Director James Cameron will dedicate “Avatar: The Way of Water” to the actor of five of his films and great friend Bill Paxton, who died in 2017. credits” of the film, which sources from The Hollywood Reporter magazine said was 190 minutes long. After the news of the death, Cameron revealed that he was going to count on the actor in the sequels of “Avatar” (2009). 15 December and the trailer was revealed on Wednesday.SUBTITLED TRAILER.
Bill Paxton died on February 25, 2017, following a stroke 11 days after complications related to an operation to replace a heart valve and eliminate an aortic aneurysm. He worked with Cameron on five films, more than any other. collaborator in front of the cameras, forming an important artistic relationship: after a small participation in “Relentless Terminator” (1984), the actor knew how to make the secondary roles iconic in “Aliens, the Final Recontro” (1986), “A Verdade da Mentira (1994) and “Titanic” (1997). To these works of fiction was added the documentary “Ghosts of the Abyss” (2003), where the two returned with specialists to the place where the Titanic sank, revealing even more to the general public their relationship of complicity.”Bill leaves such a void. I and I have been great friends for 36 years, ever since we met on the production of a very low budget Roger Corman film. He came to work and I put a paintbrush in his hand and pointed him at a wall saying ‘Paint that!’ We quickly recognized the creative spark in each other and became friends. What followed was 36 years of making movies together, helping to develop each other’s projects, going on diving trips together, watching each other’s children grow up, even diving to the remains of the Titanic together on Russian submarines.” James Cameron to Vanity Fair magazine five years ago.”It was a friendship of laughter, adventure, love of film and mutual respect. Bill wrote beautiful heartfelt and profound letters, an anachronism in this age of digital abbreviation. He took care of his relationships with people, always caring and present for others. He was a good man, a great actor and a creative dynamo. I hope that in the midst of the raucous noise of the Oscars night, people will take a moment to remember this wonderful man, not only for all the hours of joy he gave us with his intense presence on screen, but for the beautiful human being that he was. . The world is an emptier place with his disappearance and I will miss him deeply,” the message concluded.