New BD-Live content coming to Avatar

Free deleted scenes, documentaries and concept art

James Cameron's Avatar: Extended Collector's Edition

James Cameron's Avatar: Extended Collector's Edition

New BD-Live material has just been announced for the standard Blu-ray edition of James Cameron's Avatar. The downloadable content will include special features from the Extended Edition Blu-ray, which will hit stores later on 24 November.

The downloadable content will include special features from the Extended Edition Blu-ray, which will hit stores later in the month (24 November). According to 20th Century Fox, the BD-Live content is a reward for consumers who bought the first Avatar Blu-ray disc.

In the weeks leading up to the launch of Avatar: Extended Edition, costumers will be able to stream or download new scenes and content from their Avatar discs.

The list of material that is going to be rolled out between now and 24 November includes:

• 'Grandma’s Teylu': Never Before Seen Deleted Scene

• 2006 Art Reel Excerpt

• 'Driving Range': Never Before Seen Deleted Scene

• Acting in the Volume: Excerpt from documentary

• 'Drums of War': Never Before Seen Deleted Scene

• Scene Deconstruction: Demonstration

• “What did happen”: Excerpt from the Collector’s Extended Cut

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