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‘Avatar’ Trailer — Watch Sunday’s NFL Pre-game Show

posted by Nell Minow

avatar.jpgOne of the most eagerly anticipated movies of the year will have a record-breaking extended trailer debut this Sunday November 1, when it debuts on the world’s largest video display — Cowboy Stadium’s Diamond Vision Screen – while millions of fans watch it at home. This is one of the biggest sports days of the year, with key NFL match-ups and Game 4 of the World Series). And in the middle of all of that, the three minute and thirty second trailer will play live from the enormous Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision screen. The crowd attending the Cowboys-Seattle Seahawks game will experience the AVATAR trailer live just minutes prior to the noon (Central) kickoff between the Cowboys and Seahawks, on the enormous, four-sided, high-definition screen that hangs above the Cowboys Stadium playing field. At the same time, millions of others watching FOX NFL SUNDAY will see the trailer on-air – making it the largest live motion picture trailer viewing in history. Enjoy!



  • clé usb

    Avatar is an upcoming 3D sci-fi epic film, will come with highest budget film with an estimated budget of $237 million. I can say this makes it the top 4 in the most expensive film in the history of film-making. Thank you for posting this article.

  • Julie

    Can’t wait to hear your review of this movie. Our 5th grader is dying to see this from watching the trailers at the theater….. I know it’s PG-13. Any idea if it is really appropriate for middle schoolers? Thanks

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    Thanks, Julie! I’ll be posting my review on Friday.

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