James Cameron Draws a Blood Pact to Make Alita: Battle Angel Sequel After Avatar 2

James Cameron Draws a Blood Pact to Make Alita Battle Angel Sequel
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With the success of Avatar: The Way of Water that is coming towards James Cameron, the filmmaker remains optimistic about a long-kept promise. Following along on the journey of an underrated movie, James Cameron promised a sequel to Alita: Battle Angel.

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The movie, unsuccessful in nature, was kept alive by devoted fans who wanted to know further about the world that the film was set in.

James Cameron promises a sequel to Alita: Battle Angel.
James Cameron promises a sequel to Alita: Battle Angel.

James Cameron And A Fallen Angel

James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez have been friends for quite a long time. Having worked together on the sets of Alita: Battle Angel back in 2019, the duo was excited to return for Avatar: The Way of Water.

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James Cameron produced Alita: Battle Angel back in 2019.
James Cameron produced Alita: Battle Angel back in 2019.

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While in an interview with Variety, the duo talked mostly about the recently launched movie Avatar: The Way of Water but during their parting, there came…a surprise. Alita: Battle Angel was directed by Robert Rodriguez and produced by James Cameron, although the process had been long overdue. When the interview was about to end, the duo promised that they will return for a sequel to Alita: Battle Angel.

The Terminator director seemingly made Robert Rodriguez swear a blood oath wherein they both pulled out their (uncut) arms and swore that they would create a sequel to Alita: Battle Angel. The movie had been in the making since the early 2000s but never came to fruition due to scheduling conflicts. It was finally released in 2019 and gathered underrated love for its storyline, animations, and cinematography.

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James Cameron Proves That The Titanic Ending Was True

James Cameron debunks the plot hole ending of Titanic.
James Cameron debunks the plot hole ending of Titanic.

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The age-old debate of how Jack could have survived at the end of Titanic has been sparked many times. What apparently seemed a loophole in James Cameron’s plot turned out to be untrue as Cameron reveals that scientific facts support him.

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Addressing the problem, James Cameron stated that there was not enough room on the wooden door and denies any other scenario in which Jack & Rose both get to live. In a statement to The Toronto Sun, here’s what Cameron revealed,

“We have done a scientific study to put this whole thing to rest and drive a stake through its heart once and for all. We have since done a thorough forensic analysis with a hypothermia expert who reproduced the raft from the movie and we’re going to do a little special on it that comes out in February.” 

Along with the special, the Avatar director will also feature a remastered version of Titanic that is set to sail this February. Avatar: The Way of Water has been seeing tremendous activity since its release as fans hail James Cameron once again for his beautiful mind.

Avatar: The Way of Water is currently running in theaters across the world.

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Source: Variety

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Visarg Acharya, Associate Content Writer, has been heavily involved in movies, series, and history. Having an experience of 2 years in the field of content writing, Visarg is a seasoned writer. Having a degree in Physics, Visarg Acharya has published a dissertation alongside a plethora of poems and short stories along the way.