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‘Titanic’ Star Kate Winslet Reunites With James Cameron For ‘Avatar’ Sequels
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Kate Winslet Joins James Cameron's Avatar Sequels

A big name has signed on for director James Cameron‘s long-in-development Avatar sequels. Kate Winslet, who starred in Cameron’s 1997 box office juggernaut Titanic, is set to reunite with the director for the new Avatar titles.

Cameron said in a statement that he and Winslet had been looking for something else to work on together, and that she’ll be playing a character named Ronal. You can read his full quote below.

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Linda Hamilton Returning As Sarah Connor For New ‘Terminator’ Movie
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Sarah Connor in Terminator 2

During a private event celebrating the Terminator franchise, The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day director James Cameron announced one of the stars of his two entries in the franchise, Linda Hamilton, will be returning to play Sarah Connor once again. She joins fellow returning star Arnold Schwarzenegger on the cast.

Instead of trying to continue from where other movies in the franchise—2003’s Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, 2009’s Terminator Salvation, and 2015’s Terminator Genisys—left off, this newest installment is being planned as a direct sequel to Cameron’s Judgment Day. It’s also being developed as the beginning of a new trilogy.

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Patty Jenkins Responds To James Cameron’s Short-Sighted ‘Wonder Woman’ Comments
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Wonder Woman Header Image

Wonder Woman has been hailed as one of the best superhero films ever. As one of the first female superhero films, it also set the standard and raise the bar on the genre. The movie was not dreary or dark, but rather, full of hope and optimism. Above all, it never objectified the title character, who through stunning grace and power lifted the film that became an inspiration to many, particularly females.

But Wonder Woman isn’t without its criticisms. Sure, the third act may have been a little lackluster and the villain a tad bit generic, but overall, it was very entertaining. But I cannot stress how important this film is to usher in female superheroes and how that is important for girls. They can just be as strong, if not stronger, than the guys. Problem is, a few people don’t share those same views. One notable person who doesn’t believe that Wonder Woman is as great as many are making her out to be is Avatar director James Cameron, who claims that the character is “an objectified icon” and it’s a “step backwards.” So let us get into why he is wrong about that…

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James Cameron Wants To Make A New ‘Terminator’ Trilogy Happen
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Terminator: Genisys

Though James Cameron has his hands full working on those Avatar sequels, he still finds the time to work on other projects. Even if some of those other projects like Battle Angel had to be handed off to a new filmmaker. Well, now you can add a Terminator trilogy to the “will he, won’t he?” list. That’s right, Cameron wants to see a new Terminator trilogy. More on the story below.

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Honest Trailers Presents James Cameron’s ‘Aliens’
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Honest Trailers Aliens

This Friday, prepare to go back to the world of Alien as Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant hits theaters. But since you have time to kill before that, head over to the Screen Junkies channel on YouTube to catch this week’s Honest Trailer for 1986’s Aliens. That’s right, not Ridley Scott’s original, but James Cameron’s masterpiece sequel, before he went on to make another masterpiece sequel (Terminator 2), but way before all he cared about were sinking ships and blue-people sex. How do you improve on one of the greatest sci-fi horror films ever made… you guessed it; add an “S”!

Check out the Honest Trailer below.

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‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Star Cliff Curtis Joins James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ Sequels
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Cliff Curtis

There’s a bunch of Avatar sequels on the way. Eventually. We’ve been hearing about a sequel to Aliens and Terminator 2: Judgment Day director James Cameron‘s record-smasher for years, but the second movie has been delayed multiple times.

Creeping up on a decade since the original was released, the sequels are starting to take shape once again. Last month, release dates for the four sequels were set again, with the first now scheduled for release in 2020—11 years after the original was released. And now a new actor has joined the cast. Fear the Walking Dead star Cliff Curtis has signed on for one of the lead roles in the sequels.

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‘Avatar’ Sequels Have Release Dates… Again
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Neytiri and Jake in James Cameron's Avatar

The Avatar sequels have been pushed back so many times it’s hard to even remember that there ever was an Avatar film to begin with. So the anticipation for said sequels may have waned a bit. Still, that hasn’t stopped James Cameron from pursuing these sequels. He has been working on the technology to perfect the visuals while also polishing the script. But now it looks like he is finally ready to head into production. The filmmaker has announced the release dates for all four sequels and released the first image of production. Check it out here below.

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Surprise! James Cameron Confirms ‘Avatar 2’ Won’t Be Released In 2018
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Neytiri and Jake in James Cameron's Avatar

At some point in time enough is enough. Avatar 2 has been pushed back more times than anyone can count. And yet, every time there’s word it gets pushed back to a later date, we are supposed to take it as a shock. So, once again, Avatar 2 won’t be able to make its release date, which was supposed to be sometime in 2018.

Director James Cameron spoke to The Sun about teaming up with Israeli-Canadian journalist Simcha Jacobovici on a documentary to see if the lost city of Atlantis exists. During the interview, the subject of Avatar 2 came up, and that’s when Cameron gave the disappointing news.

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James Cameron Doesn’t Like What’s Happen With The ‘Alien’ Franchise
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James Cameron's Aliens the Alien sequel

James Cameron took Ridley Scott‘s place as the director of the Alien sequel, Aliens. The follow-up stepped away from the sci-fi horror, and was warped into an action thriller. The series stuck with that genre for the next two sequels before reverting back to where it started with the tepid prequel, Prometheus. The franchise will try to reestablish its sci-fi horror credibility with Alien: Covenant – check out the trailer here below. While some may be excited for what’s to come, there’s one director who isn’t.

Cameron isn’t too happy with the current state of the Alien franchise and believes that the series should not have carried on after his film. But he still believes there is a chance the franchise can be saved. Check out what he said here below.

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Behind The Scenes Peek At ‘Avatar’ World Coming To Disney’s Animal Kingdom (Video)
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Disney's Pandora: The World of Avatar

An expansion to Disney’s Animal Kingdom inspired by director James Cameron‘s blockbuster hit Avatar was first announced during the D23 Expo back in 2013, with more information coming out of the D23 Expo in 2015.

Disney Parks has released a behind the scenes video giving us a little peek behind the curtain to see how things are looking in Pandora: The World of Avatar, which is set to open this upcoming summer.

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