Entertainment Movies 'Avatar 2' : James Cameron Reveals Story Revolves Around 'Marital Dispute' Between Jake and Neytiri James Cameron is diving deeper into his characters in Avatar 2 By Ale Russian Published on February 19, 2019 11:50 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Avatar 2 is going to get real personal. While the plot for the highly-anticipated sequel to the record-breaking 2009 blockbuster remains largely under wraps, director and writer James Cameron gave a few tidbits about what to expect in a new interview. Cameron revealed the sequel takes plays a few years after the original left off and Jake (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) are still together and have an 8-year-old daughter. And the director said that one “critical” scene is about an argument between the two main stars that is witnessed by their daughter. “There’s a three-page argument scene between Jake and Neytiri, a marital dispute, very, very critical to the storyline,” Cameron, 64, told Empire. “I wound up shooting it all from the point of view of the eight-year-old hiding under the structure and peeking in.” Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock Cameron has been talking more and more about the sequel, which reunites him with Titanic star Kate Winslet. The director revealed the Oscar-winning actress, 43, “was a phenomenal collaborator and just so gung-ho” about preparing for her role as Ronal, a free-diving member of the Pandoran race, in Avatar 2. WATCH: Avatar 2: First Look At Sequel’s Next Generation Cast The film required underwater scenes that Winslet had to prep for, Cameron told Vulture. “She was really excited about doing the water work and at her peak, I think she held her breath for seven-and-a-half minutes – not during the scene but just during the training,” he said. “She was regularly doing two-or-three minute scenes, underwater acting and swimming.” Cameron added, “She truly embraced the physicality of the character.” Kate Winslet Held Her Breath for ‘7-and-a-Half Minutes’ for Avatar Sequel, Says James Cameron “She was a dream to work with — not the pain in the a— that she was the first time,” he joked. “No, she was a dream on Titanic as well.” Avatar 2 is set to hit theaters Dec. 2020.