As we previously reported, James Cameron’s Avatar has inspired a series of Disney amusement park adventures that should be ready in time for Avatar 2's release in 2014.
It's obviously a no brainer idea, but the news just hit that Avatar theme park rides are currently in development and will be coming to Disney World.
3D movies may not be catching on in living rooms across the United States, but global 3D box office revenue hit $6.1 billion in 2010 - more than double the $2.5 billion generated in 2009.
Harry Potter may have made his final bow on the silver screen, but he’s raked in a ton of dough with Deathly Hallows: Part 2.
Nickelodeon has released a trailer for the Avatar: The Last Airbender mini-series.
With the disappointing box office results for the latest Pirates of the Caribbean and Kung Fu Panda installments, reports that 3D is in trouble have flooded a number of industry publications.
The next big deal for 3D master James Cameron may be a video game.
James Cameron's Avatar was a highlight for the 3D film industry, but it was missing something...
Sure, 3D has its detractors and, er, rather loud critics. But the format - which is rapidly evolving - still manages to generate a tidy sum of money for a number of Hollywood studios.
Recently, NASA identified a world known as KOI 326.01. The planet is a tad smaller than Earth, with an average temperature lower than water’s boiling point. Still, in some ways KOI 326.01 is somewhat analogous to Earth, at least in size.
Scientists have been able to 'project' people's consciousness into a computer avatar, in much the same way as happens in the movie.
The man whose 3D movie made more money than any movie in history will be the inaugural recipient of the International 3D Society's Harold Lloyd Award, honoring excellence in the art of 3D filmmaking.
Heralded director James Cameron thinks that within a few years, advertising that a movie is available in 3D won't be such a big deal anymore...because almost every single film in theaters will be presented in the new format.
Avatar is available on Blu-ray 3D today. It's perhaps the best showcase title to demonstrate the power of the new 3D medium. But...if you don't own or plan to own a Panasonic 3D TV, the only way to get a copy is to buy a $400 bundle that you can't use with your TV, or get one from a scalper on Ebay.
If you had a snazzy brand new 3D TV and an expensive Blu-ray 3D player, what's the number one movie you'd want to watch? Avatar? Unfortunately for you, it's pretty exclusive right now.
If you’ve been waiting and praying for the day when Japanese vocalist Hatsune Miku will sing in English, well my friends, that day has finally come.
A Scottish group of games researchers is launching a 'virtual camera' that mimics techniques pioneered in James Cameron’s Avatar. Based on a Nintendo Wii-like motion controller, it will cost under $200.
After multiple theatrical runs and two separate home video releases, Avatar still needs to be released on the Blu-ray 3D format. But after that, James Cameron will stop peddling the movie around.
So when you create the highest-grossing movie of all time, what do you do for your next project? For James Cameron, the answer is: use the exact same story.
3D movies such as Avatar may be all the rage, but enthusiasm for the relatively nascent medium has yet to significantly accelerate mainstream adoption of 3D-enabled television sets.