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McFarlane World of Pandora Blind Box Case

McFarlane World of Pandora Blind Box Case

My blind box cases from McFarlane toys came in today. I needed two because I promised a friend I’d help them secure one of the figures. But since I had two boxes that allowed me to compare. Something I found out was I couldn’t find a unique code on each box like most blind boxes, to help you identify the contents, but I did learn some other useful information. Firstly, the top row in both boxes was creatures only, the bottom row was the human, Na’vi, and Avatars.

I can’t promise the location will be the same for every box but here is the bottom tray of box 1 with all the Na’vi, humans, and Avatars. From left to right, front row is Jake, Norm, and Neytiri. Second row was Grace, Quaritch and Wainfleet, and war paint Jake. Third row back, Akwey, Ikeyni, then human Jake and Trudy. Back row, Mo’at, war paint Neytiri, and Eytukan.

This is the top tray, holding all of the creatures. From left to right, front row, prolemuris and tetrapteron, banshee, two viperwolves. Second row, prolemuris and tetrapteron again, two viperwolves again, and a stingbat. Third row, two tapirus, a slinth, and a viperwolf with 3 pups. Back row, hexapede, hexapede, and another slinth.

Some figures are repeats but they did a good job of making them different in small ways. For instance the viperwolves have different heads, one tetrapteron has its wings flapping down the other up and different under wing paint colors, the prolemuris is a different sculpt. They took a lot of care in not just repacking the same figures. The viperwolf that comes with the pups, is the same as one in the front row, but beyond that their are small differences in all of them.

Here is the checklist for all 24 boxes, top row L to R, Mo’at, Eytukan, Neytiri, Akwey, Ikeyni, Trudy and Jake, Grace, two RDA soldiers, warpaint Jake, Jake, Norm, warpaint Neytiri.

Bottom row, hexapede, hexapede, slinth, two tapirus, slinth, viperwolf with pups, prolemuris and tetrapteron, two viperwolves, stingbat, prolemuris and tetrapteron, banshee, and two viperwolves.

 

Links to order and preorder current Avatar merchandise-

McFarlane Toys 7″ Line
Large Scale-

Tonowari 7″ figure – https://amzn.to/3DiGN6v

Jake Sully 7″ Avatar 2 figure – https://amzn.to/3TFy2ZM

Neytiri 7″ Avatar 2 figure – https://amzn.to/3SnnY6B

CET-OPS Crabsuit – https://amzn.to/3Dj9Ua0

AMP Suit v.2 with Bushboss 7″ scale – https://amzn.to/3TlRwTf

Skimwing 7″ scale – https://amzn.to/3Dg6lBm

Neytiri figure 7”- https://amzn.to/3RYXKaM

Jake Sully figure 7”- https://amzn.to/3Bavlrx

Colonel Quaritch figure 7”- https://amzn.to/3L6Bw4c

Jake Sully figure 7” Banshee – https://amzn.to/3daLKnM

Neytiri’s Banshee Seze 7”- https://amzn.to/3Bwyljg

AMP Suit 7” – https://amzn.to/3RC20gs

Small Scale-

Ikeyni’s Banshee – https://amzn.to/3DrPoEi

Green Mountain Banshee – https://amzn.to/3L9wnsi

Blue Mountain Banshee – https://amzn.to/3S0tIU7

Scorpion – https://amzn.to/3RTN7GJ

Omatikaya Rainforest Playset – https://amzn.to/3qvljfy

Jake and Banshee – https://amzn.to/3xm6rE3

Neytiri and Banshee – https://amzn.to/3BxxnmW

Quaritch and Amp Suit – https://amzn.to/3B8UouU

Tsu’tey and Direhorse – https://amzn.to/3U7d9rt

Jake vs Thanator – https://amzn.to/3qAvOyh

Books-

The Making of Avatar – https://amzn.to/3LskNst

The World of Avatar A Visual Exploration – https://amzn.to/3BzV4L8

Ultimate Avatar Sticker book – https://amzn.to/3qtG7El

Avatar – The Way of Water Visual Dictionary – https://amzn.to/3TJ1spW

The Art of Avatar – The Way of Water – https://amzn.to/3Soo3ab

The High Ground Volume 1 – https://amzn.to/3VYGIfO

The High Ground Volume 2 – https://amzn.to/3Ssn7RX

The High Ground Volume 3 – https://amzn.to/3MZSzWO

The High Ground Library Edition (Collects Volumes 1-3) – https://amzn.to/3D76mpQ

Avatar 2 – Lo’ak and Payakan the Tulken Scene Breakdown

Avatar 2 – Lo’ak and Payakan the Tulken Scene Breakdown

After you see the Avatar rerelease in theaters you will see 1 of 3 Avatar 2 scenes. There is one scene that has the Sully family kids, and Metkayina kid swimming, another scene has Ronal and Tonowari speaking, and a third with Lo’ak and Payakan the tulkun. After my viewing of Avatar last night my theater had the Lo’ak and Payakan scene, so I wanted to go over the dialog and break it down for those who haven’t seen that particular Avatar 2 preview. I hope you enjoy the video, feel free to comment and let me know what type of content you would like to see covered, or any ideas, suggestion, or complaints, thanks!

Avatar Rerelease back in theaters today

Avatar Rerelease back in theaters today

I’m headed for a showing in just over 6 hours, I can’t wait to see the movie once again in theaters. It looks so beautiful in the trailers released advertising the updated sound and visuals. Just wanted to throw a quick reminder out there for anyone who may have forgotten!

 

McFarlane Toys-Avatar Large Scale Line

McFarlane Toys-Avatar Large Scale Line

Today at D23, McFarlane Toys officially showed off the first wave of the new Avatar action figure line. This is the 7″ scale portion only, and includes the description and photos directly from McFarlane. I’ve included current prices and a pre-order link for each figure.

$24.99-Preorder Amazon Colonel Quaritch

Spearheading the RDA’s Security Operations is Colonel Miles Quaritch. A veteran soldier, Quaritch is relentless in his duty to protect the humans of Hell’s Gate and eradicate the Na’vi. Attacked by a Viperwolf on his first day on Pandora, Quaritch forms an abiding hatred for Pandora’s wildlife as well as its indigenous inhabitants.
* 7-inch scale Miles Quaritch action figure.
* Designed with Ultra Articulation with up to 22 moving parts for full range of posing.
* Premium sculpt and deco.
* Includes accesories, alternate hands and collector stand.
* Special blacklight-activated biolumniescence.
* Figure is showcased in Avatar Movie window box packaging.
* Collect all McFarlane Toys Avatar Movie products.

$24.99-Preorder Amazon Jake Sully

Born on Earth, Jake Sully is given a unique opportunity to join the Avatar Program, in which humans remotely control human/Na’vi hybrids to safely navigate the alien and dangerous moon of Pandora. After spending time with the Na’vi, Jake becomes fully immersed in their way of life and he falls in love with the moon, the people, and his Na’vi guide and teacher, Neytiri.
* 7-inch scale Jake Sully action figure.
* Designed with Ultra Articulation with up to 22 moving parts for full range of posing.
* Premium sculpt and deco.
* Includes accesories, alternate hands and collector stand.
* Special blacklight-activated biolumniescence.
* Figure is showcased in Avatar Movie window box packaging.
* Collect all McFarlane Toys Avatar Movie products.

$24.99-Preorder Amazon Neytiri

Neytiri is a fierce warrior, incredible tracker, and next in line to be the clan’s tsahik, or spiritual leader. Willful and decisive in conflict, she trusts her own instincts and abilities, speaks her mind, and leads with her heart. She meets Jake Sully’s avatar in the Pandoran Rainforest, helping him when he’s attacked by a pack of viperwolves.
* 7-inch scale Neytiri action figure.
* Designed with Ultra Articulation with up to 22 moving parts for full range of posing.
* Premium sculpt and deco.
* Includes accesories, alternate hands and collector stand.
* Special blacklight-activated biolumniescence.
* Figure is showcased in Avatar Movie window box packaging.
* Collect all McFarlane Toys Avatar Movie products.

$39.99-Preorder Amazon Amp Suit

Possessing an intimidating presence and the ability to withstand toxic environments, the AMP Suit is a multi-purpose, human-piloted mech suit that duplicates all the functions of an infantry soldier. A walking, hydraulic, armored, near-invulnerable exo-suit, its capabilities have proven invaluable to the RDA.
* Designed with Ultra Articulation with up to 22 moving parts for full range of posing.
* Features highly detailed sculpt and deco.
* Figure is showcased in Avatar Movie window box packaging.
* Collect all McFarlane Toys Avatar Movie products.

$49.99-Preorder Amazon Jake Sullys Ikran

Blue and green in appearance, he is the banshee that Jake bonds with during the Iknimaya rite of passage. He is also one of the few mountain banshees to have been ridden by an avatar.
* Designed with Ultra Articulation with up to 22 moving parts for full range of posing.
* Incredibly high level detail.
* Can be posed to fly and crawl as seen in the film Avatar.
* Works with 7-inch Na’vi figures as riders.
* Features a poseable wired tail and special collector stand.
* Figure is showcased in Avatar Movie window box packaging.
* Collect all McFarlane Toys Avatar Movie products.

$49.99-Preorder Amazon Neytiris Banshee-Seze

Seze is the mountain banshee mount of Neytiri. Graceful, dangerous, and loyal, the banshee is an integral part of Na’vi life.
* Designed with Ultra Articulation with up to 22 moving parts for full range of posing.
* Incredibly high level detail.
* Can be posed to fly and crawl as seen in the film Avatar.
* Works with 7-inch Na’vi figures as riders.
* Features a poseable wired tail and special collector stand.
* Figure is showcased in Avatar Movie window box packaging.
* Collect all McFarlane Toys Avatar Movie products.

D23-McFarlane Toys teaser

D23-McFarlane Toys teaser

Wow, this teaser image released by Avatar today has me stoked for the McFarlane line. It’s been rumored the smaller scale line has a Pandora set piece, is this it? It sure looks like it could be, and it looks amazing! I see what looks to be a link chamber in the far left, then an Amp Suit (with a driver inside, Quaritch I assume), Neytiri on Seze (guessing by the colors and profile), an ikran too far in the background to make a guess, a hexapede front and center, a green ikran that I don’t recognize, Eytukan, Mo’at, and a tapirus.

I cannot wait to see what else is revealed tomorrow at D23!

Avatar-The High Ground Volume 1 Preview

Avatar-The High Ground Volume 1 Preview

Avatar-The High Ground is a 3 Volume comic series based on the original Avatar 2 screenplay by James Cameron. However as the sequels grew and the story changed, his Avatar 2 script was shelved and now lives on as a prequel to Avatar-The Way of Water. Volume 1 is a hardcover book that is 88 pages long, of which we now have a 10 page preview thanks to Amazon.

Volume 1-Release date October 12th, 2022

It has been almost a decade since the humans were forced to leave Pandora—but now they’re returning—with an armada of heavily-armed starships!

After years of peace, Jake Sully has settled down with Neytiri and raised a family, so for him, the stakes are even higher than when he first went to war against the corporate might of the RDA.

During the development process of creating the four Avatar sequels, a lot of new ideas and stories were created and discussed. One such EPIC original story idea that didn’t make it into the sequels was James Cameron’s original story—“The High Ground.” Cameron shared what he had written with Dark Horse Comics and it is now being adapted by award-winning author Sherri L. Smith (The Toymaker’s Apprentice, Orleans), and illustrated by Brazilian artist Guilherme Balbi.

Avatar: The High Ground Volume 1 ventures into all-new territory in the Avatar saga, and is a direct prequel to the highly-anticipated film sequel Avatar 2!

Wow, that was a great start to this series. I love that just like in Avatar, Jake Sully is narrating. We quickly move through what happened at the end of Avatar right into the Sully family, with Jake disconnecting from the memories stored in Eywa, while seated with Lo’ak and Neteyam. Neteyam, the oldest of the Sully children, is giving Lo’ak a hard time, and they are discussing Lo’ak getting his own ikran, which is called iknimaya, a rite of passage for all young Omatikaya hunters. We then learn that when Kiri completed iknimaya she was able to simply bond with her ikran by asking it to be her friend. As Jake, Neteyam, and Lo’ak begin to ride off on pa’li, one of the brothers says not to forget about Spider. Then we transition into a flashback of Neteyam when he was completing his iknimaya, it show’s how dangerous it can be, with him even having his leg bit by an ikran he’s trying to bond with. After which we see Norm in his Avatar body again, going to meet up with Na’vi, with human kids and Na’vi kids all playing and having fun. Next we see Lo’ak as it’s now his turn to complete iknimaya, he seems to easily complete the bond with his ikran, and the whole Sully family is there cheering him on. As the whole family flies on their ikran, Jake and his thoughts are elsewhere, he knows the human threat is only temporarily defeated, they’ll be back. Tuktirey is trying to get Jakes attention, and Neytiri mentions how the skypeople always have their heads in the clouds, but the Na’vi hearts are in the clouds, and with that the family is on their ikran again,  flying high in the clouds.

The mystery of who and what Kiri is exactly only deepens. Norm is back in his Avatar, that makes me really happy for him, I would have hated for it to have been killed. It’s great jumping right in and getting to see the entire Sully family, Jake, Neytiri, Neteyam, Kiri, Lo’ak, Spider, and Tuktirey. I can’t wait to dive into this series!

You can preorder Avatar-The High Ground on Amazon here-https://www.amazon.com/Avatar-Ground-Sherri-L-Smith/dp/1506709095/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=avatar+the+high+ground&qid=1662504933&sr=8-1

Avatar: The High Ground Release Dates

Avatar: The High Ground Release Dates

Directly from Dark Horse Comics we have the release dates for all three volumes of Avatar-The High Ground. Amazon has different dates listed that don’t fully make sense, however these come directly from the publisher. This series is a prequel to Avatar-The Way of Water, so I’d expect all three volumes released before the Avatar sequel on 12/16/22, which these dates indicate.

Volume 1-It has been almost a decade since the humans were forced to leave Pandora–but now theyre returning–with an armada of heavily armed starships! After years of peace, Jake Sully has settled down with Neytiri and raised a family, so for him, the stakes are even higher than when he first went to war against the corporate might of the RDA.

Volume 2-Humans have returned to Pandora with an armada of starships but Jake Sully and the Navi are ready for them! Knowing this day would come, Jake has trained his Navi warriors with a plan that should make it too costly for the humans to try again . . . if the plan works.

But, any chain of events is only as strong as the weakest link, and in this case the weak link is human nature. As the plan unravels, Jake and Neytiri must race against time to return to Pandora and save their children before the starships land.

Volume 3-Jake Sully’s fears have come crashing to Pandora, gun’s blazing. The Sky People are planet-side, and taking Hell’s Gate by storm. Jake and Neytiri’s children are still on base, surrounded and outgunned. He will have to improvise and risk it all to protect his family, his people, and their home. The battle is underway and every Na’vi is in danger.

You can preorder all three volumes now-

Volume 1

Volume 2

Volume 3

SDCC 2022- New Avatar Lego Sets Shown

SDCC 2022- New Avatar Lego Sets Shown

Lego was at San Diego Comic Con this weekend and unveiled four new Avatar sets. Three of the sets we knew were coming, and one unknown set from the Brick Headz line.

Neytiri & Thanator vs AMP Suit Quaritch-75571

https://www.lego.com/en-us/product/neytiri-thanator-vs-amp-suit-quaritch-75571

This set inspired by the end of the original Avatar movie where Neytiri confronts Quartich as he is coming close to killing Jake. It includes Neytiri and Colonel Miles Quaritch Mini figs, a build-able thanator, and AMP Suit. It also includes some color Pandoran flora to build as well. It’s 560 pieces and is listed for $44.99 with a release date of 10/1/22.

Jake & Neytiri’s First Banshee Flight-75572

https://www.lego.com/en-us/product/jake-neytiri-s-first-banshee-flight-75572

This set is inspired by the original Avatar movie when Jake take’s his first flight after he completes Iknimaya, with Neytiri by his side. It includes Jake Sully and Neytiri mini figures, plus a build-able ikran for Jake and Neytiri. Also it has build-able flora that doubles as a stand for each ikran. It is 572 pieces, will cost $59.99, is set to release on 10/1/22, and can currently be pre-ordered through Lego.com. See the link above to secure your set.

Floating Mountains: Site 26 & RDA Samson-75573

https://www.lego.com/en-us/product/floating-mountains-site-26-rda-samson-75573

This set is inspired by Site 26 from the original Avatar movie, it was a remote site set up high in the Hallelujah Mountains where Grace could work with less interference from the RDA powers that be. It includes Jake Sully in his human form and in his iconic yellow wheelchair, human Grace, Trudy Chacon, Jake Sully in his Avatar, and Norm Spellman in his Avatar. It has a direhorse, a build-able link shack, Trudy’s Sampson, and flora that doubles as a stand for the Sampson. The Direhorse feels a little out of place with this set at they are at a location on top of a floating mountain, but I won’t complain they included an extra. Also of note, Trudy has her warpaint on that she had during the final battle of the movie, and her Sampson is also adorned in the paint shown in the final battle. Looking through the photos it looks as if the human Jake and Grace have a reversible head, one side with a mask and one side without, Trudy also looks as if you can display her with her warpaint or without. Very cool touches, I love the attention to detail. This set is 887 pieces, will cost $99.99 and release on 10/1/22.

Jake Sully & his Avatar-40554

https://www.lego.com/en-us/product/jake-sully-his-avatar-40554

The last set shown at SDCC was from the stylized Brick Headz line. It features Jake in a build-able human form, and Avatar form. It is 246 pieces, will cost $19.99 and release on 10/1/22.

For our previous coverage of Lego Avatar sets-https://avatarsequels.com/lego-con-2022/

Empire Magazine Exclusive Avatar content

Empire Magazine Exclusive Avatar content

Over the last few days Empire Magazine has been dropping Avatar bombshells on us all, it’s really been quite amazing. From never before seen photos to new quotes and information about the Avatar sequels. This is a break down of those articles.

6/30-We got to see the two covers for the upcoming August release of Empire magazine, the standard cover has Ronal on it, and the subscriber cover has Kiri on it. This is our first official confirmation of who Kiri is. It was recently speculated that Kiri was Grace/Sigourney Weaver, we now know that Sigourney is indeed playing the character, and she is the adopted daughter of Jake and Neytiri. While that still leaves a lot to be answered about the character it was awesome getting that confirmation so quickly. If you’d like to order a copy of Empire you can do so here- https://www.greatmagazines.co.uk/empire-august-2022 It hits newsstands on 7/7/22.

7/1-Next up was a new photo showing Ronal (Kate Winslet) and Tonowari (Cliff Curtis). Kate describes Ronal as- “She is deeply loyal and a fearless leader. She is strong. A warrior. Even in the face of grave danger, and with an unborn baby on board, she still joins her people and fights for what she holds most dear. Her family and their home.” Kate also goes on to brag about her achievement of holding her breathe for 7 minutes and 14 seconds while free diving for the movie. We also learn that when Jake and Neytiri are displaced from their home and flee to the Metkayina’s waterworld, we are supposed to expect friction, drama, and conflict. It’s not going to be easy for the Sully family.

7/1-Also on July first we learned more about Sigourney Weaver playing Kiri, and got a new photo. The photo is very interesting, showing Kiri watching a video of Grace, further cementing the theory that she isn’t simply a new character played by Sigourney, but has serious ties to Grace herself. Recently a few of us theorized on who Kiri could be among other things, all that information was put together in a lovely blog post by EanaUnil and can be read here- https://layonyayo.com/clearing-up-the-confusion-about-the-children-avatar-2-the-way-of-water/

In this article we are told there are things about Kiri that we need to know. The only thing we haven’t already discussed however is that she’s a Na’vi. Which is very interesting as we can see she has 5 fingers and toes through photos already released, plus she still has that Grace nose that was very specific to Graces Avatar.

7/2- “What I said to the Fox regime at the time was, ‘I’ll do it, but we’ve got to play a larger game here. I don’t want to just do a movie and do a movie and do a movie. I want to tell a bigger story.’ I said, ‘Imagine a series of novels like The Lord Of The Rings existed, and we’re adapting them.’ Now, that was great in theory, but then I had to go create the frickin’ novels from which to adapt it. I had to think long and hard whether I even wanted to make another Avatar film, because it was kind of ours to lose. When you’ve done something that’s been that transcendent in terms of success, do you really want to go try and do that again? There’s a lot of pressure on it. I thought about it for a good two years before we finally made a deal.” -James Cameron, Avatar director and creator

I think what might be even more interesting that the James Cameron quotes is this photo of a Tulkun and Jake and Neytiri’s son, Lo’ak. If you remember when the Avatar Sequel titles were leaked several years back they were-

Avatar: The Way Of Water

Avatar: The Seed Bearer

Avatar: The Tulkun Rider

Avatar: The Quest For Eywa

The Way of Water has turned out to be the title they stuck with for Avatar 2, but look at what could be the title for Avatar 4, The Tulkun Rider. Could Lo’ak end up being the Tulkun Makto? That question won’t be answered for years, but it’s something to file away. The first trailer for Avatar 2 and this photo has been sure to make sure and create a connection between Lo’ak and a tulkun.

7/3- Now we have official confirmation that Quaritch is back, in an Avatar. It’s something we already knew from the trailer however again it hadn’t been touched on in an official capacity. Empire goes on to tell us that this time Quaritch is back in Na’vi form, his consciousness having been added to an avatar body. Something I want to touch on here, is they say Na’vi form, they also said that Kiri is an Na’vi, it could be they are using the word Na’vi incorrectly. Obvioulsy Avatar’s have Na’vi DNA and look roughly like them, however I think Empire is possibly using the word incorrectly with Kira and with Quaritch.

Stephen Lang goes on to say about Quaritch, “He’s bigger, he’s bluer, he’s pissed off. But there may possibly be an aspect of humility. When you take two Na’vi arrows in the chest, that’s gonna have some kind of effect on you. [He] was always a character who moved in straight lines and at right angles, but now he is as lithe as they come. He can move with the same kind of cunning and feral quality that any of the Na’vi can.”

Empire also explains that the RDA has a whole set of Recoms, aka Recombinants, which are Avatars embedded with the memories of human soldiers. So this is an explanation for who or what the new Quaritch is, and why we see him with Lyle Wainfeet in the trailer, who was also previously killed in Avatar. Jon Landau also brings up the Recoms and the RDA.  “They are coming back with an armada to take back the prized possession that they lost. This time, they’ve built an entire new city, Bridgehead, and are stripping away the resources of Pandora’s oceans and they have a weapons-spewing 3D printing facility that means they’re even more tooled-up this time around. This is RDA scale,” promises producer Jon Landau.

7/4- We got an amazing photo of the Sully family. The Sully Clan L-R-Kiri (Sigourney Weaver), Neytiri (Zoe Saldana), Neteyam (Jamie Flatters), Spider (Jack Champion), Lo’ak (Britain Dalton), Tuktirey (Trinity Bliss), and Jake Sully (Sam Worthington). We didn’t get much new information, a couple nice quotes and this fantastic photo.

“I’m a father of five. I look around, I don’t want to specifically say the Marvel Universe, or the DC Universe, at current fantasy and science-fiction and all these heroes seem unbound in the mire of relationships, the stuff that pulls you down and clips your wings, that stops you running around and risking your life. I thought, ‘What if I take these incredible characters of Jake and Neytiri and give them a family?’ That gives them feet of clay right there.” -James Cameron

“It’s about what you are teaching your children as they develop, and grow. Jake comes from the point of view of being a Marine and leans into that way of thinking because that’s what was ingrained in him about surviving. Pacifism and militarism are definitely going to come clashing.” -Sam Worthington/Jake Sully

7/4- James Cameron is unsure if he will direct Avatar 4 and 5.

“The Avatar films themselves are kind of all-consuming. I’ve got some other things I’m developing as well that are exciting. I think eventually over time – I don’t know if that’s after three or after four – I’ll want to pass the baton to a director that I trust to take over, so I can go do some other stuff that I’m also interested in. Or maybe not. I don’t know. Everything I need to say about family, about sustainability, about climate, about the natural world, the themes that are important to me in real life and in my cinematic life, I can say on this canvas. I got more excited as I went along. Movie four is a corker. It’s a mother******. I actually hope I get to make it. But it depends on market forces. Three is in the can so it’s coming out regardless. I really hope that we get to make four and five because it’s one big story, ultimately.” -James Cameron

7/5- James Cameron addresses the Avatar trolls, Avatar has made 2.84 billion and is the all time highest grossing film, after losing the spot temporarily to Avengers: Endgame. It’s set to raise that number even higher (can we say first film to reach 2 billion and 3 billion) when it’s rereleased this September (9/23/22) in the US. The first Avatar movie was 162 minutes long and Avatar 2 The Way of Water is going to be almost 3 hours in length.

“The trolls will have it that nobody gives a shit and they can’t remember the characters’ names or one damn thing that happened in the movie. Then they see the movie again and go, ‘Oh, okay, excuse me, let me just shut the f*** up right now.’ So I’m not worried about that.” “I don’t want anybody whining about length when they sit and binge-watch [television] for eight hours. I can almost write this part of the review. ‘The agonisingly long three-hour movie…’ It’s like, give me a f***ing break. I’ve watched my kids sit and do five one-hour episodes in a row. Here’s the big social paradigm shift that has to happen: it’s okay to get up and go pee.” -James Cameron