The 3rd ‘Avatar’ TV Spot Arrives

Here's the latest video from James Cameron's anticipated film.
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The 3rd ‘Avatar’ TV Spot Arrives

20th Century Fox has just released the third TV spot for the upcoming film Avatar, which will be released in theaters nationwide on December 18. Click below to take a look at the latest video from this new blockbuster film.


Avatar stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Rodriguez, Giovanni Ribisi, Joel David Moore, CCH Pounder, Peter Mensah, Laz Alonso, Wes Studi, Stephen Lang, Matt Gerald and will be released on December 18 in theaters everywhere.

Avatar was released December 18th, 2009.

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  • stiles • 6 years ago

    the marketing on that trailer is really disney-fied, but I'm liking the footage more and more

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    • k-man • 6 years ago

      Hey Kingbrady, did you see it on TRUE IMAX or the new half-sized IMAX screens?

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      • 07cabrala • 6 years ago

        looking awesome!

        Can't wait to see it in Imax 3D

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        • pypebomb • 6 years ago

          Saw the 16min sneek peek in Imax 3d...i'll be there on opening day, ready to f*cking spill the f*cking blood of any line jumpers.

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          • zanyzap • 6 years ago

            Never been to the IMAX for a feature-length Hollywood blockbuster. Well, there's a first time for everything. Avatar headlines.

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            • kingbrady • 6 years ago

              I saw A Christmas Carol on IMAX and the snowing scenes were amazing, see this movie on IMAX 3D vs just 3D its a huge difference, this movie will be a visual spectacle, and first thought came to mind was hmmmm maybe my 9 yr old would wanna watch this now lol

              im excited, the IMAX experience for this will be mind blowing

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              • zanyzap • 6 years ago

                "The greatest adventure of all-time." Cameron's patting himself on the back again. ;P

                I agree with K-Man; the trailer was very family-friendly-oriented. And, the annoying-announcer-voice was on level with screwdrivers bloodily spearing my ears.

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                • k-man • 6 years ago

                  Even though the music in this particular T.V. Spot is extremely childish and gay, I have to say it's an extremely smart move on Fox's part considering the tone makes it much more appealing to younger kids and teens. Its funny how much a simple change in score brings an entirely new perspective to a film.

                  Either way, I'm pumped for this! I cant wait to see it on the big screen and in 3D.

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                  • avian005 • 6 years ago

                    Amazing, this movie, will be.

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