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Jake destroys a makeshift bomber before it can reach the Tree of Souls; Quaritch, wearing an AMP suit, escapes from his own damaged aircraft and breaks open the avatar link unit containing Jake's human body, exposing it to Pandora's poisonous atmosphere.
The film made extensive use of new motion capture filming techniques, and was released for traditional viewing, 3D viewing (using the Real D 3D, Dolby 3D, Xpan D 3D, and IMAX 3D formats), and for "4D" experiences in select South Korean theaters.On the eve of battle, Jake prays to Eywa, via a neural connection with the Tree of Souls, to intercede on behalf of the Na'vi.During the subsequent battle, the Na'vi suffer heavy casualties, including Tsu'tey and Trudy; but are rescued when Pandoran wildlife unexpectedly join the attack and overwhelm the humans, which Neytiri interprets as Eywa's answer to Jake's prayer.Jake finds the refugees at the sacred Tree of Souls and pleads with Mo'at to heal Grace.The clan attempts to transfer Grace from her human body into her avatar with the aid of the Tree of Souls, but she dies before the process can be completed.In 2154, humans have depleted Earth's natural resources, leading to a severe energy crisis.
The Resources Development Administration (RDA for short) mines for a valuable mineral — unobtanium — on Pandora, a densely forested habitable moon orbiting the gas giant Polyphemus in the Alpha Centauri star system.
With the exceptions of Jake, Norm and a select few others, all humans are expelled from Pandora and sent back to Earth, after which Jake is permanently transferred into his avatar with the aid of the Tree of Souls.
director James Cameron wrote an 80-page treatment for Avatar, drawing inspiration from "every single science fiction book" he had read in his childhood as well as from adventure novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs and H. However, Cameron felt that the technology had not caught up with the story and vision that he intended to tell.
He decided to concentrate on making documentaries and refining the technology for the next few years.
It was revealed in a Bloomberg Business Week cover story that 20th Century Fox had fronted $10 million to Cameron to film a proof-of-concept clip for Avatar, which he showed to Fox executives in In an interview, Indian actor Govinda revealed that James Cameron had reached out to him offering to cast him for the role of Jake Sully, which he declined citing his disagreement over using body paints as well as planned long duration of shooting.
He further claimed that the title of the movie was also suggested by him to Cameron after assuring him that the movie would be a successful.