The global box-office success of AVATAR has certainly made director James Cameron and actor Sam Worthington -- how should I put it -- feeling like a top-of-the-world. Now 20th Century Fox, who also distributed the movie, is in early talks with writer Will Staples (who contributes the massively popular Call of Duty video-game franchise) to pick up a sci-fi action project that are also possibly reunite Cameron and Worthington again. Apart from them, producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura (TRANSFORMERS, SALT, G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA) is attached as well.
So the movie in question is MYTH, which is actually a pitch written by Staples and subsequently attracted the attention of Cameron. Apparently Cameron is attached to executive produce, with di Bonaventura and Worthington attached to produce the movie. But nothing has been finalized yet.
What's such a big fuss about MYTH then? All we get is "it's big, it's sci-fi, and it's got a lot of action."
Cameron + Worthington + di Bonaventura + Staples = big and action-packed, sci-fi picture? Now this is spectacular!