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James Cameron criticize Jason Momoa, Aquaman is not like Directing Avatar 2

James Cameron a well-known director who has directed some famous movies like an alien, Terminator 2 and Avatar has recently criticised Aquaman for being unrealistic.

Even after being on the 7th rank in the list of best comic book movie and even after getting a lot of praises from the fans, Aquaman still has to face some amount of criticism form a well-known director James Cameron.

Jason Cameron criticize Jason Momoa, Aquaman is not like Directing Avatar 2

Aquaman starring Jason Momoa has crossed all the bat movie to become the top movie of the DC world and has gained 7th rank on the list of top comic book based movie in which avengers endgame, Avengers Infinity War and the Black Panther has secured top three ranks in the lost.

Aquaman has collected over 1 billion $ over all the globe. In this movie, Jason Momoa has done extraordinary work to make this movie remarkable other than him the other cast also has done excellent work but Jason was the main character who has collected most of the praises form the fans about his work. But he has to face a lot of criticism too.

Many directors and actors from Hollywood has also praised his work but James Cameron the director of Avatar has criticised Aquaman and Jason Momoa’s work for having an unrealistic story . when James is asked about his reviews on Aquaman he said “I think it is a great fun “And people just kind of zoom around underwater because… they propel themselves mentally? I guess? I don’t know.

Jason Cameron criticize Jason Momoa, Aquaman is not like Directing Avatar 2

But it’s cool. You buy it on its own terms. But I’ve spent thousands of hours underwater. I’m very literal about my underwater. It needs to look like it’s real. And while I can enjoy that film I don’t resonate with it because it doesn’t look real.”

we can’t ignore the criticism of James Cameron as he is one of the best directors Hollywood ever has and he has a lot of experience under water. He has spent most of his time underwater while working on Abyss and Titanic.