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Wednesday, 30 September 2009

AVATAR Concept Art and Second Trailer

The upcoming movie Avatar is pretty damn exciting. The very prospect of 3D cinema without 3D glasses is exciting enough without everything I've heard about Avatar, along with the stills and that first trailer

There has been negative comments flowing around and I agree that the crazy blue dudes (also known as the Na'vi) do look a little bit odd and computer-gamey, but if you are a nerd like me and read Empire (or have heard from anyone else who has seen preview clips of the film) then you would have heard that it looks amazing - and feels amazing too, as it is meant to be some kind of next-level experience. I can't wait till December 18 when it comes out.

Good news then that a second trailer is due to hit the web sometime ''soon'', according to MarketSaw, whose source has the following to say about upcoming promo for Avatar:

"...there are more trailers than I can count on 2 hands. (TV spots) (featurettes) (Ubisoft promo reels) etc, etc, and yes "exclusive" content will be available on".

He also confirmed what we have been thinking for some time now - the next trailer will feature "more than 3 lines of dialogue" and further, Stephen Lang and Sigourney Weaver will have heavier exposure as will the Na'vi.

But out of all the news - this is what I find the most interesting: We will see glimpses of future Earth and with the "Story Trailer" in particular we will see some of the 
"incredible performance that Sam Worthington gives as Jake". Pandora's night life will also play a role.

He reiterated that of course this could all change on a dime given the track record of getting media pieces out to the masses, but this is what he has seen.

As far as when the next trailer will makes its debut: 
"I have no solid date to give you on the 2nd trailer front other than to say that it is coming *soon*"


Until then, check out this ridiculous concept art from

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