Sunday, December 20, 2009

7 Things About Avatar

"It's like dreaming with your eyes open..."

Много красиви картини има във филма

collections of Cameron's quotes:

1. Inspiration “My inspiration is every single science fiction book I read as a kid. And a few that weren't science fiction. “The Edgar Rice Burroughs books, H. Rider Haggard — the manly, jungle adventure writers. I wanted to do an old-fashioned jungle adventure, just set it on another planet, and play by those rules.”

2. Pandora “Pandora is Earth like, it has lush rainforests filled with incredible life forms like a 1,000 foot tall trees, a myriad of creatures, some of which are quite beautiful, some of which are quite terrifying.“

3. Na’vi “Pandora’s natives, the Na’vi, live in a state that we would consider primitive –bows and arrows, that sort of thing – but who ultimately prove to be much wiser than we are.
They’re 10 feet tall, blue skin, striped like tigers and quite fierce looking. They normally live harmoniously in their forest environment, but can be ferocious when provoked.”

4. Avatars “Humans can’t breathe the air on Pandora, so it was decided to create a human/Na’vi hybrid via genetic engineering, called the Avatars. They’re living, breathing bodies in a real world, not synthetic alter egos- this is not a Matrix style story. They’re controlled by a human driver, who projects their consciousness onto the Avatar body.”

5. Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) “Our main character, Jake Sully, a marine who is wounded in combat, paralysed and goes to Pandora. In his Avatar body, he can walk, he can run, he can live again. He finds himself caught between the military/industrial complex on Earth and the Na’vi.”

6. Effects “We’ve pioneered new effects technology and we’re shooting the film in stereoscopic 3D, while the live action portion uses cameras that took us nine years to develop.”

7. 3D Movie “The goal was to combine these new filmmaking technologies with powerful narratives, visuals and design, and to create this fully immersive cinematic experience. Not like watching a movie, more like taking the journey.”



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