Video Premiere: Leona Lewis' 'I See You' From 'Avatar'


Video Premiere: Leona Lewis' 'I See You' From 'Avatar'
Director Jake Nava takes the viewers of 'I See You' music video to the 'Avatar' pandora where exotic creatures live.


A music video for "Avatar" soundtrack, "I See You", which is performed by Leona Lewis has been debuted. It mashes up scenes of the singer's live performance and the ones from James Cameron's movie. Sam Worthington's Jake Sully and Zoe Saldana's Neytiri are seen walking in the jungle where flowers, trees and the earth glow in the dark.

"I See You" will be played during the closing credit of the forthcoming big screen project. It comes from the production hands of James Horner and Simon Frangle, the masterminds behind Celine Dion's Grammy-winning single "My Heart Will Go On" from movie "Titanic". Its music video is directed by Jake Nava.

The rest of the materials in the film's soundtrack album are composed by James Horner. The compilation is plotted to be put out for U.S. purchase on December 15, while the film is due to open wide in theaters on December 18 with its world premiere having been held on December 10 at Odeon Leicester Square in London.

Leona Lewis' "I See You" music video

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