New Avatar image released

Comic Con presence a certainty…

As the Avatar release date creeps ever closer, we’re getting more and more looks at the movie.

The latest might not be as exciting as the footage screened in Amsterdam, but it’s probably more thrilling for what it represents than what it is.

The San Diego Comic Con is always sponsored by one big film, and this year it’s Avatar.

To celebrate, the banners that hang from the city’s street lamps feature one of the Na’vi (if we had to guess, we’d say Zoe Saldana’s Neytiri.

And while it’s hardly a clear shot of her, it signifies that Avatar will definitely have some sort of presence at the convention.

What that will be has not been announced, but with Warners showing 3D footage from Final Destination 3, it’s more than likely James Cameron will bring… something. Hopefully the Amsterdam Expo material at the very least.

If you were planning to go but haven’t got your pass yet – bad news, it’s long since been sold out. But fear not: totalfilm.com will be there for the whole thing and you can follow us on twitter.

After all, it’s about time Avatar started gearing up the publicity machine…

[Source: Coming Soon]

Like the image? Going to the Con and excited for what Cameron has in store?

Comments

    • JimTheGreat

      Jul 2nd 2009, 11:47

      It looks more like presumably Sam Worthingtons characters Avatar. Far more male looking than female. Still give me more images of Avatar! More! More!!! MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • bont91

      Jul 2nd 2009, 14:21

      has nobody read the plot line yet? it sounds atrocious! and i think cinemas just fine as it is, i dont think we need a whole "revolution" thank you very much.

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    • thethingandi

      Jul 2nd 2009, 17:32

      bont91, you pleb, if it were up to the likes of you we would have all stayed in the stone age hitting women over the head with clubs going ugh!? What a ridiculous comment. Cinema's gone from strength to strength because of maverick forward thinking pioneers like Cameron. Can't wait to see it!

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    • Alchem13t

      Jul 3rd 2009, 18:40

      That image was actually release via twitter on Comic-Cons official twitter page first. @comic_con They have been releasing images, panel information and tickets on their account.

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