James Cameron has announced that the release of the next Avatar sequel will now be in December, 2017. While this is of course disappointing to the millions of people wanting to go back to Pandora, it will allow Cameron and the scriptwriters some breathing room to refine the story arc and reveal the rest of the Avatar story world the way they want. It will also allow Avatar fans more time to learn or brush up on their Na’vi!
Something fun that some LN members are into is the SETI@Home project at Berkeley. SETI@home is a scientific experiment that uses Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI). The LearnNavi community has a team for SETI@Home. If you would like to participate, go to their website and follow the instructions under “Get Started” to install the BOINC application on your Windows or Linux machine. Then join team LearnNavi (team number is 141712)!
One of the most respected members of the Lì’fya leNa’vi (Na’vi language community) is also an independent film maker. His latest project is Senn, a feature-length science fiction film that has garnered a lot of recognition in the indie film world. It is now available on DVD, BluRay and streaming on Amazon Prime and Hulu. It is worth checking out. Click on the image for more info.
Avatar premiered in London on December 10, 2009. The international release was December 16th and it then appeared in the US on December 18th. Not coincidentally, the community of Learnnavi.org happily united ourselves to support this amazing film five years ago, too!
Happy 5th Birthday, Avatar!