Meanwhile, Jolie falls to #18.
He's not wrong.
The HMFIC was summoned to Washington today, along with some oil experts, to participate in an EPA-organized brainstorming session.
Also, he's sorry about the floating mountains.
Well, not exactly for him.
Don’t mess with Pandora!
Plus: Shatner to go out signing autographs.
HMFIC: "I'm going to be focusing on the ocean on Pandora."
The director has gone to Brazil to help some real-life Na'vi.
"Hiccup may not be much of a dragon-slayer but in the sequel maybe he'll go on to a brilliant career in the State Department."
Beck adds the director to the "I Hate Glenn Beck" Club.
You've read what James Cameron had to say about Glenn Beck at yesterday's 'Avatar' DVD junket — and now you can hear it!
"He certainly is dangerous, and I'd love to have a dialogue with him."
Calls this year's Oscar winner "lazy."
Not that $350 million is so shabby.
Cameron reportedly said he'll direct a segment of the proposed ten-part 3-D movie.
Plus: Anne Hathaway to fall for Jim Sturgess after a while.
Plus: Fourteen women get lucky on the same night.
Turns out James Cameron got Tantra right.
Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, and 'Alice in Wonderland' inspire a list of the top fifteen collaborations of the last 25 years.
"If they want to poke fun at 'Avatar' Sunday, that's okay by me."
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A show producer was worried that Cameron might storm out of the broadcast on live TV.
Plans to publish Charles Pellegrino's 'The Last Train From Hiroshima,' which the HMFIC wanted to turn into a movie, have been halted.
But wait, how is that possible?
Cameron says Worthington was always his first choice.