Stephen Lang discussed how to act while completely underwater during his appearance on GMA3.
Lang studied the development of the novel Avatar that led to a training in life and performed underwater scenes. Eventually, all was well-known.
It was long, arduous, hard, but rewarding. Lang told me. We all have this ability to hold our breath for many long periods of time, but we cannot take care of it. But so we realized we would need to act underwater. Wed do takes up to two minutes, There were those under us, Kate Winslet, for example, who could keep her breath for seven and a half minutes.
When asked about how long he could hold his breath, Lang described the difference between breathing and acting and breathing while static.
I think I could do 4 or 5 minutes, but when you act, it is different, explained Lang. That would be something I call an static hold. If you’re not doing anything, if you don’t like hanging out in the water, then I’ll give it a run. Without the help of Sam Worthington, I can’t stay under that long!
You can check the video below from the interview:
The return of #colonelquaritch: @IamStephenLang combines his early-stage reading with the book Avatar: The Way of Water. Here he shares how he got to behave under water and how the story began. pic.twitter.com/nobJgW1RcL has been writing for the first time in an hour.
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Avatar: The Way of Wateris is written and directed by James Cameron. The show will include Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Joel David Moore, Dileep Rao, Stephen Lang, Matt Gerald and Sigourney Weaver. Assembling young actors, other cast members include Kate Winslet,Edie Falco, Michelle Yeoh, Vincent Diesel, Jemaine Clement and Oona Chaplin.
The second of two films will be made on December 20, 2024, 4set for December 18, 2026 and 5 on December 22, 2028.