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James Cameron co-produces this action-packed 3-D adventure which follows the struggles of a trapped cave-diving team desperately fighting for survival. Directed by Alister Grierson, this Australian drama is inspired by the true-life events of co-writer Andrew Wight, who narrowly escaped death after a dangerous underwater diving expedition. Universal Pictures teamed up with Relativity Media for [...]
Avatar director James Cameron is forming the Cameron-Pace Group with Vince Pace, with whom he developed the Fusion 3D camera system used for his 2009 film. The venture is a rebranding of PACE, the company that offers the Fusion camera system, and as THR reports, “aims to develop, sell and lease 3D production technology to [...]
TorrentFreak.com has reported that the most pirated film of 2010 was James Cameron's Avatar starring Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana and Sigourney Weaver
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The re-release of Avatar hits UK cinemas on the 27th August, solely in 3D and features an extra nine minutes of new footage.
James Cameron, director of not just one but the two highest grossing box office films in the world, 'Titanic' (1997) and 'Avatar' (2009) has revealed that he intends to convert his drama romance starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet into a 3D feature (like Avatar) for a April 2012 release, in time for the 100th anniversary of the ship's fateful voyage from Southampton, England.