An exhibition inspired by the 2009 blockbuster movie Avatar is preparing to travel the globe next year, one year ahead of the film’s planned sequels.
Twentieth Century Fox is teaming with Global Experience Specialists to create what the partnership has billed as a ‘state-of-the-art, interactive touring exhibition.’
The exhibition, set to launch in autumn next year, around one year ahead of the first of three planned sequels, will be inspired by the ‘amazing creatures and environments of the world of Pandora first introduced in the film.’
Avatar director James Cameron and producer Jon Landau’s Lightstorm Entertainment is consulting on the exhibition.
“Bringing the world of Pandora to life and comparing it to the wonders of our own planet, the Avatar exhibition will bring together immersive new story telling and science in a tangible, engaging forum,” said Jeffrey Godsick, president of Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products.
Kathy Franklin, president of franchise development for Lightstorm Entertainment, added: “As we expand the Avatar story world, we look for compelling ways to connect with our current – and future fans.”