The horrible disasters Japan has been going through, will sure affect a lot of business project. Nations affected by disasters usually go through three-pronged effect.
First, there’s the devastation of the catastrophe itself. That’s followed by a rigorous rebuilding effort, and then ultimately, survivors take with them not only an altered sense of how to look at the world but also pleas and demands for increased safety and preventative measures. This is what is happening in Japan.
It will surely affect a wide range of business and industries, and may even slow down work on the sequel to the highest grossing film ever made, Avatar.
According to Coming Attractions, James Cameron has spent the last few months working out ways to film in 3D inside the Marianas Trench, but with the earthquake aftereffects still hitting daily with no end in sight, the expedition may need to be stopped out of safety as well as expected exorbitant insurance costs.
Thus Avatar 2 isn’t expected to see the light of day for at least another three years. There’s been no word from James Cameron or the studio; so, for now, we’ll just have to believe Coming Attractions’ very reasonable-sounding hypothesis.