The great science fiction writer hurried to refute the claims of plagiarism that appeared on the network in the Avatar blockbuster.
As previously reported, the network has information that Boris Strugatsky accuses the creator of the film "Avatar" James Cameron in plagiarism.
The report also said that the scenario of the sensational film "Avatar" was copied from the work of the Strugatskys "World of Noon", released in the mid-60s. Cameron himself has repeatedly admitted that the script was written more than 15 years ago.
For example, the planet Pandora with fantastic flora and fauna, which is shown in the film Avatar, was described by the Strugatsky brothers in the novel Anxiety.
There, the natives of Pandora look like dogs. In Cameron's tape, a planet is inhabited by creatures resembling cats.
Recently, there have been reports on the Internet that I, B. Strugatsky, accuse the creators of the film "Avatar" of conscious plagiarism, namely - use of materials of the writings of the Strugatsky brothers concerning the planet Pandora and a variety of adventures on it.
1. I have never blamed the creators of the film "Avatar" for plagiarism and no further intent to blame.
2. I have not seen the film "Avatar" and I know nothing about him, except that the action takes place there on the planet of the monsters Pandora.