James Cameron pushed the real lie budget to the limit

After “True Lies”, James Cameron continues to be one of Hollywood’s biggest spenders. In 1996, Cameron broke the cost-per-frame record during a ride other than the theme park at Universal Studios entitled “Terminator 2 3-D: Battle Through Time. “The trip featured a 12-minute short film directed by Cameron, starring Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, and cost $24 million of the trip’s $60 million budget. Cameron’s next hit movie, “Titanic”, famous 200 million dollars and studio alarms before becoming the first film to earn $1 billion.

Cameron may have started the trend of spending a lot of dollars on Hollywood blockbusters, but today, $100 million or more has become the norm. By 2009, even with a budget of $237 million, James Cameron’s “Avatar” came out at a lower cost than other productions of the time, namely “But the pirate of the Caribbean“franchise. That said, Cameron could always reclaim the industry record for future “Avatar” franchise entries.

When Disney funded Cameron’s vision for “Avatar,” which ended with the acquisition of 20th Century Fox, the studio was also prepping a new series based on “True Lies” that would make its Disney+ debut early 2023. With the fit “True Lies 2” is unlikely to happenThis is the best that fans of the 1994 film can expect.

At the time of release, Cameron commented that with all the money spent on visual effects, the “True Lies” scene that the audience liked the most is the stripper Curtis performs in what she believes to be a secret spy mission. He joked, “I could have saved a lot of money.” Let’s hope the new series takes this lesson and invests as much in developing its female characters as in the action movies.

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