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  1. The official final trailer has been released for "Avatar: The Way of Water," James Cameron's latest science-fiction fantasy epic which serves as the long-awaited sequel to Cameron's ground-breaking 2009 blockbuster "Avatar." Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER begins to tell the story of the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri, and their kids), the trouble that follows them, the lengths they go to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive, and the tragedies they endure. Avatar: The Way of Water stars Zoe Saldana, Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Cliff Curtis, Joel David Moore, CCH Pounder, Edie Falco, Jemaine Clement, Kate Winslet, Bailey Bass, Britain Dalton, Jamie Flatters, Jack Champion, and Trinity Jo-Li Bliss Avatar: The Way of Water is scheduled to open in theaters on December 16th.
  2. James Cameron’s Academy Award®-winning 2009 epic adventure “Avatar,” the most successful film of all time, returns to theaters on September 23 in stunning 4K High Dynamic Range. Written and directed by Academy Award® winner James Cameron, “Avatar” stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, Stephen Lang, Michelle Rodriguez, and Sigourney Weaver. The film was produced by James Cameron and Jon Landau. Nominated for nine Academy Awards® including Best Picture and Best Director, the film won three Oscars®, for Best Cinematography, Production Design, and Visual Effects.
  3. Avatar: The Way of the Water cast members Zoe Saldaña, Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, and Stephen Lang were in attendance for D23 while Director James Cameron streamed in from New Zealand to talk and show new scenes from the December 16th, 2022 release. Staff members handed out 3D glasses to audience members, who viewed Cameron’s immersive underwater work, and showed drama from the story but no context to hint at its larger plot. The film centers on Worthington’s Sully and Saldaña’s Na’vi character Neytiri. It picks up a decade after the original and follows their family, with additional stars including franchise newcomers Vin Diesel and Kate Winslet. “When we ended in part one, they chose each other, and they fought together, so the continuation of that bond meant they were going to grow as a family,” Saldaña said of Neytiri and Jake Sully’s relationship. Avatar: The Way of the Water is the sequel to Avatar, with three additional sequels all set for December 16th in 2024, 2026, and 2028. Source: The Hollywood Reporter
  4. McFarlane Toys today announced two new licenses based on Nickelodeon properties with Avatar The Legends Of Aang and The Legend of Korra . Look for these to be released in 2021.
  5. This 5" collectible figure with 22 points of articulation features interchangeable hands, plus accessories and collector's cards. This Aang figure comes with a glider and Momo figure, along with additional hand parts and head sculpts for amazing customization. You can pre-order this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. The figure includes the following: -2 Alternate head sculpts Smiling Avatar state -2 Alternate pairs of hands Holding hands Open hands -Momo figure -Glider
  6. Diamond Select is not a company that I frequently purchase from. I’m a casual fan of the Ghostbusters franchise, so as far as their line of figures goes from that, I only got the 4 busters in their original costumes and I only ever buy a marvel Select figure if it fits in with the legends line. I was excited by the prospects of their Tarantino line, but that didn’t survive past series 1. So needless to say, DST isn’t one of my favorites. Clearly, they weren’t on the level of Hasbro, NECA, Bandai, or even McFarlane or Mattel as far as I’m concerned. But for the last few shows they’ve been to (Toyfair and SDCC of 2019) they have really surprised me with a few of their offerings on display. Their line of Castlevania figures was the first that really shocked me. While not perfect, they seemed like a massive step up from their previous offerings. Around the same time, we began to see their John Wick stuff. While at first, the initial figure they showed didn’t seem all that impressive, it’s been at least a year since they first made the announcement, and at every subsequent show, the figures from the first and second film have gotten much better. Clearly there has been some process between prototype and final product that is actually an improvement. In some instances, this isn’t the case from other companies. At toyfair, one of the biggest surprises for me was the fact that they were to be making figures from HBO’s Westworld, which is currently one of my favorite shows. I had been wanting Figures from the property, but I didn’t expect them so soon, and was shocked to see them go to a company like DST. Last week at SDCC was the biggest surprise. A little bit about me, one of my all time favorite properties is Avatar: The Last Airbender. The original animated series was stupendous, but the lack of action figures was disheartening. Fisher Price had a line, but it was clearly not designed with adult collectors in mind. I even endured the terrible Shyamalan adaptation because it meant I could get some plastic versions of those characters I loved. Every year, be it TFNY or SDCC, I’m hoping and praying that someone would do Figures from the series. Maybe Bandai, as a part of the SHF line. Maybe Banpresto would do a statue line. I even thought there was a chance McFarlane would pick up the line, as they’re in the process of doing My Hero Academia, One Punch Man, and Naruto Figures. Yet, to my surprise, DST is to make this wish come true for me. They didn’t have any prototypes on display, but some pictures did leak from a panel. A few days later they went up for preorder. I’m honeslty astounded by how these look. With all of the effects and alternate pieces, and for $20 at retail? This is honestly a dream come true for me. It’s just so strange to see it come from a company that I’ve slept on for so long. And Avatar isn’t it. The Rocketeer figure they showed looks very cool, as do their Black Hole line and their upcoming Tron stuff. Have any of you had an experience like this? Where a company you didn’t spare much money or thoughts to comes in out of the blue and whacks you over the wallet?
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