Posts with tag "JamesCameron"
- Posted Feb 4th 2010 at 06:27 AM by PopEater Staff
With 'Avatar' having already racked up over 2.05 billion dollars worldwide, it comes as no surprise that director James Cameron sees a sequel coming soon. "I haven't started thinking about the story yet, although I have a general story arc for it," Cameron said during 'Larry King Live' on Wednesday night. "But we have had some technical discussion of how we would do it." During the interview, C...
- Posted Dec 29th 2009 at 06:43 AM by PopEater Staff
John Mayer is insisting that James Cameron was wronged by the man seeking his autograph on an 'Avatar' poster at LAX. After TMZ posted a video of an alleged "fan" being snubbed by the famous director, Mayer wrote a nearly 1,000-word essay on his blog titled 'The Anatomy of a Smear: How The Reigning King of Special Effects Got Caught in One,' which defended Cameron's actions. According to the video...
- Posted Dec 4th 2009 at 10:01 AM by PopEater Staff
British pop singer Leona Lewis snagged the theme song for James Cameron's highly anticipated film 'Avatar' - and PopEater snagged the exclusive debut of the tune, called 'I See You.' Lewis told us, "James and I spoke about the meaning and emotion of the song. He showed me clips from the film which gave me insight into the characters and this whole other world that he had created. The song represen...
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