Major blockbusters share plenty of images and clips over the weekend, from Pacific Rim to The Wolverine. Check out the latest right here!
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.
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.
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?
Last we heard, the two planned sequels to James Cameron’s Avatar were due out in 2013 and 2014. However, if today’s news is correct, you might want to hold off on queuing up for tickets anytime soon.
Beginning Saturday, the Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame (longest museum name ever?) in Seattle will showcase various exhibits from Avatar. The public will get a first-hand look at artwork and props from the movie as well as use a virtual camera similar to the one James Cameron used.
The other day we brought you a list of the top ten highest grossing films of 2010, and now we have a list of the most popular video-on-demand titles. This year people were watching movies on-demand more than they ever were before, especially since cable providers (and studios) are making it easier (and more enjoyable) to watch movies at home.
New on DVD this week: A 3-disc set of Avatar features the original theatrical release, special edition re-release and new extended cut with 16 added minutes including an exclusive alternate opening Earth scene. Also, The Kids Are All Right, The Last Airbender and more!
Leading up to the upcoming release of that fancy three-disc special edition version of James Cameron's Avatar on Blu-ray and DVD, we were all under the assumption that they weren't releasing a 3D version yet. All we've been hearing is that a 3D version of Avatar is being planned for release next year (most likely), and so all you can get now is...
There's been a bunch of talk as of late surrounding James Cameron and whether he would be taking on another project (possibly Cleopatra with Angelina Jolie) prior to filming one or more Avatar sequels. Obviously an Avatar sequel was a given the moment the first film became the highest grossing movie of all time, but the question...
Those of you who skipped on buying or renting Avatar when it was released as a single disc with no extra flair earlier this year in the hopes the next release would be more up your alley should be satisfied with what 20th Century Fox plans to unveil this November 16th. The Avatar Extended Collector's Edition will hit on Blu-ray and DVD in...
Anyone who's been there will tell you – the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, Texas, rules. In fact, over the course of my summer blog project of watching 100 flicks in theaters in 100 days, it rightfully won for Best Overall Theatrical Experience...
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