MTV lets you virtually interact with ‘Avatar’ stars

Dec. 02, 2009 | 9:44 p.m.


Avatar scene

The good folks over on MTV and the Movies blog have joined with the social networking juggernaut Facebook to bring James Cameron, Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington into computers everywhere for a digital face-to-face as they answer questions from fans live and those submitted through video today (December 3).

It’s a cool way to interact and possibly have your witty query read aloud for all to hear. “Was it hard to wear that blue makeup for so long, Ms. Saldana?”  Don’t ask that.

— Jevon Phillips


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If you’re in Los Angeles and want some real facetime with the “Avatar” stars, though, make sure to check out the screening Hero Complex is hosting on December 18..


One Response to MTV lets you virtually interact with ‘Avatar’ stars

  1. Filosofee Feedrus says:

    "into computers everywhere" – false!!!
    Web-cast was NOT available in the UK. The Avatar Q/A Live was advertised (on Twitter & Facebook) as if it would be available to anyone interested via their facebook account.
    Poor organisation.

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