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The A To Z Of James Cameron
Your guide to the King Of The World
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The A To Z Of James Cameron | Ex-Wives
The A To Z Of James Cameron | Ex-Wives


Cameron has been married five times, three of those to notable figures in the entertainment industry. Director Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker), actress Linda Hamilton and producer Gale Anne Hurd all worked with Cameron as well as being married to him, and Hurd in particular played a key role in Cameron's early rise to fame, shepherding The Terminator, Aliens and The Abyss through Hollywood's production labyrinth. When asked about his preference for tough women, Cameron dismissed the thought of a trophy wife: "Where's the challenge in that?" Clearly not a man who's threatened by strong women.

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Posted on Tuesday December 15, 2009, 19:44 by scary69
ALIENS my alltime fav film the only film i think that is equally as good as the originall,3&4 not so good Read More

2 Bull!
Posted on Monday December 14, 2009, 16:01 by Pelle
It's kinda funny how Cameron is praised as true autuer, visionary, original, etc. There's not really that much originality in his movies. They're all sequels (Piranha 2, Aliens, Terminator 2), remakes (True Lies), shameles rip-offs from better sci-f writers (Terminator, Avatar) and based-on-a-true-events (Titanic). Only exception from the rule is The Abyss and that was a piece of crap. Read More

3 redefine
Posted on Monday December 14, 2009, 15:43 by Geosolus
As much as I have enjoyed Cameron's films I have to say he is very far from being a genius director. What he is is a pioneer of technology. His efforts have led to some astounding works of cinematography however he didn't direct them. He made the tools to make it all possible. Having read this feature just to make sure my thinking was on the ball I found that it was even more amplified. Just read what people say about his work (other than: WOW man he rocks my sinking ship! '').Looks great'' comes up alot but never ''the story line blew me away''. Plot holes big enough to hide an imax screen are there and standard relationships regenerated with every outing. We go to see his films to see what new toys are in store not to be mentally stimulated. A genius director takes what ever tools they can get and creates a master piece. Cameron makes tools and is mind trapped in the vietnam war. A very important man in the world of cinema but not for his directorial prowess. Read More

Posted on Sunday December 13, 2009, 00:32 by boredbluekoala
It's all in there, the HK's from the Terminator movies, the strong female character that comes to save the day, the Power- loader from Aliens, right down to the ending where it looks as if both will go over the edge with someone hanging on for dear life (like the airlock sequence at the end of Aliens) I know the word Genius is thrown around alot these days particularly in Hollywood, but Cameron is the real deal. Can't wait to see Avatar in 3D. I just hope his next pic isn't going to be a long delay. Read More

5 Wicked Article
Posted on Thursday December 10, 2009, 23:34 by jabbathut
But who proof read it???!!!!! Read More

Posted on Thursday December 10, 2009, 20:34 by Pixaroholic
Amazing! Read More

Posted on Thursday December 10, 2009, 20:14 by Agent69
"Just edging Ripley for the top spot is Sarah Connor" - blasphemy. Read More

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