Advertisement

Avatar

Your blog talks about Avatar? Send an email to [email protected] to be indexed in the BitFeed Network

Advertisement

James Cameron wanted to shoot a film in space with Tom Cruise

James Cameron wanted to shoot a film in space with Tom Cruise

In an interview with Empire, Cameron said he presented the idea to the Cruise and, of course, the actor was ready!“Actually I talked with [Cruise] to do a movie in space, about 15 years ago. I had a contract with the russians in 2000 to go on the International Space Station, and turn there, a 3D documentary...

Advertisement

Revealed the (strange) titles of the four sequels to Avatar?

In recent years James Cameron has been engaged in the realization of the four Avatar sequels (really, four) but only a few have been information leaked on these projects; that promise to transform the Avatar in one of the saga science fiction the most famous in the history of cinema (or at least we will...

Avatar: Netflix announces the arrival of a tv series in live-action

A press release was published online a few hours ago, Netflix announced the arrival of a tv series in live-action films based on Avatar: The Legend of Aang. AND I can confirm that the original creators, Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, will be back to take on the live action. THIS IS WHAT...

James Cameron is tired of films about superheroes...

James Cameron is tired of films about superheroes...

The visionary director James Cameron is promoting the documentary dedicated to him the AMC Visionaries: James Cameron's Story Of the Science Fiction of ranging far and wide on his future projects and, more in general, not skimping considerations on the modern cinema.Already protagonist of a number of...

Avatar: the sequel will contain “feeling” and “honesty”

Avatar: the sequel will contain “feeling” and “honesty”

James Cameron, director of the saga of the Avatar, spoke at the tour print winter 2018 of the Television Critics Association. As reported by IGN, the director said: “I learned a lesson from the first movie that I'm applying to new ones: the more the imagery is fantastic and the unreal, the more you push...