"We signed our lives away for whatever was going to happen. It was the kind of thing that, had they not asked me to sign, I would've offered myself regardless," the star told Access Hollywood of the potential sequel at the 3rd Annual Essence Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon. "Any excuse to go back and reunite with [director] Jim [Cameron] and the rest of the cast, especially Sam [Worthington] and Sigourney [Weaver], is something that I won't even hesitate [to do]."
As the cast and crew of "Avatar" gear up for their big night at the Oscars on Sunday, Zoe said she's been trying to slow down the whirlwind of awards season events.
"Life happens and it goes so fast," she said. "It's been so wonderful so far."
The film has grossed over $2 billion, making it the top-earning film ever – beating out Cameron's previous record holder, 1997's "Titanic." The director has confirmed a sequel is in the works, though the project is likely a ways off.
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