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"Avatar" director James Cameron said he still aims to make four sequels to the 2009 science fiction blockbuster and is moving ahead with production while regulators review the proposed sale of 21st Century Fox's film studio to Walt Disney Co. Speaking to reporters Saturday, Cameron said he is about 100 days into filming the second and third "Avatar" installments under a deal with Fox. Murdoch-owned Fox has committed to distributing the next movie in the franchise, but the film studio is in the process of being sold to Disney as part of a $52 billion deal.Cameron described the future "Avatar" movies as "a generational family saga".
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