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Teaser Trailer of James Cameron's 'Avatar' Could Come Out Soon

November 17, 2008 (6:59 am) GMT
The teaser video promoting James Cameron's forthcoming action thriller, 'Avatar', reportedly will have 3 minutes and 57 seconds running time.
Teaser Trailer of James Cameron's 'Avatar' Could Come Out Soon

Rumor has it, "" may be getting its teaser trailer anytime soon. On Sunday, November 16, MarketSaw has posted photos exposing a group of boxes which label states that they contain teasers to James Cameron's latest sci-fi film teaser trailers. If the pictures were to be trusted, the so-called teaser would have a running time around 3 minutes and 57 seconds.

Noting that "Avatar" first official trailer is most likely to be premiered before "" when the animation hits U.S. theaters on July 1, 2009, MarketSaw further speculates that the teaser may be making its way out late October or early December. On the possible screening places, the publication suggests either 3DX Festival in Singapore on November 19 to 23, or 3D Entertainment Summit in L.A. on December 1 to 2.

Filmed in 3-D, "Avatar" is a 20th Century Fox movie about a paralyzed ex-marine named Jake Sully who unwillingly undergoes an experiment to be an avatar, a combination between alien and human. Starring as Sully, it is supported by , and among others. Directed, co-produced and written by James Cameron, it is expected to hit theaters on December 18, 2009.

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