James Cameron may be in line for nine Oscars for his record-breaking movie Avatar, to add to the 11 he won for Titanic, but will they make him happy? Actress Linda Hamilton, one of his four ex-wives, says the trouble with Cameron is that he always wants what he can't have - at least as far as women are concerned. Linda Hamilton, one of James Cameron's four ex wives, says the trouble with the director is that he always wants what he can't have.
December 24th,pm. It all went down at LAX -- when James walked past a man holding an "Avatar" poster, and refused to sign. You at least could be nice to the guy.
Battle Studies, indeed! TMZ recently ran video of someone harassing James Cameron to sign an Avatar poster, the highlight of which: Cameron calling his "fan" a "fucking asshole. But Cameron's surprising public advocate nailed the story.
James Cameron: "Just get out of my personal space What do you make of this? Is James Cameron really a cruel, arrogant, big-headed film director for no regard for normal people at all? EDIT: In an interview, Cameron was quoted as saying that he would "sign as many autographs as people would line up for" after the release of Avatar, and that "the only thing worse than signing autographs would be people not asking for any at all.
If you're ever asked to name a sequel that's better than the original, it's very likely that T-2 is your answer. Another strong candidate for a sequel that topped the original is James Cameron's stonewall classic Aliens. Before you start throwing Xenomorph blood at us and screaming 'Game over, man!
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Yesterday, the Avatar director hit back with his own vitriolic volley at a press conference to promote the film's forthcoming DVD release, calling his nemesis an "asshole" and offering to debate with him on environmental and political issues. Beck, a commentator for Fox News, first targeted Cameron following the film-maker's documentary The Lost Tomb of Jesus, which cast doubt on the resurrection of Jesus Christ and suggested that the ancient Tomb of the Ten Ossuaries belonged to Jesus' family. Yesterday, Cameron returned the compliment.
From Esquire. James Cameron did not like the buzz surrounding Wonder Woman. In an interview with The Guardianhe called Wonder Woman "an objectified icon," and "just male Hollywood doing the same old thing. And then Cameron, a member of male Hollywood, did the same thing he's been doing for years, patting himself on the back in a self-congratulatory manner for his own work on behalf of women: "Sarah Connor was not a beauty icon.
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By Geoff Boucher. In a video message, the director of the two highest-grossing films of all time Avatar and Titanic praised the ensemble of actors who have been filming Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 since September Two additional sequels are planned after that if the first pair deliver the kind of box-office success that Fox and Cameron are expecting.