Fox has released two images from the upcoming Avatar: Special Edition. In case you didn’t know, Avatar is being re-released into theaters because I guess it didn’t make enough money the first time around. This new version will have eight more minutes of footage and will only be available in 3D and IMAX 3D. If you’re willing to pay more than a dollar for every minute of new footage, you must really, really like Avatar.
Hit the jump to check out the new images. Avatar: Special Edition opens on August 27th.
Click on an image to see it in high-resolution.
Here’s what James Cameron had to say about the new edition:
“Audiences repeatedly told me they wanted more of Pandora, and wished they could have stayed there longer. So we’re making that possible. AVATAR: SPECIAL EDITION will be exclusively in 3D, and will have eight minutes of never before seen footage, including new creatures and action scenes. Whether you already love the movie, or you’ve never seen it, with this Special Edition, you’ll be seeing it like never before.”
Pratt certainly steals the spotlight, but all four videos have loads of behind-the-scenes footage well worth checking out.
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