‘Avatar’ sequels will be ‘monumental’, says Sam Worthington

'I'd do ten sequels with Jim,' says star

Sam Worthington, star of Avatar, has began discussing the forthcoming sequels to the huge science fiction film.

The follow-ups to the biggest movie of all time will be shot back-to-back, once James Cameron has finished working on the scripts.

Speaking about the prospect of two sequels at a press conference about his new film, The Debt, and as reported by Collider, Worthington said:

I’d do 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 with Jim. I love working with him. He raises the bar and gives you the courage to jump over it, and he keeps pushing. He changes your life.

Worthington went on to divulge that the Terminator director called him on his birthday to let him know that he was working on a “bible” for the Avatar world and that filming would begin once the story was 100%.

The British born Australian also discussed the sequel to Clash Of The Titans. When asked if he was surprised at the Greek myth getting a sequel, he said:

Not necessarily, because it made a shitload of money. With Jim [Cameron], it comes down to Jim. Titans made a lot of money.

As well as the big sequels Sam Worthington has three other films due for release. They include, crime drama Texas Killing Fields, cop movie Man on a Ledge and surfer flick Drift.

Worthington will next be seen in spy thriller The Debt, released in the UK on September 30.