Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Twentieth Century Fox's 3D gamble pays off with billion dollar blockbuster
by Andrew Clark, New York
guardian.co.uk, Monday 4 January 2010 23.01 GMT
They are 10ft tall, blue-skinned and inhabit the distant moon Pandora some 145 years into the future. But the Na'vi, a species of extraterrestrial eco-friendly hunters in the smash hit movie Avatar, have already made cinema history by raking in $1bn (£620m) at cinema box offices in just three weekends. Read more from The Guardian...
Looking at this picture alone gives me reason enough to watch it again. Woot!