Avatar Scenes Without CGI

Ever since it debuted in theaters in December of 2009, James Cameron’s science fiction epic Avatar, has become a cultural phenomenon, it kickstarted the trend of 3D movies and is still the highest grossing movie of all time at the worldwide box office (though it was briefly unseated by Avengers: Endgame). The film is set in the future and follows Jake Sully, an injured former Marine who is recruited for a mission on the alien planet of Pandora. He soon is transported into the body of one of the Na’Vi and forms a close relationship with one of the Na’Vi whose name is Neytiri. From romance, action, suspense, and science fiction, Avatar has it all. Even eleven years after the film’s original release the CGI still holds up magnificently and there was clearly a lot of work that went into making the film. From all the motion-capture technology for the human actors to portray the Na’Vi (and even mo-cap for the film’s animal actors), as well as building the film’s extensive sets digitally and physically, there was clearly a lot that went into making Avatar look as beautiful as it does. From Na’Vi tribal dances, to kisses, creating both beast and machine, and performing out of this world stunts, Cameron and his team clearly went the extra mile when bringing Avatar to life. There is really no question why the film has become so big in the pop culture landscape and with the several sequels on the horizon, it’s footprint is about to get even larger.

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00:00 Intro
00:22 Drinking Water from A Leaf:
00:55 Jake and Neytiri Kiss
01:28 Banshees
01:58 Neytiri Yelling
02:32 The Colonel’s Mech
03:10 Thanator Attack
03:42 Sigourney Weaver
04:12 Mo-Cap Horses
04:47 Climbing The Floating Rocks
05:18 Jake Waking Up
05:39 Avatar Live
05:58 Tree Of Voices
06:24 Na’Vi Tribal Dance
06:52 Dragon Assault Ship Flight
07:28 Na’Vi Vs. Colonel 3D Fight
07:52 Outro

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Written by: Nate Richard
Narrated by: Kydra Ryan
Edited by: V.Serhii

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