Thanks to the wonderful celebrity/civilian equalizer Twitter, James Cameron is only 140 characters and a click away from giving us updates on his sequels to the box office slaughtering, bank breaking film Avatar.

Leaving the mythical world of Pandora to join Arnold Schwarzenegger and others in Manaus, Brazil, at the International Forum on Sustainability, Cameron said he'd like to bring his actors there for inspiration. "Avatar is a film about the rain forest and its indigenous people. Before I start to shoot the two films I want to bring my actors here, so I can better tell this story. Actors could learn about the natives and what real life in the jungle is like."

During the trip, he introduced the Governator to several tribe leaders who baptized Cameron as "Krapremp-ti," which reportedly means "man who is a friend of the jungle." The filmmaker was so flattered by the gesture that he plans on using the name for Avatar 2. "If I had met the Caiapós before making Avatar," he says, "I would certainly have made a better film."

Avatar 2 and 3 are scheduled to be released in December 2014 and 2015, respectively.

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