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James Cameron Teaming With Cirque Du Soleil For Live ‘Avatar’ Tour

deadline.com – BREAKING: How invested is James Cameron in the blue people that populate his Avatar world? Cameron, who’s readying a trio of 3D-shot sequels to Hollywood’s all time highest grossing film, has announced that he will team with Cirque du Soleil to develop an arena-tour show that is inspired by the film. 8 years 28 weeks ago via jackiechan

Sigourney Weaver Teases 'Transformative' Role in 'Avatar' Sequels

feedproxy.google.com – The actress will appear in all three sequels to James Cameron's 2009 sci-fi movie, despite dying first time out. 8 years 30 weeks ago via donnieyen

James Cameron Says ‘Avatar’ Sequel Scripts Are Nearly Complete

screenrant.com – Now that five years have passed since moviegoers last took a trip to the ultimate holiday destination of Pandora in James Cameron’s sci-fi epic Avatar, it can be easy to forget that there are three sequels currently in the works, set to be shot back-to-back beginning this fall. It’s lucky that there’s still plenty of planet left to explore. 8 years 34 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Rupert Murdoch Says There May Be Multiple ‘Avatar’ Sequels: Fortune

deadline.com – The Fox CEO made the disclosure in Fortune, which landed the first comprehensive interview he has given since 2009. (We’ll get to other revelations in a separate post.) He says that Fox plans to “step up our production of major films” and has “one or two or maybe more sequels to Avatar.” The first one is due for the end of 2016. 8 years 35 weeks ago via brucelee

James Cameron Wins Yet Another 'Avatar' Theft Lawsuit

feedproxy.google.com – A judge rejects a writer's billion-dollar claim against Lightstorm Entertainment.In late 2011, James Cameron was Colonel Miles Quaritch. His Lightstorm Entertainment was sued three times in a 10-day period over allegations he had trampled on the precious works of various writers to create Avatar, which earned nearly $2.8 billion at the box office. 8 years 46 weeks ago via jetli

Report: 'Days of Future Past' Second Only to 'Avatar' in Cost to Fox

feedproxy.google.com – Is next year's mutant movie really the second most expensive movie 20th Century Fox has ever produced?With casts from both the First Class and original X-Men movie series, it had likely dawned on you by now that next year's X-Men: Days of Future Past was a big movie -- but Avatar-size big? 9 years 3 weeks ago via jackiechan

'Avatar' Theft Plaintiff Loses Bid To Disqualify Judge

deadline.com – That’s the second Avatar legal loss in a row for Eric Ryder and another win for James Cameron. Three weeks after LA Superior Court Judge Susan Bryant-Deason granted the director’s motion for summary judgment, Ryder’s efforts to have her dismissed from the case have failed. Ryder wanted the judge pulled from the case because her husband is a line producer who has worked on Fox projects such as We Bought A Zoo. 9 years 6 weeks ago via brucelee

Another James Cameron 'Avatar' Lawsuit Dismissed

deadline.com – Score another victory for James Cameron in his slew of Avatar lawsuits. The writer-director of the 2009 blockbuster yesterday prevailed in a suit brought against him by Eric Ryder, who claimed that Cameron had used his ideas in the film. LA Superior Court Judge Susan Bryant-Deason granted Cameron’s motion for summary judgment, thereby dismissing Ryder’s suit in its entirety. 9 years 9 weeks ago via jetli

Fox & James Cameron Announce 'Avatar' Novels Based On Movie & Upcoming Sequels

deadline.com – They won’t be in 3-D but you can hold them in your hand in either tablet or hardcover. Fox and James Cameron said today that Jumper author Steven Charles Gould has been brought on board to pen four Avatar novels based on and expanding on the blockbuster 2009 movie and its three upcoming sequels. 9 years 15 weeks ago via brucelee

James Cameron Is Also Annoyed by Hollywood's 3-D Overload

10:19 AM 7/8/2013 by Jeff Giles
James Cameron
Whether they're post-converted, animated, or filmed in 3D from start to finish, it seems like Hollywood just can't send a would-be blockbuster to theaters without giving filmgoers the opportunity to see it in three dimensions. And while the technology can undoubtedly add something to the viewing experience under the right conditions, it's often shoehorned into the production process, and the results can sometimes be offensively chintzy-looking.
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