0When James Cameron said Avatar was a “game changer”, he was right for the wrong reasons. Yes, there will be an influx of 3D films to come for the foreseeable future, but when it comes right down to it, many of those pictures will be converted to the format rather than actually shot for it like Avatar was. While 3D is really just the studios way to combat piracy and make an extra dolla...[Read More]
20th Century Fox has officially announced the Blu-ray / DVD release date for the sci-fi Juggernaut that has earned over $2.6 billion dollars worldwide. How will Avatar fair in 2D? How stunning will it be on Blu-ray? We’ll all find out on… ** Now with Cover Art **
Let me get this out of the way. It’s a been a while since I’ve been excited about a M. Night Shyamalan film. The trailer for The Last Airbender has arrived online and after watching I cannot wait to see this on the big screen.
Avatar has finally done it. It has surpassed Titanic as the all-time highest domestic grossing film. Having passed the $600 million mark his morning, AVATAR now holds the dual title of both the largest grossing domestic, and international, film of all time.
There were few surprises this morning for the majority of the categories. However, with the Academy making 10 films eligible for BEST PICTURE there were going to be a few. Like, UP squeezing into both BEST PICTURE and BEST ANIMATED FILM. UP is the first animated feature since BEAUTY AND THE BEAST to appear in that category. The most shocking nomination for BEST PICTURE for me was DISTRICT 9. A wel...[Read More]
Holy Moly! Avatar is unstoppable. It has just officially surpassed The Dark Knight in domestic box office gross and is set to beat Titanic for all time domestic box office champ shortly after, a feat it just accomplished internationally. I can attest to it’s popularity having plunked down my $13.50 last night to see it for the first time. Here it is about a month after it opened and the thea...[Read More]
20th Century Fox’s handling of the marketing for Avatar does not truly reflect the magnitude of this film. However, I don’t really see how they could have properly marketed the breadth and dimension presented in this nearly 3-hour thrill-ride. Perhaps it’s because I saw it in 3D and not 2D, but this massively impressive and engrossing film IS something that MUST be seen on the b...[Read More]