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James Cameron Explains Why the New ĎAvatarí Movies Wonít Be in High Frame Rate

James Cameron continues to work away at his Avatar sequels. The first Avatar was a real game-changer with its use of 3D to the point where every major blockbuster for half a decade required a 3D upgrade. However, while the novelty of 3D has worn off (again), other directors are trying out new tools like Ang Lee and 120fps on Gemini Man.

As part of a group interview for Terminator: Dark Fate, Steve Weintraub recently asked Cameron if he had seen Gemini Man and his thoughts on high frame rate (HFR). Cameron explained that while he hadnít seen the high frame rate specifically in Gemini Man, he felt that it was more of a tool to be deployed in certain situations rather than used for an entire movie:

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