Avatar is everywhere today. Earlier we brought you a video clip from the film and now we’ve got the final theatrical poster. It’s similar to the previous ones that feature Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana, but this version looks much better. It maintains the close up on their two characters but the focus is a lot softer.
Check out the full poster below…
Avatar is directed by James Cameron and will debut in theaters on Friday, December 18, 2009. The film stars Worthington as Jake Sully, a physically handicapped Marine who’s given a new lease on life thanks to an exclusive science program. He’s able to walk again via an artificial alien body grown from a chamber called an “avatar.” He uses it to submerge himself among an alien race called the Na’vi but soon realizes he’s in way over his head.
Avatar has a lot of hype to live up to following Cameron’s last feature length movie, Titanic. It’s also the most expensive film that 20th Century Fox has ever produced, which means a lot of money needs to be earned when it hits theaters next week. Only time will tell if it will be a success, but the marketing department at Fox refuses to leave anything up to chance. In a last ditch effort, they’ve released this piece of promotional material.
Check it out.
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