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Filmmaker and noted environmentalist James Cameron produced an extended public service announcement about climate change that aired during the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday, shortly before a speech by California Governor Jerry Brown about the dire effects of global warming. Sigourney Weaver introduced the video, and narrated it with contributions ... More »
One of Hollywood's most powerful filmmakers is picking an unusual venue to debut his next film: the Democratic National Convention. James Cameron, the man behind such blockbusters as Titanic and Avatar, is screening his short film Not Reality TV in Philadelphia during the DNC to bring awareness to... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com James Cameron
OK, let’s try to wrap our heads around the following: Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Republican former governor of California, just talked about global warming at the Democratic National Convention. No, he didn’t make a backlit entranceShow More Summary
The Academy Award-winning director has a new short film on climate change to premiere at the DNC.
PHILADELPHIA ? Climate change will get a star-studded, prime-time spot at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday with a short film from James Cameron and Maria Wilhelm. The five-and-half-minute film includes a number of celebrities...Show More Summary
James Cameron says that the key to containing movie piracy is preserving the theater experience as something special but his wife, Gale Anne Hurd, is a little more militant. The producer of The Terminator and Aliens says torrent site...Show More Summary
James Cameron recently looked at his own work through the lens of a fan and explained why he thinks Aliens is such a great film.
Director James Cameron explains how his process of 'overwriting' lead to Avatar 5, while teasing other ways he can expand the franchise.
James Cameron, Sigourney Weaver, Bill Paxton and more gathered to reminisce and celebrate the legacy of their lasting sci-fi/horror classic.
The film starring Sigourney Weaver and directed by James Cameron was a sci-fi smash in 1986.
James Cameron's Avatar sequels have been pushed back so many times that they almost feel like they should have been cancelled by now. And yet, the director himself has some reasons as to why those films still need to exist.
James Cameron shares his thoughts about how the Alien franchise went astray with David Fincher's Alien 3 at Comic-Con.
Director James Cameron appeared at San Diego Comic-Con International 2016 as part of a Hall H’s Aliens anniversary retrospective on Saturday afternoon, and afterwards he did some press where he talked about his upcoming four Avatar sequels,...Show More Summary
The cast of Aliens assembled at Comic-Con to celebrate the iconic science fiction film’s 30th anniversary, and all agreed that James Cameron’s script is a key part of what makes the film a classic. But woven into that strong storytelling are also some of cinema’s most memorable one-liners, as stars Bill Paxton and Sigourney Weaver recalled. Read more...
At the San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, a panel was assembled to celebrate the 30th anniversary of James Cameron's classic ALIENS. Moderated by Entertainment Weekly's Anthony Breznican, the panel saw Cameron reunited with...Show More Summary
Most movie fans would agree that the first two films in the Alien franchise are works of certified genius. After that, most fans would agree that things go to hell in a handcart. James Cameron has one, or actually two things, that he believes were seriously bad decisions after he left...
Bill Paxton, Lance Henriksen, Paul Reiser, Gale Anne Hurd, and even Newt joined in.
During the Comic-Con panel celebrating the 30th anniversary of Aliens, director James Cameron took a moment to talk about his favorite subject: Avatar sequels. Cameron has ostensibly been working on Avatar sequels ever since the first movie came out in 2009, and apparently he’s still adamant that they’re actually going to happen. Show More Summary