‘Avatar’ and the future of acting

Jan. 29, 2010 | 11:21 p.m.


On Tuesday, the Academy Awards nominations will be announced, and it’s a good bet that no film will have its name called out more than “Avatar.” Here’s a look at the performance-capture innovations of the film in a documentary that Fox has provided for you Hero Complex readers as part of our ongoing Wizards of Hollywood series on visual-effects sciences.

— Geoff Boucher


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2 Responses to ‘Avatar’ and the future of acting

  1. RLB says:

    It really wouldn't be a bad thing if there were no more actors commanding exorbitant salaries…the magic of the star celebrities has tarnished due to the gossip magazines, the in-your-face interviews, the constant media blitz of everyones' love life, eating habits, and thoughts that really are unimportant…please, no more Jennifer Aniston pining after Brad, no more Paris Hilton and her pets, no more of anyone hogging the limelight!!!!

  2. Firebird says:

    Just boycott all of JAMES CAMERONS movies

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