James Cameroon’s two versions of “Avatar”

June 2nd, 2009 - 9:41 pm ICT by GD  

James Cameroon has been out of the limelight for quite some time. The critically acclaimed director of the cult movie, “Titanic” has come up with a new venture. “Titanic” starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in the lead roles and has remained a favorite with viewers all over the world. In the four years that he has spent in oblivion, Cameroon was actually developing and executing his plans for his next big flick. The tentative title of the movie is “Avatar.”

Before the release of the film “Avatar,” which is set for 8th December release this year, the game version of “Avatar” will be hitting the E3. The game version of “Avatar” has been developed by UbiSoft Montreal and it was made about the same the time as the film. The game which is set to hit the market a couple of months before the movie, will be 100% spoilers free as far as the movie is concerned.

Cameroon thinks that the game will come as a perfect companion to the film, rather than a childish cameo. Undoubtedly the game cannot compare to the film in terms of quality yet it will boost the market of the film. The director also acknowledges that the game is better than most of the other licensed games. Reflecting on his experience with the demo version of the game, he said, “I felt both fear and excitement while playing the demo.”

“Avatar” tells the story of an injured ex-marine, who has been forced to make an effort to exploit and settle in a planet that is exotic and rich in bio-diversity.

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