The Mouse House has bought the licensing rights from Fox and plans to build out an attraction for their parks. An official announcement is expected shortly.
The “Avatar” experience – plans call for more than a single ride – will be built at Animal Kingdom, the newest of the four major theme parks that make up Disney World in Orlando, Fla., according to these people, who spoke on condition of anonymity because Disney did not authorize them to speak publicly.
James Cameron, the director of that science-fiction film, will collaborate with Disney on the attraction.
James Cameron tells EW that his two Avatar sequels will be released around Christmas of 2014 and 2015. We just blue ourselves.
How badly do you want to see the 3D version of Avatar on Blu-ray right now? Well, it appears that more than a few people are bursting at the seams to visit Pandora in all its 3D glory again ASAP. Currently, the only way to obtain a copy of the 3D Blu-ray version of the highest grossing film of all time is to purchase a Panasonic 3D TV. The film is being bundled with Panasonic’s new (2010) VIERA VT Series and GT Series Full HD 3D Plasma TVs. Given that the 3D disc is currently only available by buying the television, some smart-thinking individuals have decided to throw their copies of the film on eBay to see what they can get, and boy are people bidding. Bids currently range from $88 to $435. Now, Panasonic’s 3D Full HD Ultimate Pack, which includes theAvatar disc, is valued at $399.95. However, that includes two pairs of those super expensive electronic 3D glasses.
Come on people.
Hustler to Release Avatar 3D Porn Parody | /Film
Most expensive porn ever made!
Hustler has just wrapped production on what they are calling the highest-budget movie production to date, a XXX parody of James Cameron’s Avatar. Titled This Ain’t Avatar XXX, the video will be released in 3D and feature porn stars in blue Na’vi make-up getting it on. Hits shelves in September.
Sorry for the semi-NSFW image. But seriously, what?!
Apparently, in an effort to ensure not even one dollar is lost to dreaded pirates, Fox has added a DRM code that is rendering some DVDs of Avatar unplayable on Blu-ray.
Oh snap. What good is selling 1.5 million if they don’t work. DRM is d-r-dumb.