Fresh off of their latest triumphant work, War for the Planet of the Apes, Weta Digital has announced (via Variety) they’ve officially begun work on the upcoming four sequels to James Cameron’s Avatar.
“What Joe Letteri and Weta Digital bring to these stories is impossible to quantify,” Cameron said. “Since we made Avatar, Weta continued to prove themselves as doing the best CG animation, the most human, the most alive, the most photo-realistic effects in the world..and of course, that now means I can push them to take it even further.”
Good news for Terminator fans, Arnold Schwarzenegger says he will once again play the cybernetic killing machine. In a recent interview with Screen Daily, Schwarzenegger confirmed that he will star in a new Terminator film produced by James Cameron.
“It is moving forward. He [Cameron] has some good ideas of how to continue with the franchise,” the actor added, “I will be in the movie.”
This is exciting news because Cameron has not been involved in any Terminator films since Terminator 2: Judgement Day and we all know everything after T2 was somewhat disappointing.It’s going to be interesting to see how this develops because Cameron is slightly busy working on the next four Avatarsequel films. It was previously revealed that Deadpool director Tim Miller would be working with Cameron on developing the new film.
What do you think about Cameron and Schwarzenegger teaming up once again? Is late better than never?
Filmography matters; but the more important considerations that we made to come up with this list were: Is the director at top of his or her game ? Is his/her next movie waited by critics and audiences alike? And does he/she have the ability to experiment and improve the horizons of cinema? Therefore, you will observe, a Steven Spielberg or even Woody Allen, who have the best filmography among all in the list, figure lower in comparison to someone like Scorsese or David Fincher who are still at the top of his game and are not shy to take the risks. Overall, the shortest way possible to summarize the method we utilized to rank down the list is asking this question to ourselves, “Who are the top directors in Hollywood?”
We have another kick-ass list for you this time around! What is it about guns that we love so much? Who knows, but they’re cool as hell! Here’s a list of films that celebrate our love for guns, action and violence. These films make gunplay into an art form, which has now been given the name “gun-fu”. Are any of these your favorites? Let’s take a look at our lists, and see if any match up with yours. And there will be blood…. Continue reading →
In 1986, James Cameron’s Aliens proved that there was life in the Alien concept beyond Ridley Scott’s first movie. But thirty years later, Cameron isn’t convinced that the series should have continued beyond that point. Continue reading →
Who doesn’t love a great action film?* There are so many movies these days to choose from. There are also some great action movies with female heroes. So this list is the top 10 action films with a female lead role! We put together this is list of women who kick ass, take names, and perhaps even chew bubblegum at the same time! So sit back, relax and say, “Ow, ya that was great film!” See if you agreed with us on the list or if you disagree with anything let us know in the comments after the article! We hope you like the list as much as we liked putting it together for you! Continue reading →
During 20th Century Fox’s CinemaCon presentation, James Cameron offered an update on his Avatar franchise, and announced that he is now going to make four Avatar sequels. Now we have an idea why James Cameron has continued to delay his Avatar sequels.The last we heard there was only three, I imagine next year he’ll announce four more – just to tie Star Wars. I’m convinced that Cameron will be making these Avatar films throughout the rest of his career. So much for a live-action Battle Angel anytime soon.
Cameron revealed that the sequels are being created as films that will stand on their own so they will tell individual stories that, together, will “form a complete saga”. Continue reading →
Originally set to come out in December of 2014, James Cameron’s Avatar 2 was recently bumped from its December 2017 release date and left in a limbo in which its release date is unspecified. But now a new report indicates that though we don’t know when the film will hit theaters, we do know when Cameron plans to begin filming. Continue reading →
After all these years of knowing that an Avatar sequel was on the way, director James Cameron has yet to shoot it. He’s basically been preparing the film for production this whole time. In that time, the anticipation for any kind of Avatar sequel has waned to the point of almost being non-existant.
While talking to the Montreal Gazette, Cameron confirmed when the movie will be released, when he plans to start shooting it, and what he’s accomplished in the last two years of development. Continue reading →