In his own words.
In his own words.
"When you have a science-fiction series, you're never dead, unless your DNA is expunged from the universe. And then there's always time travel."
'Avatar' is coming to Disney World.
"Cameron was like, 'Mike, directors like you have to do 3D or it is going to die,'" claims the 'Transformers' director.
"I’ve just established myself so much as being this weird, off-the-wall persona that it’s hard for ... people to see me doing something normal."
The acting is mostly blah, the dialogue from hunger, and there isn't even a clear beginning to the story — it's all throat clearing — until the first person gets killed.
And put Kim Kardashian in 3-D.
Disappointingly, he is not using HMFIC as his handle.
He sends a volley of haterade in the direction of Universal's 'Battleship.'
He'll produce the movie, and Andrew Adamson is shooting it.
Comparisons to Stanley Kubrick were de rigueur in 2010. Which ones are the most apt?
Sundry Cameron-movie puns lead to an appearance from Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Stars a bunch of people we've never really heard of, but we'll bite.
Coming to theaters in December 2014 and 2015.
In this audience footage from Spike TV's Scream Awards, Sam Worthington goes bonkers, and then gets bonked.
"To me, that’s like a slam dunk."
Her character died in Avatar, but she's coming back for the sequel.
The King of the World directing the Queen of Hollywood in 3D? We'll bite.
The director is scripting a show for the small screen.
‘Technology aside, I wish AVATAR had been more original in its storytelling.’
Plus: Madonna's upcoming movie to star Madonna's furniture.
"They did a 3-D version to get the last few drops of blood out of the turnip."
Plus: Taylor Momsen vexed by Rihanna's outerwear.
For his birthday.
Plus: Leonardo DiCaprio was totally fine with miming sex with Kate Winslet in front of her husband.