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    James Cameron on Reddit: Three 'Avatar' Sequels Almost Written, 'Years of Living Dangerously,' Guilty Pleasures, Oculus Rift

    James Cameron has been a vegetarian for two years and explains exactly how the search teams in the Indian Ocean will find the submerged crash site for MH370 --if the pings they've located are in fact from the crashed jet's black box. And yes, we now know that the 59-year-old filmmaker/explorer is wr...

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    Watch: James Cameron Enlists Matt Damon, Olivia Munn, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Other Celebs for a New Showtime Doc Series About Climate Change

    Enlisting the help of a celebrity narrator is a tried and true way for issue docs to try to get an extra boost of attention. Showtime is going one step further with "Years of Living Dangerously," an upcoming doc series slated for April 2014 that will bring in a slew of famous faces to serve as corre...

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    The 5 'Inside the Actors Studio' Episodes Every Filmmaker Should Watch

    Simply known as the "seminar" for the students of the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University, "Inside The Actors Studio," hosted by James Lipton, has been an education for artists since it first premiered eighteen years ago. But despite the program's title, Lipton has over the years also made...

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    Showtime Will Air Climate Change Doc Series 'Years of Living Dangerously,' Executive Produced by James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger

    Showtime, currently in the midst of exploring "The Untold History of the United States" with Oliver Stone, will venture into the topic of climate change in the network's next nonfiction series, "Years of Living Dangerously." The project, which will run for six to eight hour-l...

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    James Cameron Lines Up Potential Post-'Avatar' Directing Vehicle 'The Informationist' Centering on Strong Female Protagonist

    James Cameron and his Lightstorm Entertainment producing partner Jon Landau have nabbed rights to Taylor Stevens' 2011 novel "The Informationist." Cameron is considering directing the film for 20th Century Fox, but not until after his two "Avatar" sequels which will be shot concurrently.

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    'MythBusters' Confronts James Cameron on Jack's Needless Death in 'Titanic'

    For last few months since he released "Titanic" in 3-D, James Cameron claims he receives dozens of emails a day - quibbling that Rose is selfish, Jack is foolish, and both of them could have easily fit on the floating board and waited for rescue during the sinking of the ship. So, the director turn...

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    Immersed in Movies: Talking Virtual Production and Higher Frame Rate at SIGGRAPH

    Virtual production and higher frame rate dominated the conversation at this week’s SIGGRAPH conference in LA, just as they did at FMX earlier in the year. Despite Warner Bros. scaling back on the number of screens that it will play “The Hobbit” at 48 fps on December 14...

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    Immersed in Movies: Talking 'The Hobbit,' Higher Frame Rates, and Virtual Production at FMX [Updated]

    I'm in Stuttgart, Germany, this week for the FMX conference on animation, VFX, games, and transmedia. Not surprisingly, the emphasis at FMX is on virtual production, the hottest industry topic, thanks to the influence of "Avatar" and the lingering interest in last year's Oscar winner, "Hugo," among...

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    James Cameron and Vince Pace Forecast Future of Broadcast 3-D at NAB 2012

    Las Vegas...If anybody deserves to brag, it’s James Cameron and Vince Pace. And that is exactly what the two 3-D giants did for the first 10 minutes of their panel at the National Association of Broadcasters convention in Las Vegas.

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    James Cameron's 'Titanic,' Then and Now, in 3-D: "A Window Into a World"

    Count on James Cameron. Looking at "Titanic" in its glorious $18-million 3-D restoration--released (also in 2-D) on the 100th anniversary of the sad night the great ship went down--I was reminded of what a huge accomplishment the picture was back in 1997.

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