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James Cameron Has Something To Say About WONDER WOMAN

Splashites, James Cameron is not a name known for its association with controversy. Its mostly affiliated with the highest grossing movie of all-time. I mean, who does it twice in a lifetime? First Titanic, then Avatar. But, we’re not here today to discuss Cameron’s sick ability to make people come to theaters in droves. No, today we’re gathered here because Cameron has spoken ill of the lead character from this summer’s most successful film: Wonder Woman. Last month, Cameron said She’s an objectified icon, and it’s just male Hollywood doing the same old thing! I’m not saying I didn’t...

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Patty Jenkins Responds to James Cameron’s WONDER WOMAN Thoughts

Yesterday we discussed James Cameron’s comments about how he didn’t see what the big deal was with Wonder Woman, given that he had directed strong female characters without sexually objectifying them, from Ripley to Sarah Connor. Now, the comments have escalated into a mini-feud with director Patty Jenkins responding on Twitter: “James Cameron’s inability to understand what Wonder Woman is, or stands for, to women all over the world is unsurprising as, though he is a great filmmaker, he is not a woman. Strong women are great. His praise of my film Monster, and our portrayal of a strong yet damaged woman...

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James Cameron Talks About Women’s Roles After WONDER WOMAN

Much has been said to praise the fact that a female-driven (directed, acted) comic book origin movie has become the highest grossing such film of all time. In the weeks and months since Wonder Woman’s release, many have rejoiced over the arrival of the fairer sex to the mostly male-dominated genre. But for famous director James Cameron, who himself wrote and shot strong female figures at the film of many of his most successful movies, from Terminator 2, to Titanic, to Aliens, Wonder Woman isn’t all that. Speaking to the Guardian, Cameron commented: “All of the self-congratulatory back-patting Hollywood’s...

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James Cameron Talks Terminator 6

Splasharians, honestly I love the Terminator franchise. Yes, my love forgives T3 and Salvation, no one (movie) is perfect. But, after seeing the glorious “breath of fresh air” that was Terminator: Genisys. Now, with efforts being strongly made to bring the franchise back to the screen, details slowly emerge for what’s being planned. Starting with Arnold appearing as a human character. Makes sense, doesn’t it? I mean, someone had to inspire the design for the robot, right? In a Q&A with James Cameron, discussing August 25th’s T2 in 3D release, the director gave spoke on the human character Arnold...

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James Cameron Reveals Details of AVATAR Sequel Villain

For a franchise whose sequels are eight years in the making, and counting, famed director James Cameron has kept a lot of information close to the chest about plot details for the Avatar movies. We know he’s shooting four–yes, FOUR–sequels, back-to-back-to-back-to-back, in a gargantuan ambitious project that only the Titanic director can maybe pull off. Now, he’s given a bit more info regarding the main villain for the Avatar films and as you may have guessed, bad guy Stephen Lang, who portrayed the dastardly Colonel Quaditch in the original, will return for more vile action. James Cameron told Empire; “The interesting conceit of the...

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