James Cameron repeats Wonder Woman criticism: ‘Thats not breaking ground’

The Avatar director doubled down on notes he made about Patty Jenkinss superhero film, saying the sexualisation of its perform Gal Gadot is the issue

Avatar director James Cameron has doubled down on his denunciation of Patty Jenkins’s blockbuster film Wonder Woman, saying that it wasn’t groundbreaking and its whiz- Gal Gadot- was too sexualised.

In an interrogation with the Guardian last month, Cameron called praise for Wonder Woman “misguided”, said the cinema constituted a “step backwards”. The mentions feelings some and caused a response from Jenkins.

” James Cameron’s inability to understand what Wonder Woman is, or stands for, to females all over the world is unsurprising as, though he is a great film-maker, he is not a woman ,” she wrote on Twitter.

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In an interrogation with the Hollywood Reporter published on Wednesday, Cameron defended his essay of the film, stating that Wonder Woman was a “good” but not “groundbreaking” film because of Gadot’s depiction.

” I’ll stand by that. I mean, she was Miss Israel, and she was wearing a kind of bustier costume that was very form-fitting ,” Cameron said, be submitted to Wonder Woman hotshot Gal Gadot.” She’s absolutely drop-dead elegant. To me, that’s not bursting dirt. They had Raquel Welch doing trash like that in the 60 s .”

He was pointed out that he was talking about Wonder Woman in the context of Linda Hamilton’s portrayal of Sarah Connor in Terminator 2: Last day, a role in which he says her virility was purposefully downplayed.

” She wasn’t there to be liked or ogled, but she was central, and the gathering enjoyed her by the end of the cinema ,” he said about Hamilton.

Cameron prolonged:” So as much as I acclaim Patty placing the film and Hollywood, uh,’ giving’ a woman aim a major activity franchise, I didn’t think there was anything groundbreaking in Wonder Woman .”

The director added that the issue with female act stars is that they’re still sold to teenage sons.” I just think Hollywood doesn’t get it about women around business franchises ,” he said.” Drama, they’ve got that cracked, but the second largest they start to make a big commercial activity film, they think they have to appeal to 18 -year-old males or 14 -year-old males, whatever it is .”

Cameron did note that his note was ” probably a bit simplistic ,” but contributed,” I like the fact that, sexually, she had the whip hand with the male character, which I thought was entertaining .”

Cameron is currently addressing two Avatar sequels simultaneously and is in pre-production on a reboot of the Terminator franchise. In his original interrogation with the Guardian, Cameron likewise mentioned on the difficulties he has faced in his relationships with” strong independent females “.

” Being attracted to strong independent brides has the downside that they’re strong independent women- they inherently don’t need you !” he said.” Fortunately, I’m married now to a strong independent woman who does guess she requires me .”

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