I'm sure everybody is aware that in lieu of the release of the Blu-ray/DVD for Avatar; sharp, refreshing images will be uploaded to replace the lower quality ones.
However in order to efficiently use these we wish to avoid the use of numbers or overly large descriptions as a title. e.g: http://james-camerons-avatar.wikia.com/wiki/File:6a0120a5d82bb3970c0120a71a0c26970b-500wi.jpg. To prevent this occurring in future we are simply asking that uploaders either:
a) Use any sort of template to name the images. e.g. follow the fo.loc.metcap template; i.e. focus, location, method of capture. Focus being whatever the majority of the image shows. This can include flora, fauna, objects, characters etc, location is where the image was taken (in univers…Read more >
Its a science fiction movie, nobody’s ever really dead in a science fiction movie,” teased James Cameron tonight in a CNN interview with Larry King, when asked about the potential for an “Avatar” sequel. “We might be persuaded [to make a sequel,” Cameron said, joking, “We’ll have to see how much money the movie makes first.
He made the joke on the day that the film surpassed “Titanic” to become the highest grossing film in U.S. movie history. On a more serious note, Cameron said that he while he has not written a script for the next “Avatar,” he has a general story arc in mind and has begun technical discussions.
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There is about a million (extaggeration) of these articles of people being depressed etc...If anyone is feeling like some of those people blogging quoted in those articles here at this wiki I'll turn into the [free hugs guy] (from Australia i might add) and buy a (really expensive) ticket to your workplace. :)Read more >
James Cameron makes dangerous movies -
Evidence is this sad story:
A 42-year-old Taiwanese man died of a stroke, which his doctor claims was likely triggered by “over-excitement” from watching James Cameron’s Avatar in 3D. According to News.com.au, the man began to feel sick during a screening earlier this month and was taken to hospital. Mr Kuo, who had a documented history of high blood pressure, arrived unconscious and a cat scan revealed that his brain was haemorrhaging. The man died 11 days later from the brain haemorrhage, which his doctor claims was triggered “from watching the movie.”
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In the Avatar film, humans are said to be 'intelligent' and more intelligent then the Na'vi. Does anyone think there is a problem with this seeing as humans are apparently intelligent enough to nearly annihilate life on Earth and strangle out all other living creatures, threatening their own existence? This occurs while the Na'vi live without hindrance in perfect equilibrium displaying apparent 'self-control'. Furthermore, what made us go past this point which we were undoubtedly at in our history and start down this spiral path of destruction?Read more >