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Grace arranges the movement of the avatar team to a remote camp in the Hallelujah Mountains after finding out from Max Patel that Jake has been having regular communications with Quaritch about the Na'vi. In his avatar form, Jake learns how to bond using his queue and control his flying mountain banshee whom he names Bob, while gaining respect and admiration from the Na’vi, his relationship with Neytiri continuing to grow, but also earning the jealousy and annoyance of Tsu'tey, Neytiri's betrothed and next in line to be the clan leader. Neytiri also tells Jake about the great leonopteryx as well as Toruk Makto, and how her great-great-grandfather was one of the few Na'vi able to ride one. Jemaine Clement definitely is in the sequel as marine biologist Dr Ian Garvin though, described by Cameron as "one of my favourite characters".
We also know that the movie will be an epic with a runtime of 190 minutes, that's three hours and ten minutes. Cameron has defended the runtime by saying that it's necessary as there's "more characters to service". The rerelease featured remastered picture and sound. Visually, the film was upscaled to 4K resolution, with a higher level of detail and altered color grading. Select scenes were updated to play in high frame-rate (HFR). The audio was updated to feature high dynamic range (HDR) sound levels. The film was also available in 3D.Horn, John. "Faces to watch 2009: film, TV, music and Web – Sam Worthington". Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on December 31, 2008 . Retrieved April 27, 2022. Extended first flight over Pandora, with the team seeing a Sturmbeest herd. The animal was not featured in the original theatrical release. The following sequences are known to have received an HFR conversion as part of TrueCut Motion's post-conversion process:
Jake confesses that he was a spy and the Na'vi take him and Grace captive. Quaritch's soldiers destroy Hometree, killing many, including Neytiri's father, the clan chief. Mo'at frees Jake and Grace, but they are detached from their avatars and imprisoned by Quaritch's forces. Pilot Trudy Chacón, disgusted by Quaritch's brutality, airlifts Jake, Grace, and Norm to Grace's outpost. Grace is shot during the escape. Jake regains the Na'vi's trust by connecting his mind to that of Toruk, a dragon-like creature feared and revered by the Na'vi. At the sacred Tree of Souls, Jake pleads with Mo'at to heal Grace. The clan attempts to transfer Grace into her avatar with the aid of the Tree of Souls, but she dies. Supported by new chief Tsu'tey, Jake unites the clan, telling them to gather all the clans to battle the RDA. Quaritch organizes a strike against the Tree of Souls to demoralize the Na'vi. Jake prays to the Na'vi deity Eywa via a neural connection with the Tree of Souls. Tsu'tey and Trudy are among the battle's heavy casualties.Simmons, Leslie (September 21, 2007). " 'Avatar' has new player with Ribisi". The Hollywood Reporter. Archived from the original on April 27, 2022 . Retrieved April 27, 2022. Although analysts have been unable to agree that Avatar 's success is attributable to one primary factor, several explanations have been advanced. First, January is historically "the dumping ground for the year's weakest films", and this also applied to 2010. 
Innovations include a new system for lighting massive areas like Pandora's jungle,  a motion-capture stage or "volume" six times larger than any previously used, and an improved method of capturing facial expressions, enabling full performance capture. To achieve the face capturing, actors wore individually made skull caps fitted with a tiny camera positioned in front of the actors' faces; the information collected about their facial expressions and eyes is then transmitted to computers.  According to Cameron, the method allows the filmmakers to transfer 100% of the actors' physical performances to their digital counterparts.  After the battle had ended in victory for the Na'vi, Tsu'tey is found bleeding heavily by a group of surviving Na'vi warriors who brought Jake and Neytiri to him. Tsu'tey, knowing that his death was imminent, passed on leadership of the Omatikaya clan to Jake before making him draw his knife and demanding that he end his suffering. Jake refused, but Tsu'tey proudly reassured him that he would be remembered because Jake, as Toruk Makto, would be his last shadow. He showed his respect for Jake by calling him a brother. Reluctantly, Jake granted Tsu'tey his last request and mercifully killed him. Jake then recited a prayer for Tsu'tey, wishing his spirit to become one with Eywa as Neytiri and the other warriors looked on in grief. He also worked with Wanda Bryant, an ethnomusicologist, to create a music culture for the alien race. Davis, Lauren (August 9, 2009). "Avatar Concept Designer Reveals the Secrets of the Na'vi". Gizmodo . Retrieved April 27, 2022.