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 I know he's nutting out like a bible at the minute. sort of like a precursor of Avatar to just get himself back into the world and the mindset and the characters. That's how he works, it's very detailed and very weighty. But the story arc is huge. It's going to be amazing. I've talked to him, he's told me what his plans for the story are and it's huge, But he's not going to start until he raises the bar for himself, and he's in no rush. 
— Sam Worthington saying James Cameron is working on an Avatar bible for the film's possible sequels / August 13, 2011
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 I talked to Cameron and I read the script and I knew the movie was gonna be a big hit. I really wanted to do Avatar and work with Jim Cameron and watch him direct and learn a lot. But we were finishing The Bourne Ultimatum and I couldn't leave; it was a scheduling issue. 
— Matt Damon revealing that he turned down a role in Avatar due to scheduling issues / February 15, 2011
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 The biggest role I probably turned down was Avatar. I turned that down because of scheduling reasons. 
— Matt Damon turned down the role of Avatar / March 30, 2010
 I say thank goodness for Avatar. It is such an inspiration for all of us. I really think Jim has changed the industry forever, in a good way. 
— Steven Spielberg saying he will forever grateful to James Cameron for making Avatar / March 18, 2010
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 The Oscars are a celebration of movies...even the gaffes and out of bounds stuff are all part of the fun, 
— James Cameron saying he has no problems with kits poking fun at Avatar / March 04, 2010
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 The two best picture nominees that are 3D films, for some reason nobody's talking about that but it's a huge moment for the acceptance of 3D. It's not just relegated to a genre ghetto which it has been historically. Originally it was relegated to cheap horror films. Then in the last few years there have been some very fine animated films in 3D but now we're beyond that to talking about it as something that could be just equitably best picture. I think that's profound. I think it really is a watershed moment. Whether Up wins or whether Avatar wins or whether either wins, it doesn't matter because we're in that group for the first time. 
— James Cameron talks about the chances of a Oscar award for Avatar / March 03, 2010

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