Avatar Toy: First Full Look At The Na’Vi

Published 6 years ago by , Updated August 4th, 2009 at 3:51 pm,

avatar header new Avatar Toy: First Full Look At The NaVi

We recently got our first looks (via promo posters) at the Na’Vi creatures that inhabit Pandora, the fictional planet which is the setting for James Cameron’s Avatar. Both of the posters only showed one half the creatures’ faces, one a male Na’Vi (Sam Worthington), the other a female (Zoe Saldana). While these posters were cool, they only hinted at the Na’Vi’s full-body figure.

Well, today we all may get our first full-body look at the Na’Vi in the form of a toy/action figure. Apparently it’s pretty much an accurate representation of Jake Skully (aka Sam Worthington) from the actual Avatar movie.

6,000+ lucky people at Comic-Con recently got a look at the 24 minutes of Avatar footage Cameron showed off in 3D. Most people who saw it have been raving about it, only furthering the hype that surrounds the actual movie. They (plus a group of others a little while before Comic-Con) are the only public audience to see just what these mysterious blue Na’Vi fully look like – until now. Thanks to CHUD.com now we all know what the aliens from Avatar will look like. Take a look:

[Image removed by request demand of 20th Century Fox.]

I’m guessing the reason this particular Na’Vi is wearing clothes is because he’s a human manufactured one (aka an Avatar) as opposed to a natural ones that inhabit Avatar‘s “other world” planet, Pandora. I don’t know about you, but it’s not what I expected the full body view to look like. It’s not as… wowing as I thought it would be.

Of course this is a toy/action figure, and therefore it’s not going to look anywhere near as impressive as it will in the actual movie. I’ll wait for some official footage to be released to the public before I judge the look of any of Avatar‘s characters too much.

Avatar opens in 3D and regular theaters on December 18th, 2009.

Source: CHUD (thanks to USER: “Sgt Zim”)

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  1. Kids, this is why you don’t let elves f*ck smurfs. Moving on…


  2. so i dont get it….people go to this plant and make them selfes look like the blue cat people or….???? not really blown away by it so far mmmm little seed of doubt has be placed

  3. I for one am looking forward to it. They are trying to create a multimedia franchise the same way they did with terminator. I just know they’ll be an Avatar comic book sooner or later

  4. I’m not into toys but it looks pretty cool.

  5. people who have seen footage say this is NOT what Jake or the navi look like. Totally a crap cheap toy. They said the eyes, hair, body style everything is off. So keep in mind, its JUST a toy lol

  6. I’m not feeling the buzz,,,?

    @Angel Dust,
    (Possible mild plot Spoilers)


    (This is what I’ve read about the plot)

    The plot centers around mankinds search for alternate fuels/energy. The Na’Vi homeworld has a substance that Earth/Humans want.
    Humans are terraforming and strip mining the planet.

    Sam Worthington’s character is part of the mining excavation and has adapted to the environment by altering his body into an Avatar. A symbiotic Human/Na’Vi hybrid.
    He then befriends some of the natives and joins them in resisting the humans…
    It sounds like a cool action film, but I’m not freaking out like some seem to be over it. :-)

  7. Fox demanded the image be removed. Dang…

  8. Could have been a prototype?

  9. You can still see the image on the archive image preview. Good for Aussies who get up after Fox’s lawyers.