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James Cameron Talks Avatar 2 AND 3

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james cameron talks avatar 2 and 3

As we mentioned back in October, James Cameron plans to release Avatar 2 and 3 on Christmas 2014 and 2015.

Now, it looks like Cameron's got updates for us on his progress on the films:

"I am in the process of writing the next two 'Avatar' films now. We are planning to shoot them together and post them together, and we will probably release them not quite back to back, but about a year apart. Christmas '14 and '15 is the current plan."

And here's Cameron on who will return for Avatar 2:

"Basically, if you survived the first film, you get to be in the second film, at least in some form."

Guess we'll get to see some more Giovanni Ribisi! Hooray! LOLz.

Here's Cameron on how the Avatar sequels will "benefit the environment":

"Fox has partnered with me to donate a chunk of the profits to environmental causes that are at the heart of the 'Avatar' world. I didn't want to make more 'Avatar' movies without a grander plan in place."

We LOVE the fact that they'll be donating some profits to benefit the environment. Def makes us want to see these films absolutely ROCK the box office, which we have a feeling they will!

Are U excited for more environmentally-friendly Avatar?

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Beware Of Environmentally Friendly Products That Aren't So Friendly!

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new report shows that eco friendly products are lying

Brace yourself for some troubling news.

According to a new study, 95% of green products are not AS green as they're advertised to be on their labels. An overwhelmingly large number of these products contain misleading or unsubstantiated claims of environmentalism.

Here are some examples of infractions found on environmentally-friendly products:

-No proof of environmental claims

-Vague or poorly defined marketing language, such as the word "all-natural"

-Usage of fake labels to imply third-party certification or endorsement of eco-friendly claims

At the risk of spreading paranoia, it looks like those environmentally-friendly products you've been picking up MAY NOT be as friendly as you thought.

Guess the best course of action would be to do further research before picking up these products, whenever possible.

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