A new ‘AVATAR’ in-depth 22-minute making-of video hits the web

A new ‘AVATAR’ in-depth 22-minute making-of video hits the web

The hype of AVATAR may never die... alright, surely it will die out soon, but for the moment Yahoo! has posted a new 22-minute video that goes in depth with the making of James Cameron's AVATAR.  It's fairly interesting, and features just about everyone involved.  Check it out if you got a spare 22 minutes - like the movie itself, it's worth a look.
Source: Yahoo via Slashfilm via Collider

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