James Cameron's 2009 blockbuster, Avatar, has hit cinemas yet again, this time featuring twelve more seconds of additional footage.
The latest release, branded the Special Edition Limited Edition Edition Second Edition, is said to feature "Sigourney Weaver's surprised face" according to it's world famous director.
"For the extremely interesting people who have seen my magnificent masterpiece over 50 times, the new footage should be really easy to spot. For the disrespectful bastards who have seen it only once, twice, or, god forbid, not at all, it shall be a lot less easy to spot. It's well worth the admission price. It's one of the best surprised faces I can recall seeing in a cinema."
Cameron has, rather ambitiously, set his sights on the Best Picture Academy Award that alluded him earlier in the year.
"Let me tell you, if Sigourney Weaver's surprised face doesn't win it for me, I don't know what will."
Cameron's audacious ambition was then crushed by a reporter from Fox News, who informed the deluded billionaire that Avatar would not be eligible for this years Academy Awards. The furious director struck back in anger.
"It's the Special Edition Limited Edition Edition Second Edition! Of course it's eligible!"