New Avatar International Trailer

Published 5 years ago by , Updated October 31st, 2009 at 2:25 pm,

avatar trailer New Avatar International Trailer

This is something you must watch!

The new international trailer for James Cameron’s long-awaited 3D “masterpiece,” Avatar, has made its way online and you can check it out here. It’s in English but there are non-English subtitles. The official release of the domestic version happens tomorrow morning at 10:00am pacific time.

No more talking, check out these three-and-a-half minutes of awesome after the jump.

Not everyone was 100% sold from the first trailer for Avatar, but perhaps this trailer may sway those skeptics over. This promo focuses on more of the human element and story structure which will help connect with mainstream moviegoing audiences.

Watch and enjoy:


I’m biased because I love James Cameron’s previous works and because I was treated to nearly half an hour of footage while at San Diego Comic-Con. So, needless to say, I’m very pumped for this flick. This trailer does however, give away a lot of the film’s story and setup, and I imagine they had to reveal as much in such a lengthy trailer because a lot of regular folks (who don’t read Screen Rant) simply had no idea what the film is about.

After seeing this, they sure as hell do now. Don’t fret if you feel spoiled, I expect there’s some unexpected twists and turns from Avatar waiting us because Cameron emphasized that in the marketing, they’d be saving a lot back for the actual theatrical release.

Did any of you get that 300 vibe from Sam Worthington’s character towards the end?

What do you think of the new footage?

Avatar stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Rodriguez and Giovanni Ribisi. It opens December 18, 2009 and we’ll be there.

Source: TheMovieBox

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  1. They still should have added micheal biehn, couldnt hurt right?

  2. @M-Cat

    Glad you finally saw how the movie was meant to be! At the time, the studio thought that people wouldn’t like the run-time and cut it down. But as we all saw from Titanic, sometimes the more Cameron is allowed to show, the more people are willing to pay, lol.

  3. im in love with this film already! i saw the 18min at imax and was really amazed. this movie will make history no matter what the box office looks like.

  4. Personally Kale I can’t disagree, but most of my family and some of my friends have zero interest in Science Fiction or fantasy Genres. At most I’d say 95% of them have seen “Titanic,” but beyond that they know nothing of Cameron’s work. I’d say 60% would have a hard time telling you who directed “Titanic.”

  5. Looks amazing! The trailer has a great score, I hope the complete soundtrack adds to the experience of being on Pandora.

    Definitely looking forward to this. Midnight showing, no doubt.

  6. If I wasn’t already sold on seeing this, this International trailer would have done it for me. If the buzz builds and the rest of the film delivers like this trailer, I smell an Oscar nod coming.

  7. I just saw this trailer on the big screen and it was even better second time round. I’m really excited for this movie. Overdone plot? Yes, of course. Does that mean it’ll be a bad movie? No. We’ve seen different takes on the same old plot points loads of times before, sometimes it’s bad, sometimes it’s great. I say just give it a chance and what will be will be.

  8. There’s something about the CGI that is a bit too cartoonish. I realize it’s likely that it’s intended to be that way, but I would almost rather see an entirely CGI movie without the live actors… or maybe I’m missing something.

    I love everything Cameron does and I’m ready to see this in the theater (even if it is probably 3+ hours long) but I have to say I lost a little excitement after the latest trailers.

    “wonder how many other movies have left out footage for the theatrical releases”

    Have you seen how many versions of Blade Runner are out there? I still haven’t seen the ‘final cut’ version or whatever it is.

  9. @ Panda

    I’ve seen two versions of blade runner, I think. I have what’s called the final directors cut but haven’t watched it yet. I’ll probably get to it over the next couple of weeks.

  10. Yah, they have the final Director’s cut out now, was going to buy it last month, but didn’t due to financial reasons, wanted to get that super duper collector’s briefcase thing, lol.

  11. Maybe i’m kind of blind, but that cgi looks like crap. Those natives look fake as hell.

  12. watching it in HD mostdef makes it look better