Michelle Rodriguez refused to allow James Cameron the idea of taking her back into the world of cinema symbol picture series, citing quite a few of its previous character revivals in other movie franchises.
tea fast and angry Clearly, the actress was unimpressed by the record-breaking box office records of the 2009 film in which she played sympathetic, pro-Navi combat pilot Trudy Chacon, and the film’s also successful sequel in 2022, Avatar: Water Road. So, I mentioned to Vanity FairWhen she met Cameron and he told her “I was thinking, ‘What if Michelle came back? ‘” Lots of other characters returned [in The Way of Water]“.” I said, “You can’t do that – you died a martyr.”
Aside from not wanting to tarnish the noble finish afforded to her character, Rodriguez’s insistence was a professional and creative decision. She says she told Cameron, “I’m back here vampireI wasn’t supposed to. I had returned sickleI wasn’t supposed to. I’m back with Letty [in 2013’s Fast & Furious 6]I wasn’t supposed to. We can’t do a fourth, that would be too much! “
At least inside symbol picture universe, the return of Michelle Rodriguez wouldn’t seem so unusual, since the original film’s main antagonist, played by Stephen Lang, also appeared, although he died in the first installment. Sigourney Weaver also starred in both films – playing anthropologist Dr. Grace Augustine in the first, and then playing Grace’s Na’vi daughter Kiri in the first. water way.
Rodriguez is currently promoting the supernatural crucifixion Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thievesopposite Chris Pine. Meanwhile, he cut nine hours off Avatar 3 It is being prepared as a limited series for Disney+.