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Get ready for the Avatar 2 buzz to heat up soon. James Cameron has signed "Terminator" television series creator to work on the new script. This is all according to The Wrap, who is reporting that Josh Friedman, the man behind 2008's Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, is on board to work on the new screenplay for the Avatar sequel. It may be safe to say that this movie is one of the most anticipated sequels ever, being that Cameron's first Avatar made history as the highest grossing movie of all time, bringing in around $2.8 billion. And while we knew a sequel was in the works for a long time, we haven't been able to lock down any details for the plot because James Cameron apparently took a long trip to a ranch in New Zealand to work on the story. But now it seems like he's back, and ready to start moving on the part 2, so maybe the rumored 2015 release could actually happen. But who is Josh Friedman, and why is he someone that the studio would consider? Wel, Friedman has worked with Fox before. Besides the Terminator series, he's also worked with the studio on a pilot called "Lock & Key, as well as helped produce Fox's detective show, The Finder, which aired last year. But he's not just a television guy. Friedman has also worked on Spielberg's remake of "War of the Worlds" and the seriel killer flick, "The Black Dahlia." Friedman got some great feedback from audiences from his work on the Terminator series, but do you all think he has what it takes to write the sequel to the Avatar sequel? Hit the comments on this and let us know, and and make sure you subscribe to us so we can bring you all of the updates on Avatar 2, when we get them! From our headquarters, in Hollywood, Im Erin White