James Cameron Scolds “Avatar” Haters and Defends the Three-Hour Running Time of “Avatar 2” by Saying, “Get up And Go Pee”!

James Cameron scolds “Avatar” haters and defends the three-hour running time of “Avatar 2” by saying, “Get up and go pee.”

The duration of James Cameron’s original “Avatar” film was 162 minutes, or over two hours and forty minutes, and it appears that the Oscar-winning filmmaker will extend this length for the impending sequel, “Avatar: The Way of Water.”

The upcoming “Avatar” film is “now coming in at around three hours,” according to Empire magazine. Nobody should be heard criticizing the movie’s length, according to Cameron.

Cameron told the magazine, “I don’t want people grumbling about length when they sit and binge-watch [television] for eight hours. “I almost feel ready to finish this review section. “The excruciatingly drawn-out three-hour film…”


Give me a fucking break, it’s like. I have observed my children acting out five consecutive one-hour bouts. The major paradigm shift in society that needs to take place is this: “It’s okay to get up and go potty.”

Additionally, Cameron had harsh words for spectators who persistently mocked the original “Avatar” film. “Avatar” has earned $2.84 billion globally, making it the most successful film ever (unadjusted for inflation). Even with that revenue and its nine nominations and three Oscar victories, “Avatar” and its long-delayed sequel have drawn criticism from some moviegoers.

The trolls will claim that no one cares and that they cannot recall the characters’ names or even a single event from the film, according to Cameron. Then, after seeing the film a second time, they say, “Oh, okay, pardon me, let me just shut the fuck up right now. I don’t worry about it, therefore.

Ten years after the events of the first film, Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) are still alive in “Avatar: The Way of Water.” The two are now parents, and they must defend their family from a fresh danger.

Stephen Lang and Sigourney Weaver, who uses motion capture to play the teenage daughter of Jake and Neytiri, are among the cast members who are returning. Edie Falco, Jemaine Clement, and Kate Winslet are among the newcomers.

On December 15, “Avatar: The Way of Water” debuts in theatres across the country.

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