Yeah, guess you’re right. I didn’t want to read anything about it to get most surprise when first seeing it, spoiler free moment, but I finally started to read a bit here and there (Cameron interview from link in last page of this thread ^^), and I’m starting to be really scared about the story line :-/
What scares me most are two things: Cameron stating he wants to get the most possible audience possible, - not like every one do, which I do really respect (and wish I could do better too lol), but in that way he really wants to shoot like he did with titanic, which was not at all his best move AFAIC. Massiv attention from everybody nor “I wanna tell you this story”, which is a very though paradox to assume. That the first economical draw back risk.
Second is that marketing story about panasonic 3D TV article… So he really had to stay focused on the efficiency of this 3D effect nor the story telling?
I might have got it wrong finally. Nothing about technology used in the movie - 3d immersion in a virtual world, like in Fahrenheit 451 or Avalon. Looks more 1st degree story telling. Bah. Can still be an awesome movie. Guess I’ll stop talking and wait and see…
The movies name is “aAvatar”. So there must be something. I want to believe! ^^