"Avatar" Still Tops, Sequel Talk

By Garth Franklin Wednesday December 30th 2009 05:07AM

James Cameron's sci-fi epic continues to hold the box-office hostage, scoring a whopping $19.4 million domestically on Monday to add to its global tally which currently sits at around $642 million after just eleven days.

Cameron meanwhile has been talking up potential sequel storylines to The Los Angeles Times, saying that the story would include leaving the bio-diverse moon Pandora where the first film is entirely set.

Cameron says that "The planet in Pandora's sky is called Polyphemus and its a primary for a system of moons just like in our solar system. We have some story ideas about how to branch out into other moons of Polyphemus and the Alpha Centauri A (ACA) solar system."