The prospect of Avatar sequels actually existing still feels pretty foreign to fans. However, the people making them are years into the process—and one of the series’ most famous stars has already wrapped her part.
James Cameron has a lot of thoughts on science fiction. This shouldn’t be a surprise, considering he made The Terminator, Aliens, The Abyss, and Avatar. But in a new series debuting tonight on AMC, he and some friends will be exploring the genre in a much deeper way than those films ever could.
James Cameron has five children, which is what interested him in the developing the plots for the Avatar sequels—but it’s also what makes him worry that they may not connect with audiences like the original did. When speaking about his upcoming AMC show James Cameron’s History of Science Fiction this weekend, the…
Sure, Avatar made $2.78 billion during its box office run almost a decade ago, but did anyone really walk out of the theater wanting to visit James Cameron’s Pandora? We still can’t figure out why “The World of Avatar” was built at Walt Disney World, but now that the park has these towering mechs walking around, it…
For years, James Cameron’s Titanic was the golden standard by which all American theatrical releases were judged, the magic money maker that no one would ever beat. Then, Cameron himself beat it, with Avatar, and a few years later Star Wars: The Force Awakens rocketed past both of those.
Mackenzie Davis, star of AMC’s fantastic Halt and Catch Fire and the best episode of Black Mirror, is close to landing the lead role in Terminator 6. If the deal goes through she’d join the returning Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton as the new face of the franchise.
For years, James Cameron has been struggling to bring Alita: Battle Angel to life. And today, the first trailer for the manga-turned-big-budget adventure is finally here.
In a wide-ranging interview, the director sheds some light on the long gap between the first Avatar film and its several planned sequels, as well as offering some insight into his return to the Terminator franchise.
James Cameron sure does love the water. His very first movie, Piranha 2, was about fish. He revolutionized special effects with underwater thriller The Abyss. And, of course, a movie set on water called Titanic became one of the biggest of all time. We’ve known for a while that his Avatar sequels would explore the…
Production on James Cameron’s four (yes, four) Avatar sequels started last week, and today he announced his biggest piece of casting yet. Kate Winslet, who became a household name thanks to her role in Cameron’s Titanic, has joined the series.
Last night, Ryan Gosling hosted Saturday Night Live, and he took the opportunity to reprise his role as the obsessive, moody driver from 2011's Drive. This time, he only had one thing on his dark mind. Avatar.
Hot on the heels of new plot and character details in the next installment of James Cameron’s time-traveling AI apocalypse comes a release date: Terminator 6—or Terminator 3: For Real This Time, or whatever it’ll be called—is coming out on July 26, 2019.
After what feels like approximately half a century of hearing about it, the Avatar sequels have finally commenced filming—which means we can actually start getting details about what’s going on on Pandora. And what’s going on is that Jake and Neytiri have been busy since we last saw them.
The news broke last week that Linda Hamilton would reunite with Arnold Schwarzenegger in the new Terminator film, to be directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) with James Cameron producing. The stars are aligned for the first great Terminator film in decades—but what will it take to get it right?
Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger are both returning for the sixth Terminator film. James Cameron, who made the first two films, is producing, with Tim Miller (Deadpool) directing.
The 1994 James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzengger, and Jamie Lee Curtis blockbuster hit True Lies may be coming back... to a TV screen near you.
Yesterday, The Guardian published an interview with director James Cameron in which he said that Patty Jenkins’ take on Wonder Woman was an “objectified icon” and that the widespread critical acclaim for the character’s film has been “misguided.” Late last night, Jenkins took to Twitter with the perfect response.
Oh wow, does James Cameron have a hot take on Wonder Woman.
When Terminator 2: Judgment Day was released, it was a blockbuster to end all other blockbusters—the most expensive movie of all time that actually lived up to its price tag. It was the kind of movie that, if it was made today, would have been the subject of thousands upon thousands of bullshit internet articles that…