‘The Way of Water’ becomes the most paradoxical James Cameron film as the ‘Sandman’ star explains why there will be no second season

Avatar: The Way of Water is currently in theaters and is a tidbit for viewers judging by social media, but strange as it is to believe, it could also be the most controversial film James Cameron has ever produced.

In other news, The Sandman Cast explains why the next few episodes won’t span the show’s second season as new MCU rumors allow Emily Blunt to breathe a long-overdue sigh of relief.

The way of the water is one of the best and worst rated James Cameron films at the same time

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Avatar: The Way of Water is the most expensive sequel in film history, and by now everyone knows how obsessed James Cameron was with every frame of the story to perfection, be it from a visual or narrative point of view. It seems interesting though, despite the film doing as well as one might expect on the global box office charts The way of the water is quite unique in that it is simultaneously one of the lowest and highest rated films Cameron has ever directed.

The Sandman Season 2 will not be called The Sandman Season 2 and there’s a good reason for it

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Despite these surprise episodes The Sandman has more stories to tell until Neil Gaiman is satisfied with the first arc of the series, which is why the next set of episodes from the Netflix adaptation will not span the second season. As Kirby Howell-Baptiste recently explained:

“Well I would say I think part of the hesitancy to call it season two is that one of the things about Sandman and one of the things about Neil is that Neil loves his fans and I think there is that Understanding that we told some of the stories and there is more to tell. So it’s about much more. And if you’re a fan of the comics, you know how many stories there are. It’s just that as soon as you put it in a TV format, it resolves.”

The latest MCU rumor may have brought some much-needed relief to Emily Blunt

Emily Stump
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John Krasinski’s disappointing debut as Reed Richards in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness ruined his chances of another proper return to the big screens with Emily Blunt. The fandom has cast the real-world couple as a superhero duo for ages, but given that every time a reporter asks Blunt about the MCU, Blunt gets a little less excited, the latest rumors about Sue Storm are becoming her finally calm down. Apparently, Marvel reached out to Mexican actress Eiza González Fantastic Four‘s Invisible Woman, which could suggest they might recast Krasinski as well, especially given his recent scathing comments about Doctor Strange 2.

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