Actors:Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Michelle Rodriguez, Giovanni Ribisi, Joel David Moore, CCH Pounder, Wes Studi, Laz Alonso, Dileep Rao, Matt Gerald, Sean Anthony Moran, Jason Whyte, Scott Lawrence, Kelly Kilgour, James Patrick Pitt, Sean Patrick Murphy, Peter Dillon, Kevin Dorman, Kelson Henderson, David Van Horn, Jacob Tomuri, Michael Blain-Rozgay, Jon Curry, Julene Renee, Luke Hawker, Woody Schultz, Peter Mensah, Sonia Yee, Jahnel Curfman, Ilram Choi, Kyla Warren, Alicia Vela-Bailey, Kyle Dryberg, Larry Rew, Dina Morrone
Plot of the film "Avatar"
In the near future, humanity is facing a global energy crisis. Man has managed to exhaust the Earth's natural resources, and the RDA (Resource Development Administration) sees the solution to this catastrophe in the unobtanium, an energy-rich element that exists on Pandora's moon, a jungle planet orbiting a gas giant in the distant Alpha Centauri galaxy. Mining of unobtanium is a complex and expensive enterprise, not only because of Pandora's remoteness from Earth, but also because the planet itself is dangerous to humans: Pandora's atmosphere is toxic to humans, and the na'vi, a race of blue-colored creatures, already inhabit it and vigilantly protect the environment. Human scientists have managed to create avatars - hybrid clones of half-humans, half-animals that can move freely and work in the poisonous atmosphere of Pandora. Human operators "load" their consciousness into these surrogate bodies. Paraplegic Marine Jake Sully gets a second chance at life when he replaces his twin brother as an avatar operator. He is sent to Pandora to serve as a bodyguard for Dr. Grace Augustine, the head of the Avatar program, and xenobiologist Dr. Norm Spellman, who study the local flora and fauna of the planet. A former marine, Jake is not very suitable for this job, but the military wing of the RDA hopes that by getting along with scientists and integrating into the life of the na'vi, he will be able to learn more about how to get the much-desired unobtanium for them, either by encouraging the na'vi to leave their "Native tree", or, if necessary, by force.