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screening with James Cameron and film 18 but the best place to see it that day will be at Grauman Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, where director James Cameron and stars Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver and Zoe Saldaa willattend the screening and then be interviewed on stage byHero Complex blogger Geoff Boucher.

The event is part of the awards season screening series by the Los Angeles Times and The Envelope. You can find the full schedule of pandora shop locator films and stage discussions right here. will be shown at 7:30 and the stage portion of the evening will beginafterward. Check back here early next week for information on how to get tickets for the free event. First chance opportunity for seating isfor Hollywood guild members and Academy voters, but fans will be admitted into every screening as well. (There more information on the screening series attendance policies here.) Also, for this special night for sci fi fans,Boucher will be picking some Hero Complex readers to attend the screening and have reserved seats waiting for them; interested fans just need to leave a message explaining why they want to see the movie in the Hero Complexcomments section and Boucher will pick from the most interesting or clever responses. Boucher alsointervieweddirector Henry Selick after a Nov. 2 screening of and will be handling the stage duties at two other upcoming Envelope screenings, both at the Landmark Theatre: Heart on Dec. 1 (with a panel of Jeff Bridges, Robert Duvall, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Scott Cooper), and on Dec. Why do I want to see Avatar? Because of one man. I give you a hint. His initials are J. C. and it ain Jesus Christ (although to many people he might as well be). Too many of my childhood film heroes have lost their mojo, and I desperately want at least one of them to keep the flame of quality movie magic burning. I want Cameron to hit this out of the park and show Speilberg and Lucas that being old doesn mean you can be hungry for pushing the envelope anymore, to really make movies something to lose yourself in again. I want the magic back, and Avatar looks like it just may bring it. I been creating films and have always wanted to be a director for about 6 years now (I 20 years old). The past two years I have been studying film/video editing in New York and I now am studying in Seattle. What got me into to film making was science fiction films specifically Kubrick 2001, and I have tremendous respect for James Cameron who continues to tell powerful stories in ways/techniques never seen/done before. He a true innovator. Ever since I heard about Avatar about 2 years ago my mind has been fixated on it. These past few weeks have been especially hard because of all the new footage that has been making its way on the net (don want to see anything before the movie). I wouldn say I poor, but I don exactly have cash lying around, but that hasn stopped me from going to every 3D theater in my local area to see which will be best for the 18th. I seen Robert Zemeckis "A Christmas Carol" four times in the past week for christs sake! (not to say I didn enjoy it), but I not exactly the biggest fan when it comes to the Christmas season haha. It would be a dream come true to watch Avatar for the first time in an environment such as this and I also want to thank this blog for all the interviews/articles on Avatar in the past weeks (has certainly helped the days go by). I hope this doesn sound too much like and I sure there will be some more responses then this, but I don really know of any other way to show how thankful/grateful I would be to see/attend this at the premier. I honestly just happy to have a new Cameron film coming out so soon at all. Hopefully this does well at the box office so we maybe pandora sydney store get a trilogy and Jim can do Battle Angel the way he wants. Why do I deserve to go to the screening instead of all other talkbackers? Because unlike all the other talkback comments, I not Tom Arnold trying to get another crack at being within an earshot of Cameron through alias names. In all seriousness though, Cameron has been my favourite director before I even knew what a director was. I watched Terminator 2 on VHS at 5 years old in and that is the best gift my father could have ever given me. I 22 now and have finished studying film and it is all thanks to Iron Jim. I am a ten foot tall blue woman, and until I heard about this movie, I had given up on finding love. This movie has given me new hope, and it would be very special for me to be able to see it with the creator Umm this is a bit like writing a college application essay or a cover letter for a job! There almost nothing I can think of to say that doesn sound completely fake. To be honest, I have a very simple reason for wanting to see this movie: although I don quite understand it, I am more excited about this movie than I have been about anything in entertainment for a long time. I not even the prime target for this: I a 31 year old female, and I love stories of all types, but I never particularly cared about aliens or gunships or big trailer ready battle sequences on their own. However, when I see the previews of Neytiri and the Jake Avatar flying through Pandora, I want to get lost in that world. I want to have a real experience when I go to the theater, and if this movie is at all good, it might provide that. It time to be swept away by a big James Horner score, stunning visuals, exciting new actors, perhaps a bit of romance seeing the movie with the people who made it, and other people who are as excited as I am, will make it even more special. I never forget catching "Terminator 2" on opening night. I was a young nineteen year old and there was nothing more to look forward to on the big screen than watching Schwarzenegger promise of "I be back." I couldn pandora prices for bracelets imagine being any closer to the action too, since my friends and I were all stuck in the front row. Just the thought of it, still brings back a phantom pain in my neck and a wide eyed excitement in my imagination. Not only did Cameron movie exceed expectations, it also made me a life long fan. A few short years later, that same excitement returned with "True Lies" and another opening night screening, but this time I had much better seats. I didn see "Titanic" on opening night, but it was just as memorable, because I watched it with my parents who had their own emotional responses to the 3 hour plus film; my mom cried and my dad fell asleep. I have yet to see a movie in 3 D or at Grauman Chinese Theatre, let alone meet James Cameron and the cast of the movie, but wherever I see "Avatar" on opening night, I sure it be another one to remember. I have been following the news on Avatar since i first heard about it. I have watched the first teaser trailer, but i have avoided any other trailers because i want to go to Pandora knowing as little as possibe. I know Avatar is going to change cinema as we know it. I have never looked forward to a any movie more than Avatar,and i know it will live up to all my expectations. Being able to catch a glimpse of a girl as beautiful as Zoe Salda would be pretty good too. Oh wow, do I want do attend this screening! I have two close friends working on the film. One actually moved in with me (in West LA) when production moved to the Fox lot to shorten his commute. I been hearing snippets about the film and the production for three years, and keeping the fridge full of beer for three weeks, for the 1am wind down after a long day on the production. I just one among the hundreds (thousands?) of friends and family members who have supported their loved ones through sometimes hectic, sometimes grueling work schedules. Unfortunately, one friend working on the film moved to NZ to work for Weta (after his time at Avatar was up) and the other will be out of town immediately after the Cast and Crew screening! I dearly love to see the movie with film geeks and true fans. So, when do we find out how to score tickets to the Chinese Theater screening???!!! I been following this project for some dozen years, starting back in the mid 90s when Jim was trying to develop the technology with Digital Domain. I remember being blown away by the original "Terminator" when I first saw it on the big screen way back in 1984 (having tagged along with some older kids) and Jim immediately became my favorite filmmaker. Then came "Aliens," which I must have seen at least a dozen times in the theater, including opening day. Since then, I made it a pandora necklaces and charms point to see every single Jim Cameron movie on the big screen on opening day, including "T2" at the Cinerama Dome (way before the Arclight was built) and "Titanic" at the Chinese back in 1997. I love to share the "Avatar" experience on opening day with a crowd of fellow true fans! (And bring my brother, who loves this stuff as much as I do!). I been looking forward to this movie for a long, long time a screening with James Cameron and the cast would be incredible, especially since going to the movies has been a once a year treat for my wife and I since we got married! Thankfully I have managed to arrange leave with my Command and a babysitter for my daughters to watch this movie with my wife the day it comes out, but seeing it at Grauman Chinese Theatre would definitely be an unbeatable experience! My anticipation for "Avatar" is higher than it has been for any other movie that I can remember. I must have the watched the "Thanator Chase" scene 20 times, and showed it and the trailer to everyone I can. I listen to the one minute sample music 0n loop because I really do enjoy it that much. And just today, I took my kids to Borders and saw a copy of the "Avatar Survival Guide" that just came out. I was pretty blown away by the depth of the culture of the Na and the history of the RDA, the design of the creatures and fauna, etc. I had to put it down, however, to avoid spoiling myself with too much of that dream world, Pandora, before I see it in the movie. James Cameron has been my favorite director since I was 10 years old, when my dad brought home the VHS rental of "The Terminator" and told me that I absolutely had to watch it, even though it was rated R. I didn know who James Cameron was at that point, and I wasn even aware that directors were responsible for films, but T1 instantly became my top film. Then I saw "Aliens" with my uncle the following summer, "Abyss" with my mom a few years later. Then T2, when I was 16, and I finally took note of his name. That was a powerful moment. Since "Titanic," I gotten sucked into the real world, college, then a career, and I lost the drive to be a filmmaker.

Cameron took a hiatus from narrative filmmaking, and I took a hiatus from my dreams. But I only 34, and my life far from over, and I ready to seize my life long goal of being a director, and nothing would jump start that goal more than seeing "Avatar" at Grauman with Cameron himself. That would be an incredible and potentially life changing experience.

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