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crocodile

Avatar 2, 3 and 4 or how James Cameron stopped worrying and pulled The Hobbit on us

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Dude! Someone posted that at the end of the previous page, and this is all we've been talking about since then!

Aw, shit...

I'm glad you've been discussing it, though. This is one of the finest quotes I've read in a long time.

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Well with a script from Shane Salerno (esteemed writer of Aliens vs Predator 2: Requiem) it wouldn't surprise me in the slightest.

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Who wants to bet they'll only end up making 1 or 2 movies in the end, not shooting 3 back to back to back?

Agreed. And then they'll split the second film into two films.

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Well with a script from Shane Salerno (esteemed writer of Aliens vs Predator 2: Requiem) it wouldn't surprise me in the slightest.

He's the writer? Oh, good Lord. . . .

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Each film has a different writer in addition to JC.

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Do they submerge the audience in icy cold water on that one?

I don't quite see how there can be a Titanic "ride"...

Is there a Schindler's List ride out there too?

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The "funny" thing is that I can definitely picture this happening in the future. Not in our lifetime of course, but give it 100 years or so...

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Avatar wasn't exactly groundbreaking in terms of theme, dialogue, or story to begin with, and how he needs another year?

Avatar wasn't exactly groundbreaking in terms of theme, dialogue, or story to begin with, and how he needs another year?

Avatar wasn't exactly groundbreaking in terms of theme, dialogue, or story to begin with, and how he needs another year?

Avatar has surpassed Titanic as the film most overly criticized. The criticism is more unoriginal than the film's storyline is purported to be.

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