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James Cameron Doubles Down on His Wonder Woman Hate, Continues to Be the Worst

James Cameron was asked to address his previous comments on Wonder Woman and I wish his response was even a little surprising.

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She’ll Be Back: Linda Hamilton Returning to the Terminator Franchise For Planned Trilogy

After the franchise flop-fest culminating in Terminator: Genisys, James Cameron is returning to the Terminator franchise to oversee an all-new trilogy of films that would give a proper ending to the Humanity vs. Skynet conflict. We've now learned that another very important piece of the Terminator puzzle is returning. Ladies and Gentlemen, Linda HamiltonA.K.A. the OG Sarah Connoris back!

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You Wanna Talk “Male Hollywood Doing the Same Old Thing” James Cameron? OK, Let’s Talk

You've already heard about Patty Jenkins' response to James Cameron's criticism of Wonder Woman, but I'd really like to delve. Because looking closely at some of the things Cameron actually said about Jenkins' film, his own films, and "strong independent women," one realizes that Cameron is looking so closely into the mirror that it's obscuring what he sees.

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Twitter Did Not Hold Back in Responding to James Cameron’s Wonder Woman Criticism

Sure, James Cameron. Let's talk about objectified female leads and "self-congratulatory back-patting." You seem to be an expert on both.

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Director Patty Jenkins Dropped the Mic on James Cameron’s Wonder Woman Criticism

The internet had plenty of words for James Cameron's assertion that Wonder Woman was a "step backwards" in terms of representing women in movies, which was printed in a Guardian article yesterday. One of the main things he seems to have overlooked in talking about "male Hollywood doing the same old thing" is that the movie was made by a woman, and she has now added some thoughts of her own to the mix.

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Why Do We Need More Women Journalists? This Excellent TCA Question Is A Perfect Example.

During TCA, Nerdist's Alicia Lutes asked a crucial question about representation in AMC's documentary histories of science fiction, comics, and horror.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Confirms He’ll Be in the New Terminator Movie You Forgot Was Happening

The franchise we all thought was done but insists on coming back for another film is bringing in some reinforcements.

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Time for Cautious Optimism: Avatar 2 Will Supposedly Start Shooting This Fall

After much delay, it looks like James Cameron is finally getting the ball rolling on those Avatar sequels.

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James Cameron Announces Avatar Sequels Delayed Yet Again, Perhaps It Should Be Permanent?

Just saying ...

I don't think I'm going out on a limb when I say that no one is really asking for these Avatar sequels, but director James Cameron is still hellbent on making four more.

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James Cameron Isn’t Just Focused on Avatar 2, But Also on Avatar 3, 4, and 5 (Remember Avatar? From 2009? Yeah.)

Remember Avatar? Remember how James Cameron is planning to not only make a sequel, but an entire pentalogy of Avatar movies?

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James Cameron Calls Trump Adminsitration “Insane,” Defends Titanic Door Scene, and Says Oscars Are Biased Against Blockbusters

Basically, he had a lot to say about a lot of things.

The man behind Aliens as well as the Terminator and Avatar franchises, is sharing his thoughts about Donald Trump's current administration, Titanic's infamous door scene and more.

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There Will Be More Terminator, Reportedly Back in the Hands of Franchise Creator James Cameron

Terminator Genisys tried to be a new beginning for the franchise by shaking up everything we thought we knew about the story, but it was met with lukewarm response at best, and its planned sequels seemed unlikely to ever materialize. Now, however, it seems that there will be another Terminator movie in the near future, but with one important distinction: series creator James Cameron will oversee things.

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James Cameron Is Making a Documentary About the History of Science Fiction

Director James Cameron has signed a deal with AMC to produce a six-episode documentary series, tentatively titled James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction, which will explore how science fiction tries to answer humanity's "big questions."

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Disney’s Making an Avatar Theme Park, James Cameron Can’t Believe It, and Neither Can We

"This was a crazy thing to try to do," says Joe Rohde, the Senior VP of Creative at Walt Disney Imagineering. He's referring to the theme park version of Pandora from James Cameron's Avatar, which is an actual thing that is happening, apparently.

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Things We Saw Today: This Guy Says His Galaxy Note 7 Exploded & Lit His Car On Fire

Here's one in the Weird Internet category: Nathan Dornacher, a Florida resident, posted a public Facebook gallery today of his car in a fiery blaze. The likely cause? Dornacher thinks his phone exploded.

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James Cameron Thought Star Wars: The Force Awakens Was Less Imaginative than the Prequels

Poor James Cameron. You make a few offhand, lukewarm comments about Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and suddenly everyone has opinions about your opinions.

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James Cameron, Christopher Nolan Join the Fight Against $50 Theatrical Releases at Home

You may not have heard (because most of us aren't in the right income range for the target market just yet), but Napster/Facebook's Sean Parker, along with business partner Prem Akkaraju, is working towards making movie releases something we experience in the comfort of our own homes—for a price. The Screening Room aims to offer $50 movies on demand the same day they're released in theaters, and Hollywood is split on how they feel about it.

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James Cameron Confirms Release Date for Avatar 2

Have you been missing Pandora? Have you been longing to brush up on your Na'vi? Well, it looks like you have another two years to go.

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Titanic, Aliens, and Amazing Spider-Man Composer James Horner Killed in Plane Crash

James Horner, the Hollywood composer who left his epic mark on films like Titanic, Braveheart, and Jumanji, passed away near Santa Barbara yesterday when a small plane he was piloting crashed.

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James Cameron Anoints Terminator: Genisys the One True Third Terminator Movie

I need your clothes, your reboots, and your motorcycle.

The Terminator franchise has been on a bumpy ride following Terminator 2: Judgment Day's massive success, which has proven a pretty tough act to follow. Despite two entires in the franchise between that movie and the upcoming Terminator: Genisys, original creator James Cameron sees Genisys as the first true sequel in the franchise since Judgment Day. Our anticipation for this movie just reached the breaking point.

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