James Cameron

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Time-Traveling Android Is Back in the ‘Terminator 2’ 3-D Re-Release Trailer
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Time-Traveling Android Is Back in the ‘Terminator 2’ 3-D Re-Release Trailer
It’s a rare thing in Hollywood for a sequel to come close to, or even end up being better than, the original, but James Cameron effortlessly managed that feat with 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgement Day. The film sees Arnold Schwarzenegger return as the sinister Terminator android, but this time around his intentions are much more heroic. If you’ve been itching to watch this movie on the big screen in as immersive an experience as possible, Cameron and co. have cooked up a re-release of the movie in his new favorite medium: 3-D.
James Cameron’s ‘Avatar 2’ Will Be Screened in Glasses-Free 3-D
James Cameron’s ‘Avatar 2’ Will Be Screened in Glasses-Free 3-D
James Cameron is the kind of director who likes to revolutionize the industry he works in whenever he makes a movie. Shot entirely in a new format of 3-D motion-capture, his Avatar wowed audiences with its visual style and groundbreaking effects, and Cameron is poised to do it again. He announced today that Avatar 2 will be projected in 3-D, but audiences won’t need their glasses.
‘Mythbusters’ Settles the ‘Titanic’ Debate: Did Jack Have to Die?
‘Mythbusters’ Settles the ‘Titanic’ Debate: Did Jack Have to Die?
It was a debate that had raged since 'Titanic' hit theaters 25 years ago: did Rose leave Jack to die by not letting him up on the board as they floated in the ocean. James Cameron maintains that the board would have only been big enough for one of them and Jack died valiantly, letting Rose live. Others argue that they could have at least tried to fit work it so both of them could have survived. Bu
James Cameron’s 11 Bizarre Reactions to Being Sued for Stealing the Idea for ‘Avatar’
James Cameron’s 11 Bizarre Reactions to Being Sued for Stealing the Idea for ‘Avatar’
‘Avatar’ has won millions of fans, but the movie’s director, James Cameron, has won a couple of enemies. The Oscar winner has found himself at the center of two separate lawsuits which claim he stole the idea for the movie, which just so happens to be the highest-grossing film in history.