Download the Entire ‘Avatar’ Screenplay!

Compare the film's original script against the final cut, now in theaters and check out what didn't make it into the film.
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Fox let's you download the entire original Avatar script Fox has posted James Cameron's entire Avatar screenplay online for download. Compare the film's original script against the final cut, now in theaters and check out what didn't make it into the film.

CLICK HERE to grab the screenplay in PDF format right now!

Avatar, which stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Rodriguez, Giovanni Ribisi, Joel David Moore and Stephen Lang is the 10th highest grossing domestic film of all time, surpassing Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith and THe Lord of the Ring: Return of the King, and has also become the 2nd highest grossing film worldwide, right under James Cameron's Titanic.

Avatar was released December 18th, 2009.

Sources: 20th Century Fox

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  • Shaemus • 3 years ago

    Just curious about the "horrid dialogue" comments re Avatar. What's so bad about it? IMHO it's tight, efficient, delivers the story and character effectively, I don't get it. Can someone provide an example? Thanks.


    • 2movieguys • 6 years ago

      Very Cool....


      • azador • 6 years ago

        I agree, Comrade. The writing wasn't necessarily horrid, but it wasn't awe inspiring either. The acting and effects were what carried the movie.


        • taberjohnson18 • 6 years ago

          horrid dialogue works well?

          Come on. It's at the very least mediocre dialogue well-acted.


          • notgettingpaid • 6 years ago

            Cameron has admitted his hatred for having to write...and it is heartbreaking to imagine the work he would be doing if he didn't, because he is brilliant at it. He was in his thirties when he wrote most of this, and it reads like the work of a nine-year-old with a notepad, a flashlight, and a blanket over his head, because that is essentially what he has to be in order to get into writing mode. And it works. Routine storytelling, horrid dialogue, but it works. And well.


            • taberjohnson18 • 6 years ago

              Didn't they end up shooting a lot of stuff that got cut? Director's cut maybe?


              • johnnyblaze09 • 6 years ago

                Thanks for this! I'll read it when have time. This movie's still the highest earning, wow!


                • guidotkp3 • 6 years ago

                  Just what I want...Read a script that is just as boring as the movie was. I don't think so.


                  • gaj1992 • 6 years ago

                    Boondock saint, the only reason they were on pandora was because of these rocks.. not alot of the humans went there.. just a little bit so they can get the rocks...

                    as well as that i think that by earth they mean the small part where they show his bro dying and him going in his bro's place


                    • fanboy • 6 years ago

                      thats the the way to go war machine


                      • balanorange • 6 years ago

                        What? I have to read? Screw this.


                        • combatmadness360 • 6 years ago

                          i like that they included the actual planet earth in the screen play, and they only talk about it in the movie. i really wish that we could have seen what the humans have done to earth that so many had to leave to pandora


                          • narzion • 6 years ago

                            thank you


                            • brian • 6 years ago

                              Awesome. Totally wanna check out what didn't make it in...


                              • the-fallen • 6 years ago

                                Watching this movie once was good enough for me and i didnt Pay :P


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