Hustler's buzzed-about new porn parody, "This Ain't Avatar XXX," has finally been released. 

The two-disc set, featuring a 3-D and plain old 2-D version, reportedly picks up after the events of the original "Avatar" with Jake Sulley discovering a surprising sexual side to the indigenous N'avi people.

In a press release, Hustler touched upon the artistic elements that went into their film — most notably praising the method used to color the actors.

"We used an alcohol-based paint so that it wouldn't sweat or rub off during the film's most important scenes," said Garland. "In fact, I believe we used over 40 bottles during the whole production. At more than $50 a bottle, you can imagine what kind of finances went into airbrushing the actors blue!"

Indeed. Hustler also wanted to make an "Avatar" parody that was as immersive as the original; especially when it came to viewing the film in 3-D.

"This is 3-D technology at its best," said Rob Smith, director of operations for Hustler Video. "Characters aren't seemingly jumping out at you and there's no need to watch the film in fear that something — or someone — might hit you at any time. That's not the kind of movie we made. We made a film, where, when you're watching it in 3-D, everything just seems to come alive. It has dimension, depth, and the sense that you could literally walk in to the frame at any second."

With such marketing, it's hard to believe that we're actually talking about a porn film here and not some art house project. One quick look at the new name of Pandora, however (Panwhora according to Hustler), and it's easy to be brought back down to earth in terms of expectations. 

Check out a SFW trailer of "This Ain't Avatar XXX" below. 

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