‘Avatar 2’ Swear Jar: The bad word that costs Kate Winslet the most money

Twenty-five years after the release of TitanicAnd the Kate Winslet Starring in the second James Cameron Movie, Avatar: Water Road.


The long-awaited sequel sees the return of RDM to Pandora. This time, they’re not just after the optinium. The RDA wants to colonize the entire moon. But, someone standing in his way, Sam WorthingtonJake Sully. When Jake learns that the RDA and a recombinant version of Colonel Miles Quaritch (Stephen LangSpecifically targeting him, he decided that it was best for the Sully family to leave the Omatekaya clan’s forests.

Jake, Neytiri (Zoe Saldana), and their four children head to the seas of the Metkayina clan and there they meet Winslet’s character, Ronal. Ronal W Cliff Curtis Tonowari are the leaders of the Metkayina. While Tonowari is a little more open about upholding the Na’vi tradition of giving safe haven to any refugees seeking sanctuary, Ronal is more reluctant to accept the Sullys and have them endanger her people.

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Why exactly is Ronal more resistant to receiving strangers than her partner? I asked Winslet exactly that during our previous interview water wayDecember 16 issue. This is what she said:

“I think what I felt was so important to convey was the sense that Ronal is quite the mother. She is the leader of her clan, and I think she will stop at nothing to protect that and protect what they have made. They really look after and care for not only their family, but that whole village, that whole community.” Myitkyina clan. So the idea that anything from the outside could pose any kind of threat is something that I think, as a mother, she instinctively feels and feels very, very careful. She loves her little tribe. She loves her family. She wants them to have their freedom and not be, by any means Some form, I suppose, that was restrictive or potentially threatening. It was important to me to really play that side of her.”

As for Tonowari, Winslet took a minute to sing the praises of the actor behind Olo’eyktan of the Metkayina clan, Cliff Curtis:

“Cliff is just wonderful. I think he and I wanted to play these roles because of these characters’ commitments to family. He’s very much a family man, and that sense of community, and his Maori heritage was something really, I felt, either consciously or subconsciously, that he was able to Doing this role. Tonowari is a very strong character, and I feel like Cliff brings that as an actor. And he’s very warm and very inclusive and kind.”

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Winslet also spoke about the experience of capturing underwater performance, a type of performance she called “the purest form of acting”. And she explained:

“In many ways, motion capture is almost the purest form of acting, and people won’t really believe that because you don’t look at us as real people. You see the blue version of us as actors. But in order to capture that, you have cameras watching you from every angle. You also have a helmet and a camera.” A helmet that captures every muscle and movement in your face, so you can’t hide. Even the eyeballs, the movement of your eyeballs is performance-wise, you really have to present because you want this camera to see everything you’re doing because you want your facial muscles to be replicated in your copy Na’ vi for yourself. So it’s a very intense and demanding experience, but I absolutely loved it.”

An intense and demanding experience, but not one without a little fun. Some of Winslet’s youngest co-stars, they are Trinity Joe Lee Place Who was only seven years old when he started filming, he created a department urn. Slip and use an expletive? Money for the jar! What word cost Winslet the most money? This is what she said:

Well, it’s a word that starts with an “F.” And yes, I was the one who got in trouble the most. Trinity would regularly gossip, “Kate! It’s $5!” Yeah, I got in a lot of trouble most days and was very out of pocket because of the department pot.”

Avatar: Water Road Premieres exclusively in theaters on December 16th. For more information on the making of the film, check out my interview with James Cameron below:

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