On Thursday, Avatar director James Cameron’s name popped-up on a potential list of directors for Sony’s Spider-Man reboot, coming in 2012. MTV asked Cameron if there was any truth to it tonight.
“No, no,” Cameron said. “It’s a little bit sloppy seconds, let’s face it. I haven’t gotten a phone call. I don’t expect to â€” certainly [not] after this interview. But if you’re thinking about it, it’s sloppy seconds. I’m not interested.”
Our guess is that Cameron will move right into the Avatar sequel considering the film has already reached $1.42 billion worldwide and will likely surpass Titanic‘s $1.84 billion before it exits theaters.