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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.
This Sunday the box office breaking Avatar is releases on DVD and Blu-ray, and Twentieth Century Fox are marking the occasion with a few special events.
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So the night has finally passed and we all finally know who won what at the 2010 Academy Awards. But who were the real winners and losers last night? For those of you who didn’t manage to stay up during the wee hours to watch last night’s ceremony or for those who don’t have the [...]
Tom Hanks wasted no time in announcing that The Hurt Locker was this year's Best Picture at The Academy Awards, beating James Cameron's hotly tipped Avatar. Director Kathryn Bigelow barely had time to get off the stage after being awarded the Oscar for Best Director before she was back on it to receive the biggest award of the night.
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