Is The Avatar On Netflix

Is The Avatar On Netflix

Updated on November 18, 2022 11:50 AM by Michael Davis

Release date: 18 December 2009 
Director: James Cameron
Box office: 292.2 crores USD
Sequel: Avatar: The Way of Water
Budget: 23.7 crores USD (2009)


  • Sam Worthington
  • Zoe Saldana
  • Sigourney Weaver

About Avatar

A reticent hero sets out on a voyage of discovery and atonement as he leads an epic fight to save civilization in the live-action movie "Avatar," which employs the latest in special effects technology. When the tools to execute his vision were not yet available, "Titanic" filmmaker James Cameron, who won an Oscar, originally had the idea for the movie years ago. After four years of actual production, "Avatar" now offers a completely immersive cinematic experience of a new sort, where the ground-breaking technology created for the movie blends into the drama and passion of the plot.

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Film Synopsis

The Navi are creatures who appear basic but are highly evolved. They inhabit the beautiful, extraterrestrial world of Pandora. Because of the planet's toxic environment, human/Navi hybrids known as Avatars are required to attach to human minds in order to be able to walk freely on Pandora. A paraplegic former Marine named Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) is given mobility through one such Avatar and develops feelings for a Navi lady (Zoe Saldana). He is lured into a struggle for the continuation of her planet as his friendship with her deepens.

Where can I stream  Avatar? 

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The debut 2009 Avatar film will be rereleased in theatres across the country starting on Friday, September 23, in advance of the December release of Avatar 2, also known as Avatar: The Way of the Water. Fandango can help you locate a local Avatar theatre screening.

You can also watch Avatar streaming on digital platforms at home because the film has been available for more than ten years. Learn more by reading on.

Avatar On Netflix  

Sadly, no. Currently, Avatar is not available to stream on Netflix. The movie must be purchased or rented on Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Vudu, or another digital platform if you wish to watch it at home. 

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