Posts tagged: James Cameron

Bill Paxton Biography: From JFK to ‘Big Love’

Actor Bill Paxton has died, quite suddenly, at age 61. His family said in a statement that “It is with heavy hearts we share the news that Bill Paxton has passed …..

James Cameron Says BP Doesn’t Need His Help

Film director James Cameron says his offer to help BP figure out how to fix their monstrous oil spill was rebuffed. His name showed up in the news this week in relation to the crisis, and the news was met with mixed reviews.
That means some people said, “Right on, that dude knows how to run things!” They have in mind Cameron’s films, including Titanic and Avatar, both of which are more undertakings than they mere movies.

James Cameron Saturday

I went in and pitched it to the studio as Romeo and Juliet on a ship: “It’s going to be this epic romance, passionate film.”  Secretly what I wanted to do was I wanted to dive to the real wreck of Titanic, and that’s why I made the movie. James Cameron tells the TED Conference about his fascination with diving and how it’s affected his career.

Michael Biehn, Bite Victim

In every James Cameron movie Michael appears in, his character is bitten on the hand by another character. From Wikipedia’s entry on actor Michael Biehn.  But wait: there’s a caveat!This does not include Terminator 2: Judgment Day (however, Biehn is only in one scene in this film, and the scene is not part of the theatrical version; it is only available in the extended edition of the film).

Photo of the Day: James Cameron

Director James Cameron promotes his new movie Avatar in Beijing yesterday.More photos of James Cameron >>(Photo credit: WENN)

The Shortest ‘Avatar’ Review Ever

Paul Hehn reviews the new James Cameron film Avatar:It’s Ferngully meets Pocahontas, story-wise. Visually it’s terrific and I’m very glad I saw it on the big screen.You could say it’s a grand feast of a movie, or you could say it was too long. It didn’t *feel* too long, but you can see where there are parts that are unnecessary.Fin!See photos of Avatar >>

Rober Ebert Loves ‘Avatar’

Roger Ebert’s weekend review was a full-on rave for James Cameron’s new film.Once again, [Cameron] has silenced the doubters by simply delivering an extraordinary film. There is still at least one man in Hollywood who knows how to spend $250 million, or was it $300 million, wisely.It takes a hell of a lot of nerve for a man to stand up at the Oscarcast and proclaim himself King of the World. James Cameron just got re-elected.

Avatar PHOTOS

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