The Terminator is one of the greatest sci-fi action thrillers of all time, but there's still a lot most fans don't know about the history behind James Cameron's epic.
Over the weekend, Eliza Dushku accused stunt co-ordinator Joel Kramer of the sexual misconduct and assault, which occurred when they worked together on 1994's True Lies. Since then, the film's director, James Cameron, and Dushku's onscreen mother, Jamie Lee Curtis,...
Production is currently underway on the first two of four sequels to the 2009 film Avatar. James Cameron has been chipping away at the block of these sequels for years now, and only recently has he been able to definitively pin down when they’d be showing off this sequel of films. RELATED – James Cameron […]
Actress Eliza Dushku ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Dollhouse") is now 37, but when she was 12, she was allegedly molested by the stunt coordinator on the set of the movie "True Lies." Dushku shared her heartbreaking story over the weekend, naming Joel Kramer as her alleged abuser. Show More Summary
Over the weekend, Eliza Dushku became the latest celebrity to speak out about being harmed by a male co-worker on the set of True Lies a movie she filmed when she was only 12 years old.
As a child actor, Eliza Dushku was thrilled to star opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis in James Cameron's the 1994 action-romance True Lies. But last weekend, she shared how making the movie became a nightmare because of a...
James Cameron supported actress Eliza Dushku after she accused stunt coordinator Joel Kramer of molesting her when she was 12 years old.
James Cameron calls Eliza Dushku brave for coming forward about being sexually assaulted by a stunt coordinator while filming True Lies.
Not the best look for James Cameron here. The famed director has officially spoken out about allegations that surfaced yesterday from Eliza Dushku against stunt coordinator Joel Kramer, wherein Eliza contends she was molested by Kramer as a 12-year-old working actor on Cameron's 1994 film True Lies. Related: Hollywood Women Call 'Time's Up' On ALL This Bullshit… Eliza [...]
This weekend, actress Eliza Dushku took to Facebook with a story alleging that True Lies stunt coordinator Joel Kramer molested her during production when she was just 12 years old. Kramer has denied these allegations, but no one is taking this situation lightly at all. Show More Summary
The director said he'd have shown "no mercy" had he known the then-12-year-old actress had been molested while shooting his 1994 film.
Director James Cameron appeared on a Television Critics Association panel this weekend for his upcoming AMC docuseries James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction. Inevitably, the panel ended with a question about the new Avatar sequels. Show More Summary
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James Cameron is breaking his silence on Eliza Dushku‘s claims that True Lies stunt coordinator Joel Kramer sexually assaulted her when she was 12-years-old. While attending the 2018 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour on Saturday (January 13), the 63-year-old director and writer of True Lies called the 37-year-old actress “brave” for coming forward with [...]
James Cameron would have shown “no mercy” had he known about Eliza Dushku’s alleged experience on the set of his 1994 film True Lies, he said at TCA on Saturday. Eliza Dushku–who was 12 years old at the time of filming, posted on Facebook...Show More Summary
James Cameron was supposed to be promoting his season of AMC Visionaries, James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction on Saturday at the Television Critics Association winter previews, but instead the legendary director fielded questions about his knowledge of Eliza Dushku's alleged molestation while... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com James Cameron Eliza Dushku True Lies
AMC has set premiere dates for McMafia, Fear the Walking Dead season four, Into the Badlands season three, and AMC Visionaries: James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction. The announcements came from the Television Critics Assn. pressShow More Summary
John Cameron Mitchell performed 'Hedwig' songs in at the premiere party (there's video), which was attended by Sting whose wife Trudie Styler directed the movie which includes Bettle Midler as a cast member. Trudie is also doing Q&A's at IFC Center where the movie is playing in NYC. Continue reading…
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