So how did all those sci-fi plagiarism lawsuits and claims we've heard about over the years play out?
Is the biggest threat to the future of the tech industry ... James Cameron?
Because of James Cameron, Zoe Saldana almost backed out of Star Trek.
James Cameron is still plugging away on the Avatar sequels.
Guess it's time to put all those FernGully jokes to bed.
James Cameron's Avatar committed many a film-making sin. Let's count them together, shall we?
While most of us are still cautiously optimistic at the idea of another Terminator film (those last two left a LOT to be desired), that doesn't mean work isn't still moving ahead.
James Cameron's Avatar was one of the biggest hits of the past decade, and we've heard a lot about how he wants to turn the alien tale into a franchise that will last the next several years. To make the sequels even more internationally viable, Cameron now plans to add some cultural diversity to the tall, blue race of aliens. Say hello to the Chinese Na'vi.
It's been nearly three years since James Cameron released Avatar and was crowned the director of the highest-grossing movie ever (again). The long-promised sequels to the flick have yet to materialize, in part because Cameron is apparently working hard to keep his franchise from turning out like another mega-blockbuster sci-fi series.
We already knew James Cameron was gearing up for two new Avatar sequels, but it seems he could have even more Pandora adventures in the pike. How about a prequel trilogy?