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.
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