November 25, 2009 08:19:03 GMT
Beside giving thirty-second snippet of each film score, the 20th Century Fox also launches an interactive trailer that will keep audience up to date on 'Avatar' events.
After teasing through a lot of "Avatar" clips, the 20th Century Fox has tried to attract audience by giving samples of the movie score, including "I See You" that is preformed by Leona Lewis. Thirty-second snippet of each song, which will be included in the soundtrack album, can be heard at ex libris.
Beside giving the preview score, the studio has also launched an interactive trailer that allows viewers to access special additional content embedded in the piece. As the trailer is played, it pauses and allows the viewers to watch featurettes on the characters and monsters of Pandora.
Additionally, the first of its kind application will keep audience up to date on "Avatar" events by providing real time feeds of film related conversations on Twitter, real time updates on official video content on YouTube, and images on Flickr. Updates on ticketing information will also be provided. The interactive trailer can be downloaded on the film's official website.
"Avatar" follows Sam Worthington's Jake Sully, a former Marine who was wounded and paralyzed from the waist down in combat on Earth. Offered the chance to walk again when selected to participate in the Avatar program, he travels to Pandora.
There, he, using his new avatar body, goes on a scouting mission and falls in love with a young Na'vi woman, Zoe Saldana's Neytiri. Having integrated himself into the Na'vi clan, he finds himself getting caught between the military-industrial forces of Earth and the Na'vi. Now, he has to choose sides in an epic battle that will decide the fate of an entire world.
Beside Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana, the film also has Sigourney Weaver as botanist Dr. Grace Augustine, Stephen Lang as Marine Corps Colonel Quaritch, Michelle Rodriguez as retired Marine pilot Trudy Chacon, and many others. This James Cameron's sci-fi movie will invade U.S. theaters on December 18.