James Cameron’s 3D ‘Avatar’ movie delayed


The 3D feature Avatar, which was scheduled for release in May 2009, has been pushed back to December.

Fox announced the change Tuesday in a revamp of its 2009 lineup. Avatar's director is James Cameron of Titanic fame.

The Avatar decision comes about four months after DreamWorks Animation said that it was moving Paramount's 2009 release of the 3D animated feature Monsters vs. Aliens from mid-May to late March to avoid a head-on-collision with Avatar, which would have had the films fighting over the nation's 3D screens.

(Source: CNet News)

News, Summer 2008

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