L.A.R.P – Live Avatar Role Play (LARP)

Portrait of The Na’vi People of Hometree Wisconsin.

Below is a quick checklist of what has been released by Mattel toys.

Avatar Action Figure Checklist:

3.75-Inch RDA Human Characters
Jake Sully
Jake Sully (Earth)
Dr. Augustine
Norm Spellman
Trudy Chacon
Colonel Miles Quaritch
Corporal Lyle Wainfleet
Private Sean Fike
Private Fike (Bio Mask)
Parker Selfridge

4.25 Inch NA’VI Figures
Avatar Jake Sully RDA (Tan Suit)
Avatar Jake Sully (Loincloth)
Avatar Jake Sully (Warrior)
Avatar Jake Sully (w/Bio Lume)
Avatar Grace
Avatar Norm
Avatar Norm (W/Bio Lume)
Eytukan (w/Bio Lume)
Neytiri (w/Bio Lume)
Tsu’Tey (War Paint)

Exclusive Figures
4.25″ Tsu’Tey with Bio-Lume (Wii Game)

7″ Movie Masters
Colonel Miles Quaritch
Avatar Jake Sully
Avatar Jake Sully (Warrior)

Exclusive Figures
Jake Sully RDA with backpack (PS3 and Xbox 360)

Jake’s Banshee
Tsu’Tey’s Bansgee
Dire Horse
Dire Horse (W/Bio Lume)

RDA Gunship
RDA Grinder
RDA Suit
AMP Suit Utility

Avatar Action Figures

AVATAR Sequel Possible?

We’ve already talked about the sheer scale of the mondo-hit movie Avatar, and naturally mentioned the line ot action figures that accompanies any fantasy film with this kind of success. But like every movie these days, it sounds like might be in for a second installment–and definitely not in the decades it took Cameron to conceive of and create the first one!

The GK Men blog has the story…

The popcorn has yet to be swept from the theatre isles for James Cameron’s winter blockbuster Avatar and already the director is announcing plans for sequels.

Cameron, known for his big budget franchises which include Alien and The Terminator, has told MTV he has plans for not one but two sequels for his new blue heroes.

The director, who was also responsible for the epic Titanic movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslett, told the broadcaster that sequels were always part of the plan when he set about creating his hi-tech masterpiece.

“I have a trilogy-scaled arc of story right now, but I haven’t really put any serious work into writing a script,” he said.

However, the subsequent on screen adventures will hit screens sooner than the first part of the franchise as the technology is now already in place, Cameron explained.

“My next goal is to refine the technique, make it easier so it doesn’t take as long,” he added

“We were doing a lot of pioneering work on ‘Avatar.’ It wouldn’t have taken as long if we already knew exactly how to do it.”