Avatar fans have been waiting patiently for news on the sequels. Now James Cameron says that he's close to finishing the screenplays for parts two and three, and he's thinking about relying on 48 fps, depending on how audiences respond to Peter Jackson's The Hobbit.
It’s a debate that has gone on for fifteen years and now, with the help of some science (and television), we finally have an answer. Could Jack have survived the Titanic shipwreck? What does James Cameron have to say about the results?
James Cameron reveals that he was bidding on Jurassic Park as a project he wanted to direct. Cameron explains how his vision of the film would have been more like Aliens - darker and "nastier." Are you glad Spielberg (allegedly) beat Cameron to the phone or would you have rather seen this Aliens-esque vision of Jurassic Park Cameron was cooking up?
In the ever-evolving world of Avatar, it appears that Avatar 4 is back on the slate, with James Cameron explaning that it will most likely be a prequel. Would you be interested in an Avatar prequel?
Just how many Avatar sequels does James Cameron plan to film? We thought he had three sequels on his radar, but producer Jon Landau has other plans.
Where can you see The Hobbit in 48 frames per second, as Peter Jackson intended? Who has been cast as Brutus in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire? The Morning Must-Read has all the answers.
The Morning Must-Read covers Peter Jackson's announcement that The Hobbit will be three films, the rumor that Rush Hour 4 is in development, and the latest Skyfall trailer which Sony is running during the Olympic Games.
We knew James Cameron planned to shoot an Avatar sequel, possibly delivering it in theaters by 2015. But an Avatar cast member revealed that Cameron now plans to film three Avatar sequels back-to-back. We have the details.
Weekend estimates move The Avengers into third place on the worldwide box office charts. But James Cameron still owns Nos. 1 and 2 with Avatar and Titanic. Can Avengers ever catch up? Or will Cameron remain the King of the World? Weigh in.
Cameron has already lined up two Avatar sequels that are scheduled to arrive in theaters sometime in 2015 and 2016, respectively. Now the director says that his days of developing other films are over, except, maybe, possibly a fourth Avatar in the distant future. Are you happy Cameron is focusing all his filmmaking energy on more Avatar films?
The sequel to the biggest movie of all time has been bumped a couple of times now. While the plan of shooting two films back to back is still on track, the release date for Avatar 2 looks like it will be getting bumped out of its 2014 target date. Producer Jon Landau explains why.
Our exclusive Titanic Time Warp concludes with a vintage interview with director James Cameron from 1997. Watch the video, then head to the theaters to see Cameron's Oscar-winning epic as you've never seen it before…in 3D!
This week, Paramount Pictures and James Cameron are inviting audiences back to Titanic so we can see the 11-time Oscar winner in glorious 3D. But we're going one step further. We're bringing our readers all the way back to 1997 to see what Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio and their director had to say about Titanic before it opened. It's a Titanic flashback, and it's only on Fandango!
James Cameron's voyage to the bottom of the sea was documented for a 3D feature he plans to bring to theaters in the near future. Until then, National Geographic has one minute of footage, and we have quotes from the Oscar-winning director explaining how he documented his historic dive.
An interesting bit of movie trivia was revealed courtesy of Chris Claremont. Who is Chris Claremont? And how did Stan Lee stop James Cameron from making an X-Men movie?
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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