Every time James Cameron is on some publicity tour, he finds a way to slam superhero movies. After taking digs at Avengers and Wonder Woman, Cameron has set his target on the recent Aquaman. Cameron, who considers himself a bit of an expert on underwater sequences (it is rumoured that a significant portion of the Avatar sequels is set underwater), has said that he found Aquaman lacking in realism. “I think its great fun,” Cameron told Yahoo. “I think its a movie I could have never made. Truthfully. I could have never made that film because it requires this total dreamlike disconnect from any sense of physics or reality. It exists somewhere between a Greek mythic landscape and a fairy tale landscape. And people just kind of zoom around underwater because … they propel themselves mentally? I guess? I don’t know. But it’s cool. You buy it on its own terms. But I’ve spent thousands of hours underwater. I’m very literal about my underwater. It needs to look like it’s real. And while I can enjoy that film I don’t resonate with it because it doesn’t look real.”He continued, “And by the way, (Aquaman) doesn’t help… Read full this story
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