Poor James Cameron just won't let this one go. As we're just days away from the sixth anniversary of the release of "Avatar," Cameron wants to remind you that those sequels he keeps threatening are totally still going to happen. Really. All three — yes, three — of them. “I’m in the process of doing another pass through all three scripts right now,” Cameron tells Entertainment Weekly. “Just refining. That’s in parallel with the design process. The design process is very mature at this point. We’ve been designing for about a year and a half. All the characters, settings and creatures are all pretty much [set].”

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And let's just say he's feeling a bit nervous about the whole thing. "Obviously, expectations are going to be very high on these films, especially on 'Avatar 2,' to make sure it wasn’t just some big fluke the first time. So we’ve got to deliver. I’ve created a nice rod for my own back, so they say." Wait, who says that? I've legitimately never heard that expression before. 

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