James Cameron explains why he turned the Na’vi blue

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James Cameron introduced the audience to the beautiful world of Pandora for the first time avatar over a decade ago. Populated by various unique creatures, Pandora was home to the Na’vi, a race of ten foot aliens who happen to be blue.

James Cameron spoke recently Rich for their January 2023 issue and was asked why he decided to blue the Na’vi avatar. It turns out there aren’t any great reasons for the choice, it was just the only color he felt wasn’t adopted by other movie characters. “As for the color: Green was taken. There was a long history of green aliens. Also the Hulk. And the human colors, pink and brown, were not alien. spongebob was yellow‘ Cameron explained. “That stayed pretty much blue and purple. Purple is my favorite color but I figured we would use that for one of our main bioluminescent colors, which we did, associating it with Eywa and all that is sacred to the Navi.“The Smurfs would like a word, Mr. Cameron.

That avatar The director also found a source of inspiration for the Na’vi in ​​a rather strange dream that his mother related to him. “Also, my mother told me about her dream in which there was a ten foot blue woman with six breasts,‘ Cameron explained. “Cool picture. I drew her but the six breast thing didn’t look as good as it sounds and would mess up the rating. Well, anyway… blue.” That is something.

The long-awaited release of the first avatar The sequel (the first of four) is now less than a month away. Set more than a decade after the events of the first film Avatar: The Way of Water tells the story of the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri and their children), the troubles that follow them, the struggles they make to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive and the tragedies they must endure. Avatar: The Way of Water will come to the cinemas December 16th.

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