TV Will Have Its Biggest Presence Ever at Comic-Con, But May Be Upstaged by 20 Minute Screening of Cameron’s 3D ‘Avatar’ in First Public Showing

Jul 22, 2009  •  Post A Comment

As much as fans at the sold-out Comic-Con, starting Thursday in San Diego, might be looking forward to tons of panels and screenings of TV fare, the talk of the convention has already become the first ever public screening of James Cameron’s first film since "Titanic"—"Avatar" in 3D.

The film-maker talks to USA Today about how excited he is to premiere 20 minutes of the film to the fans that attend Comic-Con after working on the project for the past 14 years.

—Chuck Ross


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