Tag Archives: James Cameron
“What is it about this new Terminator movie that requires a huge, $200 million-plus mega-budget? Scale the thing back to a third of the price, and not only do you increase the film’s odds of turning a profit, thereby ensuring another installment, but you’re also potentially grounding the storytelling into something more accessible,” writes Neil Turitz.
The remake of the Japanese manga by Yukito Kishiro stars Rosa Salazar, Christoph Waltz, Jennifer Connelly, Mahershala Ali, Ed Skrein, Jackie Earle Haley and Keean Johnson.
James Cameron is prepared to spend the next eight years of his life making four Avatar sequels, but what is the point in announcing release dates that filmmakers can’t make?
Director James Cameron announced today at Cinemacon during the 20th Century Fox presentation that in addition to Avatar 2, he will be releasing three more sequels through 2023.
You know it’s coming, simply because it’s all anyone can talk about. They tell you to pick a side, they throw all kinds of images and faces at you, they talk numbers and revel in the intrigue and suspense. It’s going to be huge, they tell you, and you look at the evidence and realize that, in one form or another, they’re right.
This week, Napster founder and former Facebook president Sean Parker unveiled his latest venture project, Screening Room, and sought the backing of some of Hollywood’s biggest filmmakers. Now, a line has been drawn in the sand, with some of Hollywood’s biggest players taking sides.
James Cameron and Jon Landau have come on to the finished feature Beyond Glory as executive producers. The film features Gary Sinise narrating and was directed by Larry Brand.
Blends performance from stages around the world, most notable nuclear carriers in the Persian Gulf, to recount firsthand accounts of World War II, Korea and Vietnam in the words of eight Medal of Honor recipients.
In the twenty-sixth century, a female cyborg is rescued from the scrap heap by a scientist. Robert Rodriguez in talks to direct with James Cameron co-writing and co-producing for Twentieth Century Fox. The film is based off of the popular manga series.
Robert Rodriguez is in talks to direct the live-action adaptation of Alita: Battle Angel. James Cameron and Jon Landau will produce the feature for Twentieth Century Fox. The original magna follows a female cyborg rescued from the scrap heap by a scientist in the twenty-sixth century.
Logline: Story follows a woman, that spent her teenaged years in Central Africa as a protege of gunners and mercenaries and later reinvented herself as an information dealer for wealthy clients, who has been hired to find a billionaire’s daughter who went missing Africa.
ARE YOU READY FOR THE ENDER’S GAME?
Hood, Kurtzman, Orci, Pritzker, Card
From Clash of the Titans to Fantastic Voyage – and In Bruges to Mars?
Logline: Story will follow the rise and fall of Cleopatra, the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt.
Logline: Explorers, on an expedition to an uncharted region of the Arctic, discover an ancient civilization and then realize that they may have accidentally awakened prehistoric creatures.
Logline: An FBI agent must decipher historic events in a desperate race to avert a terrorist plot.
Logline: A team of scientists are miniaturized and injected into the body of a dying scientist in order to save him from a deadly blood clot.
Logline: The love story of Cuban diver Franciso “Pippin” Ferres and the French-born diver Audrey Mestre. Under his guidance and training, she became a freediver who broke several world records. At age 28, Mestre died while attempting a breath-hold dive over 500 feet.