Director James Cameron's AVATAR was released in movie theatres on December 18, 2009 and has re-written the box office record books, earning more than US$2 billion since its opening to become the highest grossing film of all time, finally surpassing his own Titanic in 1997. It was made with a reported budget of US$500 million but that seems like small change now. It was also nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars (82nd Academy Awards), having already won Best Motion Picture - Drama and Best Director at the 67th Golden Globe Awards.
And we 1:6 collectors are left wanting. Why isn't there any 1:6 manufacturer offering us articulated costumed figures of the characters from the movie? I'll admit the alien Na'vi race will be hard to produce in 1:6 scale since they are ten-foot tall blue-skinned humanoid creatures. But I would like me some 12-inch tall human figures of Michelle Rodriguez as Trudy Chacón (a Marine combat pilot assigned to support the Avatar Program) and Stephen Lang as Colonel Miles Quaritch, the head of the mining operation's security detail.
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See pictures of the Mattel 3 3/4-inch AVATAR Colonel Miles Quaritch Action Figure HERE
And pictures of man and machine as ONE - AMP in Action!
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