Director James Cameron recently made a trip to the Amazon rain forest regions of Brazil, revealing that he also wants to bring the cast of Avatar 2 to the region. Here's what he told the Brazilian press last week.

"Avatar is a film about the rain forest and its indigenous people. Before I start to shoot the two films I want to bring my actors here, so I can better tell this story. Actors could learn about the natives and what real life in the jungle is like."
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During his trip, he met with members of the caiapo tribe. The chief baptized the director with the name, "Krapremp-ti," which means, "man who is a friend of the jungle." James Cameron revealed he would use that name in the sequel, and that he would have made a better movie had he visited the area sooner.

"If I had met the caiapos before making Avatar, I would certainly have made a better film."

The director wouldn't reveal any casting information for Avatar 2 yet.