It's been nearly a year since the latest spoof effort from Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, Vampires Suck, made just $36 million domestically, giving us all the vain hope that maybe they were done blighting our cinematic landscape for good. But you can probably already guess that's not what's happening. Icon Entertainment sent a press release to Coming Soon announcing that they're backing The Biggest Movie of All Time, the latest Friedberg & Seltzer effort that will be taking aim at one of the biggest, easiest, and now most dated targets imaginable: Avatar. If you thought they were behind the curve when they took aim at Twilight two years after the first film comes out, just wait until their movie hits theaters next year making all the Na'vi jokes we were sick of in January 2010.
The press release came complete with a poster, which you can see below, and a paragraph that's basically a "mission statement," promising all the ridiculous things about Avatar that Friedberg & Seltzer will oh-so-brilliantly skewer. Like, did you know that the movie's environmental message is a little overly simple? Or hey, aren't those giant blue people craaaaaazy? I feel exhausted just thinking about it, so check out the rest of the paragraph below, and start making your plans to avoid this movie when it pops up in theaters next year.
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