James Cameron

The "Terminator" star opened up about her personal life and her decision to return to the action franchise nearly 30 years later.
The director's "Avatar" still sits comfortably atop the list of highest-grossing films of all time.
The director's plans for Episodes VII through IX would have involved everyone's favorites, the midi-chlorians.
"It was not my intent to be used for everything," Chris Costello admits. "It's way overused."
Carter called the "Avatar" director's criticisms "thuggish" and "ill advised."
“The Terminator” reboot is rejoining the original squad including actress Linda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger and franchise creator James Cameron.
After his controversial "Wonder Woman" comments, the director praised Linda Hamilton, 60, as a "seasoned warrior."
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The Oscar-winning director told The Guardian that the movie role was a "step backwards" for women.
"Well, 2018 is not happening," director James Cameron revealed.