James Cameron’s Avatar is coming to Disney+ and will be available to stream starting November 12.

What’s happening:

  • Disney+ has announced that the global box office phenomenon Avatar will be available on the streaming service when it launches in the U.S., Canada, and The Netherlands on November 12.
  • Fans in Australia and New Zealand will be able to enjoy the film as well when Disney+ launches in their region on November 19.  
  • To help celebrate this exciting announcement regarding the film’s availability on Disney+, James Cameron recorded a special greeting:

  • Disney+ will be the exclusive subscription streaming home of the award-winning cutting-edge film, which will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of its theatrical release on December 18.  
  • From visionary director James Cameron, Avatar was the first motion picture of its kind to utilize a new generation of special effects to deliver a fully immersive cinematic experience.
  • The Oscar and Golden Globe-winning epic is the second highest-grossing film of all time.

About Avatar:

  • Written and directed by James Cameron and produced by Cameron and Jon Landau, Avatar takes us to the amazing world of Pandora, where a man embarks on an epic adventure, ultimately fighting to save both the people he learns to love and the place he now calls home.
  • Journey into a spectacular world beyond imagination, where reluctant hero Jake Sully (Worthington) sets out on a journey of redemption and discovery as he leads a courageous battle to save a civilization
  • The film stars:
    • Sam Worthington
    • Zoë Saldana
    • Sigourney Weaver
    • Stephen Lang
    • Michelle Rodriguez
    • Giovanni Ribisi
    • Joel David Moore
    • CCH Pounder
    • Wes Studi
    • Laz Alonso
  • Known for his ability to tell deeply human, relatable stories on an expansive, visually immersive canvas, Cameron pushes the boundaries of modern filmmaking with innovative techniques and universal human stories that make this film a must-see experience for audiences of all ages.