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It's never too early to start thinking about an 'Avatar' sequel.

The Los Angeles Times has posted a video interview with 'Avatar' mastermind James Cameron, which contains the inevitable inquiry regarding a sequel to the writer-director's science fiction epic. While most of 'Avatar' takes place on the moon called Pandora, it was pointed out that Pandora wasn't the only moon shown orbiting the distant Polyphemus -- and Cameron, who probably already has the entire 'Avatar' universe mapped out, said that any and all sequels would explore these other moons. It's never too early to start thinking about an 'Avatar' sequel.

The Los Angeles Times has posted a video interview with 'Avatar' mastermind James Cameron, which contains the inevitable inquiry regarding a sequel to the writer-director's science fiction epic.

While most of 'Avatar' takes place on the moon called Pandora, it was pointed out that Pandora wasn't the only moon shown orbiting the distant Polyphemus -- and Cameron, who probably already has the entire 'Avatar' universe mapped out, said that any and all sequels would explore these other moons.



Meanwhile, Variety reports that Hollywood union publicists have tapped James Cameron to receive their Motion Picture Showmanship Award. Henri Bollinger, the awards committee chairman, says 'Avatar' has "been described by reviewers as the most vivid and convincing creation of a fantasy world ever seen in the history of moving pictures."

Cameron will receive the award at the International Cinematographers Guild's 47th Annual Publicists Awards ceremony at the Century Plaza in Los Angeles on March 5, 2010.