I love MMOs, and I liked Avatar, but should there be Peanut Butter in my Chocolate?
I think Avatar is a perfect IP for an MMO. It’s a very, very big world and based on the first film, you might not sense that, but we’re talking about an entire planet, an entire alter world, and in fact a universe that has other planetary bodies, as well, and other cultures, other life forms. Eventually people will see enough scope to be able to see how the MMO will work, but that’s going to have to be launched… (IGN)
Uh.. Hmm… That is what James Cameron said, but I is this an MMO property?
MMOs are a trope filled stereotyped standardized playgrounds that I don’t think Cameron or any other IP owner should subject their work to.
My only hope is that Cameron could reinvent the MMO in the same way he reinvented 3D movies. MMOs need a kick in the ass.
I love me some RuPaul. I am already looking forward to Episode 3 of Season 4 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. While some of you may play fantasy football, I play fantasy Drag Race, and my team of queens are doing fabulous.
Having followed the show for awhile, and being a big fan of drag queen…
“Cameron will only begin filming the new Avatars after having gone underwater in a specially built submarine. It is thought that he would like to go to the Mariana Trench. Re-beginning work on Titanic for the 3D version has also given him many inspirations for Avatar.”—
Really? Okay then. I can wait. The first movie was good, but I am not chomping at the bit for the next one.
I say for now because I am not sure if the Supreme Court will take the case, and if they do how they will rule, though I don’t have high hopes that they agree. There are too many conservatives on the court.
Hopefully, they will let the ruling stand. So celebrate now, and pray the ruling will stand.