In “Avatar 2” & Co .: James Cameron is going “Gemini Man” technology – with a difference
120 frames per second instead of the usual 24 gave Ang Lee in “Gemini Man” to create a new visual experience. James Cameron thinks of this approach rather little – uses for the “Avatar” sequels but the same technique back.
While “Gemini Man” is chalked to be content a child of the 90s, director Ang Lee sat ( “Life Of Pi”) everything we can to put at least new technical standards. The science fiction film not only offers two versions of Will Smith, but also 120 frames per second instead of the usual 24 frames – that is five times as much image information as normal.
But the high frame rate (HFR) really the future of cinema? not for James Cameron ( “Avatar”).
“HFR is not a format”
“I have my own philosophy when it comes to HFR and find that it is no more than a specific solution to a specific problem to do with 3D has,” said the director, who thus particularly on lateral panning shots in 3D refers. HFR could in these recordings are quite support, was for him but no real format.
“It is a tool that can be solved with the problems in the 3D projection, but I do not think it will be the next big thing,” Cameron continues Movie sider. Nevertheless, the successful director of such films as “Terminator” and “Titanic” admits that he use for this tool have.
Also for “Avatar 2 and 3” of benefits
Cameron, who converts his films always using the latest technology, sees no benefit in showing by HFR commonplace – about just two people who are talking in the kitchen. “It feels just as if you were standing in a kitchen set with actors in makeup. So real it is, “said Cameron. Since “Avatar 2” (release date: December 15, 2021) and “Avatar 3” (release date: December 20, 2023), however, are only partly anchored in our reality, the technology helps him here in places yet.
“If you look at extraordinary things real or also using CGI, this tool is one in terms of hyper-reality of a film to be good,” says the visionary.
Cameron is therefore clear: In general you should not use the technology, but in scenes full of CGI, it can increase the realism!
In general you should not use the technology, but in scenes full of CGI, it can increase the realism!
How much we will see them in the “Avatar” sequels eventually, but is probably already a minor matter. While Cameron already has to prove any more that he knows the one hand, to use modern technology properly, and secondly so that the masses attracted to the cinemas, Ang Lee HFR experiment has failed, however, as would appear to be. Neither critics nor moviegoers were impressed by “Gemini Man”, which consequently goes down unceremoniously at the box office.