News: James Cameron To Bring Us More Original Sci-Fi

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Not content with developing AVATAR 2 and 3, James Cameron is also set to produce another original* Sci-Fi movie in the form of MYTH.

Teaming up with his AVATAR star Sam Worthington and producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura (TRANSFORMERS 3), the guys are set to bring us a new movie that promises to be “big, sci-fi, and has lots of action.” As the project has yet to be officially announced, plot details are nonexistent at this time – though we do know the screenplay will be penned by CALL OF DUTY writer WILL STAPLES.

What with this, Damon Lindelof’s secret movie franchise; Guillermo Del Toro’s PACIFIC RIM; and Tom Cruise’s OBLIVION – the next few years should be an interesting time for fans of original sci-fi film.

AVATAR 2 and 3 are scheduled for release in December 2014 and 2015 respectively.

*Okay, so AVATAR wasn't exactly 'original' per se, but you get my point.

Excited for MYTH? What would you guys like to see from further AVATAR adventures? Let us know with your comments below!

 


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0 #2 jim 2011-06-16 21:59
Quoting Rachel Collins Barrett:
although i'm not the biggest cameron fan in the world, got to be excited for any actual new films that are coming out and aren't a remake/boot or a sequel or a prequel on the back of some other film that already exists.


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+1 #1 Rachel Collins Barrett 2011-06-16 21:24
although i'm not the biggest cameron fan in the world, got to be excited for any actual new films that are coming out and aren't a remake/boot or a sequel or a prequel on the back of some other film that already exists.
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