The cast of filmmaker James Cameron’s upcoming sci-fi film Avatar: The Path of Water He was thoroughly trained to film the underwater scenes as the director wanted them to feel real. According to DiversityThough Kate Winslet stunned everyone involved in the long-awaited sequel by holding her breath underwater for seven minutes, Zoe Saldana was certainly no rookie. Avatar 2: Jake Sully’s First Look at Sam Worthington from James Cameron’s Movie Out!
Cameron trained his film’s cast to be “the world’s best breathalyzer experts” so that they could film longer periods underwater. Winslet held her breath for seven minutes, while Sigourney Weaver previously revealed that she wakes up for six and a half minutes. Saldana’s longest underwater breathing stopped in five minutes.
“I’m very competitive, but we had an Oscar-winning actress in our cast who worked for seven minutes. I got about five minutes. That’s a big achievement, you guys,” Saldana told The New York Times. Diversity, Cameron said, “Five minutes is huge. Sigourney did six-and-a-half minutes,” he said, adding that he never expected Winslet to hold his breath for seven minutes, adding, “And he didn’t either! ” James Cameron reveals how he worked with the script for Avatar 2 after 13 years.
Talking about Winslet’s character in the upcoming film, Cameron said, “Kate’s character is someone who grew up underwater as a friendly sea sailor – they’re so different physically from a forest sailor That we can roughly classify them. They as a subspecies. So she had to be completely calm underwater, and it turned out she was a natural.”
most shots in Avatar: The Path of Water Cameron was filmed in large water tanks so that his underwater scenes did not look fake. They did this so that the underwater scenes didn’t look like theirs aquaman or Disney’s upcoming the little MermaidAccording to Diversity,