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First Avatar exhibition opens doors in Taiwan

Fans of James Cameron’s Avatar will now be able to experience an interactive new exhibition inspired by the movie.

Lightstorm Entertainment and Twentieth Century Fox Location Based Entertainment, GES has partnered with Beast Kingdom Co to bring Avatar: Discover Pandora to Taiwan for a three-month showcase.

“The premiere of the exhibition marks the culmination of more than two years of work to bring James Cameron’s vision of Pandora to audiences around the world, and we are thrilled to make Taiwan the first stop of the exhibition’s five-year global tour,” said Eddie Newquist, chief creative officer and EVP at GES.

“GES is proud to lead the creative efforts of the artists, engineers, designers and craftsmen who infused the entire exhibition with the artistry, innovation and quality of James Cameron’s Avatar.”

Guests will be able to explore the world of Pandora and engage with multi-sensory activities, including interacting with banshees and learning about space travel.

Kathy Franklin, president and franchise development at Lightstorm Entertainment, added: “So much of what we learn about Pandora can inspire us to be more curious and thoughtful about the world around us.

“This exhibition gives us the opportunity to take guests on a fascinating journey that we hope will give them new insights about both the rich and detailed alien world created in Avatar and the amazing Earth we all share.”

Check out a behind the scenes video from the exhibition below: 

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