Remember four years ago, when everyone got baked and went to see Avatar? Today everyone got a reminder that James Cameron isn't done with us yet. Variety reports he just locked down a deal to make three sequels in New Zealand. Mark your calendars for December 2016, December 2017 and December 2018.
Robby Cook has meshed Disney princesses with characters from Avatar — the Last Airbender one, not the James Cameron fever dream one — and created some really striking art. I love the thought of Foggy Swamp Tribe waterbender Tiana and her alligator (catgator?) moss creature propelling river boats and controlling plants…
Of all the things our airports need these days, more working bathrooms, better food options, and fewer epicly shitty delays would probably top the list. But rather than getting those things, those of us who live in New York are apparently instead getting an unsettling avatar who is designed to replace human customer…
Although DC Universe Online is still in beta, there's plenty to be said about its avatar fashions. And while DCUO has many strengths in that area, it also has a glaring weakness: the exaggeratedly buxom shapes forced on female avatars.
Disney weddings are so passé. The hot new nuptials are Avatar-themed.
[Sydney, August 27. A model showcases designs by Camilla Franks on the catwalk during the Avatar-themed Camilla Babylon catwalk show as part of Rosemount Sydney Fashion Festival 2010, at Sydney Town Hall. Image via Getty]
The director adds, of the movie made by his ex-wife: "It wouldn't have been hugely better in 3D, but I'm talking about a future when you don't have to put 'in 3D' on the movie poster anymore."
Miami's annual festival of spray-tan and spandex, otherwise known as swimwear fashion week, packed up its bronzers and stiletto sandals yesterday. While there were some pretty suits, there was also a whole lotta fug.
It's not entirely a secret that there are several similarities between Avatar and Pocahontas (thanks mostly to the "noble savage" trope), but this mashup proves just how interchangeable the plots of both films really are.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Weezer rocks out on Yo, Gabba Gabba!, a commercial suggests cheating on your spouse with an Avatar, and we discover the worst ever Crap Text Message From A Dude.
Many of the words that tumbled from the faces of last night's Oscar winners and presenters seemed to deserve their own greeting cards, so with the help of someecards.com, we gave them the semi-permanent recognition they deserve.
"Fashion and film used to feed off each other." So says Eugenia Paulicelli, curator of the exhibit Fashion + Film: The 1960s Revisited (which opens at the CUNY Graduate Center next week) in today's New York Times. So what happened?