He decided to concentrate on making documentaries and refining the technology for the next few years.
It was revealed in a Bloomberg Business Week cover story that 20th Century Fox had fronted million to Cameron to film a proof-of-concept clip for Avatar, which he showed to Fox executives in The Na'vi language has a lexicon of about 1000 words, with some 30 added by Cameron.
While protecting the avatars of Grace and fellow scientist Dr.
director James Cameron wrote an 80-page treatment for Avatar, drawing inspiration from "every single science fiction book" he had read in his childhood as well as from adventure novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs and H. However, Cameron felt that the technology had not caught up with the story and vision that he intended to tell.
When Grace learns of this, she transfers herself, Jake, and Norm to an outpost.
Over the following three months, Jake grows to sympathize with the natives.
Seeing this, Quaritch's men destroy Hometree, killing Neytiri's father (the clan chief) and many others.
Mo'at frees Jake and Grace, but they are detached from their avatars and imprisoned by Quaritch's forces.
On April 14, 2016, Cameron confirmed that there were now plans for four sequels.