James Cameron

Fox Officially Announce TITANIC blu-ray for September.

The highest grossing film of all time is finally coming to blu-ray in both 2D and 3D editions from Fox. This release has been speculated for a while now, especially with the film's recent theatrical re-release in a James Cameron supervised post-conversion 3D iteration. However, Fox have not made anything official until now. The disc(s) will release September 14th and will be available separately. Both 2D and 3D versions will contain the following supplements: 

James Cameron Plans To Only Make Avatar Films?

I've always considered James Cameron to be one of my all time favorite directors. The Terminator, Terminator 2, Aliens, and Titanic all left a huge impact on me as a kid. After Titanic the man went missing for a decade. He came back with Avatar (which I enjoyed) but I expected to see different projects from Cameron soon after...I was wrong.

Wes Revisits 'Titanic' in the Third Dimension

It's been almost 15 years since the uber hit that was Titanic first hit movie screens. It became a movie event that dwarfed every other film in its path. It went on to gross $1.8 billion (the most of all  time until Avatar) and became pop culture phenominon. You now have a chance to revisit the film on the big screen with a 3D upgrade. Worth your time? Find out after the jump...

James Cameron says three Avatar films do not equal Trilogy

FOX News recently caught James Cameron and asked a few questions about his next two Avatar films. Cameron shocked the world with a bit of logic that will have many people spinning their heads around.

He says three films with a continuous story are not a trilogy.

I'll let Cameron explain in his own words:

BATTLE BEYOND THE STARS (aka: The Film that STAR WARS Should Have Been) Comes to blu-ray in July.

Yes, I said that this is the film that STAR WARS should have been and I stand by that. Have you seen this!? It is insane in a way that very few other STAR WARS rip-offs manage to be. Hell, it has a cast that includes John Saxon and Sybil Danning who quite obviously trump Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher any day. Plus, you've got James Cameron as the Art Director, John Sayles supplying the script, James Horner providing the score and Gale Anne Hurd as a Production Manager. Oh, and do I need mention that Roger Corman was behind all of this? Yeah, I should have your interest now.