Following rumours, the existence of upcoming sets inspired by Avatar and Avatar 2 has been confirmed during an interview.
Stephanie Young, the president of consumer products, games and publishing for The Walt Disney Company, said the following, speaking with License Global:
"The LEGO Group will also have a full suite of building sets to recreate and display major movie moments across both the first Avatar film and Avatar 2."
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Wouldn't be surprised to see a Lego Avatar game in the works too I suppose?
Mind you they've planned a production line of them (4 sequels is it?) so maybe. But I wouldn't be surprised if they stopped after nobody goes to see the first one.
I'm not fussed about blue aliens or trees :-)
I think Avatar’s mainly a victim of being popular - if anything makes enough of an impact culturally, it will become fashionable to hate it (Star Wars Prequels originally, the MCU nowadays for some). If I was a film reviewer I would’ve given Avatar’s story maybe 3 stars, but the overall impact of the cinematography, sounds and effects at least 4 stars, because that’s where all the effort went.
I’d give Avatar zero stars for storyline though, I struggled to stay awake through that film and will never forgive my son for making me rewatch it several times ;) Zero stars for the rest too. Way too much CGI meant I never got immersed in the film as it never looked real. Hey though, as always everyone having the same tastes would make for a boring world.
Although I’m not as fussed about the natural side of the Avatar world I am interested to see if Lego introduces any new moulds for some alien plants or maybe some animals ?
I don't see too many recent criticisms of Glitter. Because nobody cares and until you read this, you may not have known that Mariah Carey made a movie in 2001 about herself that nobody saw.
I'll run out and see any Batman movie, no matter the quality, and I can't be dragged to one of those idiotic car chase movies.
Avatar made the most money ever. And given the vast expanse of time between the movies, I have no doubt that Avatar 2 will also make a bazillion bazillion dollars. However, if that movie is a steaming pile of TLJ, then we'll see significant diminishing returns. Like the Matrix sequels or the Chronicles of Narnia.
I don't think the original was particularly groundbreaking in terms of story, but it has its devotees.