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Hustler's 'Avatar' 3D Porn Is A Parody Sequel To Cameron's Epic

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Hustler unleashed their most expensive porn parody ever, “This Ain’t Avatar XX”, on the masses today — and, as expected, you’re probably most interested to hear about its newly revealed plot line.

According to the website Blast.com, three things have changed. The Na’vi are referred to as Na’bi, the planet Pandora was renamed to Panwhora, and instead of being after unobtainium, the humans are after viagratanium. Shakespeare, it’s not.

“We made a film, where, when you’re watching it in 3D, everything just seems to come alive,” said Rob Smith, director of operations for Hustler Video. “It has dimension, depth, and the sense that you could literally walk in to the frame at any second.”

Um, yea. Apparently, the story picks off after the events of the first film with Jake Sulley revealing in a video diary a darker side of the Na’bi. The Na’bi turn out to be “fetish-fueled sex fiends” who have a massive orgy after the human corporation leaves, and then reveal their true purpose for keeping humans in a surprise ending.

Something tells me this isn’t exactly the sequel James Cameron had in mind.  Check out a (SFW) trailer for the film after the jump below.

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