James Cameron Says He Used To Be ‘Defensive’ About Making Expensive Movies Like Titanic And Avatar 2. Why He’s Not Now


James Cameron has created some of the biggest box office successes of all time. When Avatar became the highest grossing movie of all-time, the first time, it achieved that honor by surpassing Cameron’s own Titianic. However, while Cameron’s movies tend to make a lot of money, that’s almost by necessity, because they also tend to cost a lot of money. Cameron says he used to get defensive about the costs of his productions, but now he doesn’t because he knows he’s putting the money to good use.

Speaking with GQ, James Cameron says that, if he thinks there’s a good enough reason to it, he would argue in favor of spending $1 billion on a movie. His argument is that, quite simply, he doesn’t waste the money. Whatever he’s spending it’s because he thinks it’s needed to make the movie work. Cameron explains…

And I used to be really defensive about that because it was always the first thing anybody would mention. And now I’m like, if I can make a business case to spend a billion dollars on a movie, I will fucking do it. Do you want to know why? Because we don’t put it all on a pile and light it on fire. We give it to people.

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