Looks like director James Cameron will have even more time to enjoy his energy-gulping homes and vehicles.
Cameron's "Avatar 2" project is taking longer than originally expected and may not hit theaters until 2015. The Oscar-winning director, a devout environmentalist who supports eco-terrorism, moved to New Zealand last year where he plans to shoot two sequels to his blockbuster film.
Speaking with Empire, producer Jon Landau revealed that the chances of an "Avatar" sequel hitting theaters by December of 2014 are dwindling rapidly.
"We're not really naming dates, but I think 2014 will be a tough date for us to make," he said. "To us, it's about getting it right. [...] The first 'Avatar' was supposed to be 2008, it was 2009. Movies make release dates, release dates don't make movies.