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Producer Jon Landau says filmmakers behind the upcoming sequels are currently exploring technologies to allow James Cameron to 'create performance capture underwater.'
The 'Titanic' helmer has signed on to direct the big-screen take on Taylor Stevens' novel, which has a female lead character described as 'a mix of Lisbeth Salander and Jason Bourne.'
Following his recent partnership with Chinese company CPG China, the 'Titanic' helmer plans to recruit actors from the Asian country to play the Pandora natives in 'Avatar 2' and 'Avatar 3'.
'Basically it goes back to the early expeditions of Pandora, and kind of what went wrong with the humans and the Na'vi,' so Cameron says of his design for the fourth 'Avatar' film.
Though saying that he will not shoot the manga-adapted film until he finishes the 'Avatar' trilogy, Cameron insists that he doesn't want any other director to take over the long-gestating project.
Eric Ryder, who was an employee for Cameron's Lightstorm, claims he developed a project that became the basis for the big-budgeted sci-fi film.
Director James Cameron has announced that he will finish the special effect for the sequels of 'Avatar' at MBS Media Campus.
The 'Bourne' actor had known the movie was going to be successful, but he had to turn down an offer to star in it because of scheduling issue.
While the 'Avatar' filmmaker serves as a producer, the 'Shrek' director Andrew Adamson is set to step behind the camera.
James Cameron has agreed to start filming 'Avatar 2' and 'Avatar 3' in late 2011, but will decide if he will shoot them back to back after completing the screenplays.
It turns out that 'Inception' took the most kudos among other movies, taking home The Ultimate Scream, Best Sci-Fi Movie and Best Sci-Fi Actor prizes among others.
The vampire-themed film rakes in five kudos, including the coveted Best Fantasy Movie and The Ultimate Scream awards.