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Posted October 7, 2010 / Updated December 4, 2010.

LOS ANGELES, CA. (October 7th, 2010) Director James Cameron is unlocking the secrets of Pandora and taking fans on a guided tour of his vision with the highly anticipated release of AVATAR Extended Collectors Edition on Blu-ray and DVD releasing November 16th in North America and rolling out internationally from November 15th. These exclusive Extended Collectors Editions come with iconic, collectible packaging to get fans to experience Pandora like never before. With three versions of the film, AVATAR fans will get an all-new extended cut of the film and hours of never-before seen material including over 45 minutes of amazing deleted scenes!

“I told our team — let’s do the ultimate box set of Avatar, with everything in it the fans could possibly want. There’s an extended length cut that’s sixteen minutes longer, plus documentaries, behind the scenes featurettes, artwork and over 45 minutes of deleted scenes. Everything worth putting into a special edition is in this set,” said James Cameron.

The three-disc AVATAR Extended Collectors Edition Blu-ray and Theatrical Special Edition Re-Release DVD will both feature the original theatrical release, a special edition re-release, family audio track with all objectionable language removed and new collectors extended cut with sixteen more minutes including an exclusive alternate opening Earth scene. Viewers will journey to the depths of Pandora with filmmakers during “Capturing Avatar“, an in-depth feature length documentary covering the 16 year filmmaker journey including all new interviews with James Cameron, Jon Landau and cast and crew exploring James Camerons unique vision for the film seen by more than 310 million people worldwide. The Oscar and Golden Globe winning epic is the highest grossing film of all time, taking in over $2.7 billion in worldwide box office. It is also the top-selling Blu-ray disc of all time.

The AVATAR Extended Collectors Edition Blu-ray will also have even more bonus material and interactive viewing. Through the unparalleled, interactive technology of Blu-ray, fans can dive further into the world of the Navi and experience the #1 international sensation from behind the scenes, with a master class on the production of the film. Leveraging the interactivity of Blu-ray, viewers can experience the full film in three stages of production: Performance Capture, Template ( 1990s video game version) and Final as well as a composite of all stages in Pandoras Box. This will be supported with interviews by Jim Cameron and the filmmakers and serve as a master class on the making of AVATAR.

AVATAR Extended Collections Edition: 3-Disc Collectors Edition Blu-ray: Catalog #: 2271369 (available for the suggested retail price of $54.99 U.S. / $66.99 Canada.)

Disc One


* Original Theatrical Version

* Special Edition Re-Release

* Collectors Extended Cut

o 16 more minutes and exclusive alternate opening

Family Audio Track (All Objectionable Language Removed)


* Original Theatrical Release

* Special Edition Re-release

Disc Two


* “Capturing Avatar” An in-depth feature length documentary with James Cameron, Jon Landau and cast and crew

* Deleted Scenes including over 45 minutes of new never-before-seen deleted scenes

* Production Materials

Disc Three


* Open Pandoras Box and go deeper into the filmmaker process

* Interactive Scene Deconstruction: Explore the various stages of production through 3 different viewing modes

* Production Shorts: 17 featurettes covering performance capture, scoring the film, 3D fusion camera, stunts and much more

* Avatar Archives including original scriptment, 300 page screenplay and the extensive Pandorapedia

* BD-live Portal with additional bonus materials

AVATAR Collectors Edition: 3-Disc Special Edition DVD: Catalog #: 2271367 (available for the suggested retail price of $34. 98 U.S./$45.98 Canada)

Disc One


* Original Theatrical Version

* Special Edition Re-release

* Collectors Extended Cut

o 16 more minutes and exclusive alternate opening

Disc Two


* Original Theatrical Version

* Special Edition Re-release

* Collectors Extended Cut

Disc Three


* Capturing Avatar An in-depth feature length documentary with James Cameron, Jon Landau and cast and crew

* Deleted Scenes including over 45 minutes of new never-before-seen deleted scenes

Read our Avatar: Extended Collector’s Edition Review

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AVATAR Extended Collectors Edition will be available on Blu-ray Disc and DVD everywhere in the United States and Canada on November 16th. International release dates and product information may vary by market. Please contact your local Twentieth Century Fox office to confirm country specific information.

AVATAR EXTENDED COLLECTORS EDITION BLU-RAY

Street Date: November 16, 2010

Prebook Date: October 10, 2010

Screen Format: Widescreen (2.35:1)

Audio: English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio (BD) / English 5.1 Dolby Digital (DVD)

French, Spanish and Portuguese 5.1 Dolby Digital

Subtitles English for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Spanish, French

U.S. Rating: PG-13

Total Run Time: 162 Minutes Original Theatrical Version

Closed Captioned: YES

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Avatar (2009) – Alternate versions

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  • Avatar (Special Edition)
    The following scenes have been added:

    • The first flight across Pandora is longer, with the helicopter flying past the Stuurmbeast herd. Grace informs Norm and Jake about it.
    • The squad reaches the abandoned school, revealing that Grace teaches English to the Na’vi children until a serious incident occurred (bullet holes around, etc.) which was insinuated.
    • Jake and Neytiri running through the neon-lit woods is slightly longer.
    • When Jake joins the circle, a little Na’vi girl smiles at him curiously, but her father holds her back. Neytiri then arrives and hands Jake a fruit.
    • Jake tries to ask Neytiri her name, but she seems annoyed by that.
    • Jake, Grace, and Norm proceed from the helicopter to the secluded laboratory, with an explanation about the mountains.
    • At night, Jake and Neytiri run through the luminescent forest.
    • After Jake touches the Fan Lizard, it flies away in a radiant glow. Its fellow species follow suit and, to the delight of Jake and Neytiri, raise themselves into the air.
    • As Jake and the other Na’vi climb the mountain, Neytiri flies past them on her banshee, Seze.
    • The Na’vi go for an aerial hunt for Stuurmbeast. Jake shoots one and exclaims in excitement. Neytiri follows suit as well.
    • The Na’vi destroy the Hell Trucks of the mining company.
    • The next morning, Wainfleet’s squad sifts through the remains of the Hell Trucks. It turns out that the Na’vi also killed the soldiers. Quaritch and Selfridge watch the live broadcast.
    • Tsu’tey’s fall from the sky is longer. A few plants decelerate and break his fall.
    • The scene with the Hammerhead Titanotheres has been extended.
    • The fight between Neytiri on a Thanathor and Quaritch is slightly longer.
    • Tsu’Tey’s death: He knows he is dying and appoints Jake to be his successor. He insists that Jake kill him because, according to Na’vi customs, Jake has to pass him to Eywa by killing him with his own hands. Neytiri starts to cry. Jake reluctantly complies with his wish, stabbing him with a knife as the camera passes by him.
    • The end credits have an addition using Discovery Zone’s Bless the Plague soundtrack. The copyright year has been replaced with 2010.
  • Avatar (Extended Cut) – The following scenes have been added:

    • The biggest addition is the alternate opening, where Jake describes life on Earth. At a bar with his friend, he gets into a fight with a man who was hitting his girlfriend. However, the doorman throws him out into a back alley. Two men then approach him to inform him of his twin brother Tommy’s death and propose that he takes his brother’s place. There’s a closeup shot of Tommy’s face during his cremation, which transitions to Jake aboard the spaceship, emphasizing their twin relationship.
    • Before flying from the Venture Star to Pandora, an extra line has been added from the pilot: “Copy, Venture Star. Go for de-orbit burn at 2-2-4 niner.”
    • The next two additions are related to the abandoned school scene in the Special Edition. The first occurs when Grace considers a picture of Neytiri that Jake finds; Grace reminisces about her time with Neytiri and her twin sister Sylwanin. She reveals that Sylwanin was killed, presumably by the mercenaries, and mentions that Norm had a relationship with her as well.
    • The second addition takes place after Grace insists Jake eat something. He sees a picture of Grace teaching a few Na’vi at the school, including a young Neytiri and her twin Sylwanin. Grace describes what happened on the day Sylwanin was killed and how the school was subsequently abandoned.
    • After the marines evacuate the lab and prepare for retaliation, there is an extended scene that reveals their intention and plans for a war with the Na’vi. The brief sequence that follows in the theatrical version was removed.
  • The film’s 3D, IMAX and home video release presents the film open-matte, at an aspect ratio of 1.78:1, meaning there was more picture information visible in the top and bottom of the frame than in normal theaters and 3D venues that played the film in scope and there is no letterboxed scope version of the film available on home video as well since director James Cameron felt that the 16×9 full frame version was the best format to watch the movie at home.

  • Avatar (2022 Re-Release) – The following scenes have been added:

    • The re-release replaces the 20th Century Fox logo with the 20th Century Studios logo.
    • Towards the end of the movie, when the remaining humans are leaving Pandora, a quick dialogue exchange has been inserted in the middle of the scene. It features a forbidding exchange between Parker Selfridge and Jake Sully. In this exchange, Parker steps out of the line and says, “You know this isn’t over, right?” The music turns sinister. After a quick glance, Parker gets back in line, and the movie resumes as originally presented.
    • The copyright year has been replaced with 2022.

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In an interview with Variety last year, James Cameron stated that he would like to try making a film that would have two versions at once: a compressed but more spectacular theatrical version with a running time of 2. 5 hours and a streaming version with a 6-hour viewing time.

However, it seems that in the case of “ Avatar 2 ” there is no longer version of the tape and there will not be . In a conversation with Polygon, producer Jon Landau provided some clarification on this, confirming that audiences going to the sequel to Avatar will see the final cut of .

He believes that Cameron will take the opportunity with two different versions for other stories, and as for Avatar 2 and even Avatar 3, he says there is not enough content in these tapes to be able to make longer director’s cuts.

At the same time, “Avatar: The Path of Water” itself turned out to be quite large. Its running time is 3 hours 12 minutes , which is significantly longer than the standard film length of 90-120 minutes.

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The director’s cut of Avatar will be extended by 9 minutes

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The director’s cut of “Avatar”, which will be released at the end of August 2010, will be longer than 8 minutes, as previously reported, but 9 minutes. This information was confirmed in an interview with MTV by James Cameron.

The director also specified which new scenes the audience will be able to see.

1. Scenes in the forest of Pandora, including several at night

2. Hunting scenes

3. Scenes of flying on the screens

4. Some emotional scene at the end of the film

5. Na’avi counterattack after the bulldozer episode

6. Episodes with Grace at school

7. Scenes with never-before-seen creatures of Pandora

8. Extended version of Jake and Neytiri’s love scene

Read the full interview of James Cameron later in the appropriate section of our portal.

Andrey Vorontsov

08/08/2010 08:02

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