She accepts by bonding with it. It begins to burn and go down. Initial Goal: Jake goes to Pandora to fill in as a researcher for his dead, twin brother.
He's spent so much time as one of the Na'vi, learning and embracing, that remaining human would just be a letdown. The camp is damaged during Quaritch's attack and leaks deadly Pandoran air, leaving Jake's human body almost dying from the poisonous air until Neytiri helps him put on his exopack. Jake returns to his avatar body. What is known is that 82 protesters suffered gunshot wounds and in total were injured in the melee. Park Selfridge sees this. He finds himself in a recreation area where other avatars are playing sports and staff, in their protective gear, are performing various duties. Within a few moments, Jake is making his handlers nervous because, overjoyed with his ability to move his legs again, he is moving too quickly and trying to walk, the first time he has been able to do so since becoming a paraplegic. They see him as useless. Jake successfully holds his ground, but only because another beast, a panther-like thanator, has approached him from behind and has caused the titanotheres to retreat and surround their young. His goal is to get the Na'vi to move away from Hometree so the humans can mine for unobtanium there.
When his long tail knocks over instruments, a staff member tells him to stop and lie down again. Arriving from the six-year journey from Earth to PandoraJake awakes from cryosleep with hundreds of other personnel to work at the human colony on this inhabited moon of Polyphemusone of three fictional gas giants orbiting Alpha Centauri A.
Marine paralyzed from the waist down due to wounds sustained in combat, is selected to participate in the Avatar Program.
Grace Augustine, an exobiologist and head of the Avatar Program. The next scenes revolve around avatar Jake's training with Neytiri and human Jake's reports on his experiences via the videolog he dictates after every day's activity.
The ground and aerial troops are scattered by the wildlife, while the shuttle carrying the explosives is destroyed before it reaches the Tree of Souls. However, it is too late, as Grace is too weak to be transferred. They're supposed to arrive around and , though production is still in the brainstorming phase. Production Origins In ,  director James Cameron wrote an 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. When Norm tells Jake his avatar looks like him, Jake profoundly says it looks like his dead brother. He is one of a large number of passengers, all waking up after almost six years of cryosleep en route to Pandora. Jake's transformation After the battle, many of the humans left on Pandora are forced to head back to Earth. Neytiri rejects Jake. A new texturing and paint software system, called Mari, was developed by The Foundry in cooperation with Weta.
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