Avatar 2 – one of Stephen Lang’s scenes is improvised, and the significant antagonist may have been male
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In the film Avatar: Water Creature he came back Stephen Lang. The actor reprized his role as Miles Quaritch, but this time in the body of Na’vi. In one of the scenes, the antagonist came across the remains of his former human body and it turns out that what he did with them was improvisation.
This information was revealed by Lang and James Cameron during one of the Q&A sessions devoted to the second part Avatar. The director revealed that picking up the skull “Hamlet style” from the ground and then destroying it with his bare hands was 100% the actor’s idea.
I think it was a dream I had and it was something I decided to pass on. It’s a great proof of confidence on the part of the screenwriter that he decided to use it. And thank you for attributing it to me Lang said.
Stephen Lang’s impromptu scene is not the only curiosity about it Avatar 2which has recently hit the web. One of the concept arts reveals that at some stage of production it was planned that General Ardmore, played in the film, would be Edie Falcowas a man. It is not known why it was finally decided to change the gender of this character, but considering how long the film was made, it is not particularly surprising, and this idea may come from the beginning of work on this production.