"We’re saying as a society, ‘We need this. We need to go to theaters and have that experience,'" Cameron said.
“I look back on some films that I’ve made, and I don’t know if I would want to...fetishize the gun, like I did on a couple of 'Terminator' movies," said Cameron.
"They’re not extraordinary problems. They’re not going up against some guy that’s trying to conquer the galaxy," Cameron said.
The success of “Avatar” sequel “The Way of Water” came as a surprise to no one — except one of the movie’s stars.
“There was no way they both could have survived," the director said of the film's two protagonists.
She plays the Na’vi warrior Ronal in Cameron’s latest epic, "Avatar: The Way of Water."
The actor, who reunited with the director for "Avatar: The Way of Water," said Cameron dismissed her safety concerns while filming a scene in "Aliens."
Cameron said he made "a bunch of notes for six months," which he then shared with his writers room as he set out to develop "The Way of Water."
"It's a physical shift and it's something that you have to learn how to do," Winslet said. "But at the same time, it's also a mindset."
The director recently reunited with Winslet for the upcoming “Avatar” sequel.