HOLLYWOOD – James Cameron announces a grand total of 416 Avatar sequels to his 2009 classic Science Fiction adventure.

Speaking at Comicon on Thursday, James Cameron stunned fans by announcing that they would be returning to Pandora once more for 416 new Avatar sequels. Cameron told a slack-jawed audience:

I have so many stories to tell and they all require advanced CGI technology, 3D, insipid characters and patchy dialogue. There’s only one place that I can get all those things and that’s in Pandora.

Cameron denied basing his ideas on the recent success of the Marvel and Star Wars franchises:

Star what? No, I’ve never seen them. I’m not interested in following other people. I just want to make my own films and occasionally chug around in a little submarine. And before you ask, yes, it’s yellow.

Cameron also offered some detail:

The first film will be Avatar: Assemble and then I plan four hundred films, each one an ‘anthology’ film – my word – following an individual member of the tribe of the Av’i.

Isn’t it the Nav’i?

Seriously, who gives a fuck? The important thing is Sam Worthington has been rebooted and Zoe Saldana will return also.

Avatar 2-416 will be released in 2019.


HOLLYWOOD – Pandora is in crisis as James Cameron threatens to move Avatar 2 shoot to Canada.

Part of the reason James Cameron’s Avatar was so successful was its wonderful location, the planet of Pandora. However, escalating instability on the planet plus high shooting costs means that James Cameron and his crew may well not return to the planet for Avatar 2 but will instead but shooting the film in Canada.

An insider to the production told the Studio Exec EXCLUSIVELY:

Ideally we’d love to be on Pandora. The planet gives you so much. 360 degrees of lush vegetation, the colors, everything. But the fact of the matter is it has very little infrastructure, the logistics of simply getting there are a nightmare and then you have the pull of some very generous tax credits on the Canadian side.

Star Sam Worthington has said in the past that he was very close to Pandora and even accepted honorary citizenship there last year, which explained his absence from the world of filmmaking as the round journey takes two years. Worthington released a statement saying:

To my understanding the decision has not yet been finalized and I would hope that there is some solution which will see us shoot in Pandora which is a unique location. Not only is it wonderful for the film, but the Pandorans have a vibrant culture and a wonderful sense of humor. Those guys keep telling me they have this box they want to show me, but they never let me open it. It’s hilarious!

James Cameron was unavailable to comment as he is believed to be currently located in his underwater lair in the Marianas Trench.

Avatar 2 will be released in 2018.