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Master And Commander Borrowed An Important Piece Of Tech From Titanic

It was only because of the release of a certain fantasy film that Peter Weir’s “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World” failed to win the Academy Award for Best Picture in early 2004. Based on a series of novels by Patrick O’Brian, “Master and Commander” depicted a several weeks aboard the Hms Surprise, […]

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Pencils Down, Pass Your Oscar Ballots to the Front: 10 Burning Questions Regarding Potential Nominations

Pencils down, pass your ballots to the front because the Oscar nomination voting is now closed.Speaking to voters over the past week, it’s been relatively clear about what voters like and who they’re supporting in a strong year for film.Nominations will be announced on Tuesday, Feb. 8, and we have the 10 burning questions we […]

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‘Spider-Man’ Perches Atop U.K. Box Office, ‘Scream’ Scares Up Strong debut

Sony’s “Spider-Man: No Way Home” spent a fifth consecutive weekend at the top of the U.K. and Ireland box office, collecting £3.2 million ($4.3 million), according to numbers provided by Comscore.With a mighty total of £84.1 million ($114.2 million), “Spider-Man” has swung past “Titanic” (£80.2 million) and “Star Wars: The Last Jedi (£82.7) to claim […]

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‘Avatar’ Sequel Required Sigourney Weaver and Kate Winslet Hold Their Breath for Over 5 Minutes

It’s taken over a decade for director James Cameron to put together his numerous “Avatar” sequels, but we’re getting closer to seeing the finished product and the director is sharing some news on the project.The “Titanic” director discussed how “Avatar 2,” coming to theaters next December, will expand the geography of the fictional land of […]

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James Cameron Talks His Scrapped Xenogenesis Script And How It Saved Avatar [Exclusive]

Before “Titanic” and “Avatar” director James Cameron was King of the World, he was an upstart young filmmaker trying to get his first feature off the ground. Created in the wake of the “Star Wars” phenomenon, Cameron and his pal Randall Frakes set out to make an extremely ambitious science-fiction movie titled “Xenogenesis” about a young […]

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James Cameron Wants To Release The Same Story As A Two-Hour Movie And A Six-Hour Streaming Project

James Cameron is here to remind you that he still exists, and he still has big plans about what he wants to do with movies, over and above the four “Avatar” sequels that he’s had brewing since 2009. That’s right, “Avatar” is still culturally relevant. It’s still the highest-grossing movie of all time, thanks to its […]

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What James Cameron’s Spider-Man Movie Would’ve Looked Like

Spider-Man is easily one of the most iconic superheroes out there — and he’s certainly the most revisited one. “Spider-Man: No Way Home” will be the webslinger’s eighth film, and one that will culminate the efforts of the two iterations that came before current Spidey, played by Tom Holland. The hero is a cherished childhood […]

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‘Day After …’ Review: Lively Doc Offers Postcard Views and Class Wars Aboard a Bangladeshi Riverboat Queen

From “Show Boat” through “Ship of Fools” to “Titanic,” if a certain strain of Hollywood melodrama has taught us anything, it’s that all of human life is to be found on a passenger boat — our dreams and desires and social differences somehow made clearer at some distance from dry land. Bangladeshi filmmaker Kamar Ahmad […]

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