James Cameron in the AmazonYou can fight city hall, even if the battle is deep in the rain forests of Brazil. Hollywood mega-director James Cameron believes Brazil's Amazon rain forest is the climactic setting for an 'Avatar'-like battle between indigenous people and a giant hydroelectric project, reports the Telegraph.

"I'm drawn into a situation where a real-life 'Avatar' confrontation is in progress," said Cameron, director of über blockbusters 'Avatar' and 'Titanic,' by phone. He was speaking while trekking to a protest in front of the Brazilian Mines and Energy Ministry. Cameron is currently in the South American country supporting Indian and environmental groups opposing the massive Belo Monte dam project.