 
2020-06-16 4:20:59 PM  

mjbok: Mugato: Well 3D wasn't red/blue in the 1980s. They had polarized glasses in Parasite in 1982 and Jaws 3 in 1983. But it was the same concept as today.

Friday the 13th part 3 used red/blue, and I think Spacehunter did as well.  Both of those were in the 80s.


I was three but I saw Friday the 13th and they used polarized glasses. So did Jaws 3. I don't know about Spacehunter.
 
2020-06-16 10:27:06 PM  

Mugato: Olympic Trolling Judge: The first movie was a tech demo.

And it really wasn't all that great. It had mid-1990s CGI and 3D is basically the same as it was in the 1950s. It's ViewMaster tech, it's not like we have holograms or something.


Mid 90s? Ok.
 
2020-06-17 5:06:41 PM  

fragMasterFlash: I had a feeling Kevin Costner was the type that secretly always wanted to work blue.

/why should Bob Saget have all the fun?


Cause Kevin Costner would fark up The Aristocrats joke.
 
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