James Cameron says Marvel VFX doesn’t compare to what you’ll see in Avatar: Way of Water

If you have “James Cameron Complains About Marvel” on your bingo card, have your marker ready and give yourself a point. Speak with Comicbuch.comCameron shared his less than positive opinion of the quality of Marvel VFX and said they were “not even close” to what you will see in its forthcoming release Avatar: Way of the Water. As James Cameron claims so “Love” The Marvel Cinematic Universe, its recent spate of negative commentary about superhero cinema, tends to contradict his declarations of love.

When asked about the impact and advancements that VFX has seen in recent years, Cameron agreed that technology is having a positive and productive impact on the film industry. “Obviously the big comic book superhero movies have driven the sheer volume of the industry and the rising tide of tech is pulling everyone together. It gives you higher quality artists. You have more tools and plug-ins and code. There are more talented people writing code, sims and all that stuff out there.” said Cameron. “Then when we put our team together and Weta Digital is constantly hiring new people, it comes from that pool so everything improves together.”

While Cameron is quick to snap up VFX houses like ILM and Weta, he thinks Marvel is a poor representation of the art form. “Weta Effects as it is now known is the best. Right? I mean, ILM does a great job, but when it comes to the emotional facial features we do… I mean, Thanos? Come on. Give me a break,” said Cameron. “You saw that [new Avatar] Movie. It’s not even close.”

Before you start turning tables, Cameron wants to reassure everyone that it is him “I’m not going to diss Marvel of DC movies, although he seems to be doing just that. “I love these movies” Cameron insists. “Let’s just get that off the table.”

Cameron talking trash about Marvel and DC movies is nothing new. In October, in conversation with The New York TimesCameron criticized Marvel and DC films for containing underdeveloped characters. “When I look at these big, spectacular movies — I see you, Marvel and DC — it doesn’t matter how old the characters are, they all act like they’re in college,” he said. “They have relationships, but they really don’t. They never hang up their spurs for their children. The things that really ground us and give us strength, love and purpose? Those characters don’t experience it, and I don’t think that’s the way to make movies.”

Do you agree with Cameron on the quality of Marvel VFX? Has the MCU gotten muddier over the years? Are we uncivilized for enjoying MCU and DCU? Let us know in the comments.

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