Yukito Kishiro’s acclaimed manga series takes a massively expensive trip to the big screen.
Weaver reveals that her training for "Avatar 2” included a crash course in freediving because the actors are "going to have to do long takes underwater" without scuba gear.
The filmmaker says his latest research has turned up some new facts about the liner's sinking, which he covers in a new National Geographic Channel documentary.
Kate Winslet has come on board James Cameron’s Avatar sequels, reuniting with the director two decades after they collaborated on Titanic.
The original Wonder Woman is not OK with the 'Terminator' director's recent controversial remarks.
Paramount Pictures made the announcement on Wednesday. Linda Hamilton will be returning as Sarah Connor, with Arnold Schwarzenegger also on board to reprise the role of his iconic cyborg. The upcoming film will mark the first time that Hamilton, Schwarzenegger, and Cameron will be working together on the franchise since 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Production on first two sequels kicked off Monday; original stars Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana are back with several new faces.
With James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger involved, it's a reunion more than 25 years in the making.
After Cameron slams "Wonder Woman" for "objectifying" Gal Gadot's character, Jenkins says he doesn't understand because he's not a woman.
Outspoken Oscar winner takes a shot at the summer blockbuster while promoting the rerelease of his "Terminator 2."
Oscar winner invokes his star's famous accent while telling us the digital alterations he made for the rerelease of his seminal sci-fi/action sequel.
James Cameron offers a heartfelt tribute to his friend and frequent collaborator, the late actor Bill Paxton, and reveals details of their final conversation.
James Cameron on 'Avatar' sequels in Empire: 'There’s not a new villain every time.... Same guy...through all four movies'; adds Peter Jackson inspired him
In the 1990s, James Cameron wrote a 'scriptment' for a Spider-Man film that pre-dated Sam Raimi's by a decade; what it'd have been, why it didn't happen
'Fear the Walking Dead' star Ciiff Curtis joins a cast that includes Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington for James Cameron's promised franchise extensions
This fall will mark the 20th anniversary of the theatrical debut of Titanic, James Cameron’s Oscar-winning romance, which overcame a troubled production to become one of the most profitable and popular films in history. In an excerpt from Leading Lady: Sherry Lansing and the Making of a Hollywood Groundbreaker published in The Hollywood Reporter (whose executive features editor, Stephen Galloway, penned the book), Lansing confesses she absolutely loved the early footage that Cameron showed her.
The actress says, “I can’t wait to be under his mentorship again because he has been the best role model and the best mentor in the business for me.”
James Cameron‘s first of four planned Avatar sequels is still two years away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t visit the film’s alien moon of Pandora much sooner. Avatar: Discover Pandora opens its doors in Taipei this Wednesday. The inaugural stop of 20th Century Fox and Cameron’s sprawling, high-tech exhibition will spend three months at the Shin Kong Mitsukoshi Xinyi Place A11 6F Xinyi Theater before embarking on a world tour. (Future dates will be unveiled at avatardiscoverpandora.com.)
The brain trust behind Avatar is about to launch an immersive, interactive experience that aims to take fans inside James Cameron’s extraterrestrial world. Titled Avatar: Discover Pandora (and not to be confused with Walt Disney World’s planned Pandora-themed land or Cirque du Soleil’s Avatar-based traveling show Toruk), the 12,000-square-foot exhibition comes stocked with life-sized creatures (including the soaring Banshees and vicious Viperwolf) and is set to open Dec. 7 in Taipei before embarking on a world tour.
Angela Bassett, Lenny Kravitz, and Sigourney Weaver brought the star power on night 3 of the DNC. Of course, there were a cadre of stars who came together to lend their support to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Star Jones added a dash of sass to the DNC.
One of the biggest surprises about Sean Parker’s proposed $50 home move service is the cadre of top filmmakers who are supporting the venture, including J.J. Abrams and Peter Jackson.