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Holy Crap! Quint interviews James Cameron!!!

Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. I am a geek. Certifiable, some have said. I do pride myself in keeping myself from heavily geeking out in some of the "lucky bastard" situations I've found myself in over the last few years. There are times when I can hold back the big green monster inside of myself pretty easily, but then there are those half dozen times in my life where I came dangerously close to geeking out.

Meeting Spielberg on the set of WAR OF THE WORLDS was one of those times. Conducting a phone interview with John Cleese was another. And today I talked to James Cameron.

I could run through his credits, but you don't need that. I will say I wore out my VHS tape of ALIENS as a child. I had TERMINATOR memorized before my voice broke and TERMINATOR 2 was the very first film I was able to talk my parents into going to see more than once theatrically. I have an ALIENS daybill on my bedroom wall.

See, that's the geek that was trying to break free. All that above.

Below is my nearly 20 minute exclusive one on one interview with James Cameron at the Santa Barbara Film Festival, shortly before he accepted the David Attenborough award for his documentary work. There is a ton of info below... even though the Moby Dick of James Cameron secrets is still swimming free, I promise you you'll know more than you did before reading this interview. I heard him conduct 2 interviews while I was waiting where he batted away questions on AVATAR or any mention of PROJECT 880, so I decided on a kind of different approach to asking him for information on his current slate. Also, you'll notice a cameo question from my pet sea monster (and faithful photo bug) Kraken, who might just be as big of a fan of Cameron's films than I am.

So, without any more jibber-jabber, let's get things moving, shall we?





QUINT: I'm a big fan of your feature work, but I have to say that everything I love about your films... the pushing of the technology, your passion for the story and the material I have found in your documentary work as well.

JAMES CAMERON: I'm kinda glad you saw that. In GHOSTS OF THE ABYSS we didn't really bring the style that you'd have on a feature 'cause that wasn't our brief. We were trying to make it natural. You know, just whatever happened happened. No second takes, no lighting, nothin'.

On ALIENS OF THE DEEP I said, "We're going to make this one a little more cinematic, we're going to contour this a little more. We're not going to make anything up that didn't happen, but we're going to do some lighting, we're going to make it feel a little more movie-like." That was just a conscious decision.

QUINT: Was that to benefit the IMAX 3-D experience...

JAMES CAMERON: It was... It was just sorta what we wanted to do because I was working with the same crew and we'd had this experience on GHOSTS OF THE ABYSS that we had been so rigorous about not imposing ourselves creatively on the expedition that we wound up with 1300 hours of footage to make a 60 minute movie. That was crazy. We had 300 hours just of 3-D and the other 1000 hours was all the sub interior multi-cam... they were all standard-def video images, but still... it was just hours and hours and hours of stuff.

So, we said, "Alright. We can't do this." Because it just doesn't service because out of all that time you still don't have that person saying that thing you needed to say. So, the way we work now is I say, "Okay... You're the expert, you put it however you want, but you know what we're trying to say here. Put it in some concise way that I can put in the movie..."

QUINT: To try to get some sort of structure...

JAMES CAMERON: You just got to structure the moment a little bit more. What I found out is... that's what everybody does. (laughs) I had this idea of what a documentary was and it was wrong. It was surveillance. We were doing surveillance.

Now, there's some beauty in it because when things happen... We were out filming the Titanic (for GHOSTS OF THE ABYSS) when September 11th happened and I just walked around with the camera and talked to people afterwards... in 3-D and blew it up to IMAX. There's a moment where a friend of mine, Lewis Abernathy, on the expedition... he just went off. He just started talking. It was beautiful. I wish I could have put it all in the film.

You can't make that up. I couldn't have written that down ahead of time. That was just a moment.

There's something that's really intoxicating about the documentary process when something does happen, when it does line up in front of the lens and you're like, "That's incredible!"

QUINT: And you were the one to capture it...





JAMES CAMERON: Yeah, yeah! Or even if the other guys get it... One of my favorite shots in GHOSTS OF THE ABYSS is when we're getting slammed by the storm and we can't get the sub out of the water and we're just getting trashed. I was in the sub, I wasn't even shooting!

I had briefed everybody ahead of time... we had this big plan. What we said was if anything ever goes wrong on the expedition... wrong, wrong, wrong... people dying, blood on the deck... I don't care what it is, you shoot it. I don't care what it is, you shoot it. As long as you're not interfering with emergency operations or if by shooting you're not helping in the situation... But if there's a legitimate case to be made that you're not in the way and they don't need you... shoot it!

So, when September 11th happened, we just shot it. It was pretty amazing. Here we are shooting IMAX off the shoulder, which had never been done before. Shooting hours and hours and hours because it was all HD.

QUINT: I remember seeing the behind the scenes on T2:3-D with the old IMAX 3-D cameras you used and just how gargantuan they were...

JAMES CAMERON: Yeah, the beam-splitter rig... the size of a refrigerator. I wanted to make a 3-D film, but I didn't want to have to use that gear again. I said, "Why can't we use HD?" They said, "Well, HD won't blow up to IMAX." I said, "Yeah, but maybe two HD pictures overlaid with each other will blow up to something that looks a lot like IMAX." They thought I was nuts.

We went to Tokyo, got Sony to work with us... They built these special camera heads for us that we incorporated into our 3-D system. We built the system... you know, it cost millions of dollars to build this camera system, but it works perfectly. It's state of the art.

And now the projection is coming along, too. Now you can shoot it and slam it straight into a digital theater. I can do live 3-D. I can do live 3-D that looks exactly like ALIENS OF THE DEEP... Live!

QUINT: I was on the set of SPY KIDS 3-D and Rodriguez had a set-up there where you can see the 3-D live... to the point where he had a display that you could watch in between takes and see the crew setting up the next scene... in 3-D... as it was happening!

JAMES CAMERON: That's a version of our cameras, yeah. Did he use goggles or did he use the monitor for the 3-D imaging?

QUINT: I had to wear a pair of polarized glasses to see it...

JAMES CAMERON: Yeah, yeah. Well, Robert is actually a 3-D pioneer... Now, hopefully, before he does another 3-D movie or when he does his next 3-D movie he'll do it for digital release and not the anaglyph, 'cause I hate the anaglyph. I think it's a real set-back because it gives people headaches. If you're over 10 years old you can't watch it.

QUINT: Yeah, the polarized on the set was amazing, but the red and blue in the theater...

JAMES CAMERON: Yeah, that's what I'm talking about. It's gotta be polarized. But the new digital 3-D with polarization, with digital projectors, is phenomenal.

QUINT: I saw the digital 3-D projection with CHICKEN LITTLE.

JAMES CAMERON: CHICKEN LITTLE had perfect projection. The movie was retrofitted to 3-D, so I think of it as 2 3/4-D. It wasn't quite... not because they weren't doing good stereo... By the way, I'll call it stereo instead of 3-D because 3-D has been co-opted by the CG world. Stereoscopicy, stereographics, stereo. CHICKEN LITTLE had perfect stereo, but the movie was not conceived as a 3-D film, so it didn't kind of have that "Umph!"

QUINT: At this very moment on this very day... where do you feel pulled the most strongly? To keep advancing technology? To keep exploring? To tell a feature story? Or is it sort of a combination of all that?

JAMES CAMERON: I think the time is right, right now, for me to go back to narrative filmmaking, which is what I'm doing. The reason is I've spent the last 5 years, first of all, having some great adventures, really kind of learning the documentary trade and building up a documentary company which can now function on its own to a certain extent, so I'm now allowed to do it.

But also I get to take all the tools that we've built over the last 3 years, in terms of digital filmmaking, HD, stereo, fiber optics... all the tools that we've built for ourselves for these documentary shows I now bring to the feature. So, I'm really anxious to take everything I've learned in the stereo world and apply it to a feature and that's what we're doing right now.

I can't think of anything that I see on a screen these days without thinking how much better it'd look in 3-D! If I see a movie I really like... Like, I'm watching KING KONG I think, "Man! That'd be great in 3-D!" Everything's better in 3-D! Everything! A scene in the snow with two people talking... in 3-D... It's amazing! You're in the snow! You feel the snow.

QUINT: In CHICKEN LITTLE, the 3-D that I tended to like the most was the simple stuff... like a shot of Chicken Little in the back seat and his dad in the front seat and just really seeing that depth... It wasn't, like, COMIN' AT YA! 3-D...

JAMES CAMERON: Yeah! You're in the car. You're in the car with those guys. It shouldn't be about COMIN' AT YA! 3-D, it shouldn't be about getting poked in the eye all the time. That's the abusive 3-D that I think filmmakers had to go through to get to the stage where we are right now where we think of it instead of something coming out at you all the time, it's a window into a reality. You're sharing that reality or you're able to look into that reality.





QUINT: I'm resigned to the fact that you're going to keep a lid on PROJECT 880...

JAMES CAMERON: Good. That saves us time.

QUINT: But I'm curious why the secrecy...

JAMES CAMERON: Why the secrecy? Um... People tend to dissect movies without seeing them and to me that spoils the magic. Now, having said that, we'll tell everybody what we're doing eventually.

QUINT: Do you have any idea when?

JAMES CAMERON: I'm thinking March.

QUINT: Yeah? Very soon, then.

JAMES CAMERON: Pretty soon, pretty soon. We've been working on this film for 6 months. (laughs) I'm kinda surprised no one knows what we're doing!

QUINT: Can we go over a couple projects real quick? I'd like to bring up something that doesn't get really get brought up much, a film you were working on with Guillermo Del Toro called COFFIN...

JAMES CAMERON: Yeah... Well, COFFIN is not... Look, here's where we are. I've changed the nature of my company. I'm now not developing movies for other directors. I've got 4 films teed up right now that are either in a good treatment or a good shooting draft form for me to do over the next 5 years. I'm teed up. I'm in for longer than 5 years, so I don't need a development staff right now. I just need a little core team, like my documentary team, except on the feature side to just go out and nail these films, one after another. That's going to be the game plan. So, we changed the company and a lot of people left the company as a result.

What I've said is there are only a couple of projects that I will continue to be involved with that we did develop and COFFIN is one of them. The reason for that is because Guillermo del Toro is one of my best friends and we've never really worked together. I mean, we always feel like we're working together because he gets all involved in my stuff, I get all involved with his stuff, but not in an official capacity.

So, COFFIN is definitely not dead and Guillermo says he still wants to make it. He's just finishing up his Spanish film right now.

QUINT: Yeah, PAN'S LABYRINTH. It looks great, I can't wait to see it.

JAMES CAMERON: Yeah, it's a pretty cool film. I've seen it.





QUINT: I remember before Paul W.S. Anderson did ALIEN VS PREDATOR it came out that you kind of made an offer to do another ALIEN film with Ridley Scott...

JAMES CAMERON: Yeah. Ridley and I talked about doing another ALIEN film and I said to 20th Century Fox that I would develop a 5th ALIEN film. I started working on a story, I was working with another writer and Fox came back to me and said, "We've got this really good script for ALIEN VS PREDATOR and I got pretty upset. I said, "You do that you're going to kill the validity of the franchise in my mind." Because to me, that was FRANKENSTEIN MEETS WEREWOLF. It was Universal just taking their assets and starting to play them off against each other.

QUINT: Milking it, totally.

JAMES CAMERON: Milking it. So, I stopped work. Then I saw ALIEN VS PREDATOR and it was actually pretty good. (laughs) I think of the 5 ALIEN films, I'd rate it 3rd.

QUINT: Ummm...

JAMES CAMERON: I actually liked it. I actually liked it a lot.

QUINT: You know, I hate it when movies don't abide by the continuity of their series...

JAMES CAMERON: When they make up their own rules.

QUINT: Exactly. They did that a lot with the alien incubation time, where from egg to chestbuster it happened...

JAMES CAMERON: In minutes, yeah...

QUINT: That kind of stuff really pissed me off with the movie...

JAMES CAMERON: Well, it starts to become a video game. It's like, "Okay, that can be in him and that can show up over here..." It becomes more metaphorical or more comic book. I don't mean comic book in a negative way, I just mean that it's working at a kind of mythic, metaphoric level as opposed to really trying to immerse you in reality.

I mean, I felt when I was making ALIENS I think the same thing Ridley was doing with ALIEN, which is... "I'm going to make you think this is real." Even though it is completely ridiculous deep space adventure. We were going to make you feel like it's real. It's a question of does the film take itself seriously or not.

KRAKEN: So you still thinking about doing something with it?

JAMES CAMERON: No.

KRAKEN: If we promised you our first babies would you think about doing anything with it?

JAMES CAMERON: (laughs) Well, the other thing I've learned is that when you deal with a studio and it's their asset... it's their asset. And I should have learned that lesson with PLANET OF THE APES because I had a great... great idea with PLANET OF THE APES, but it was Fox's asset. Even though I was supposedly developing it we didn't see eye to eye and they sort of picked up their marbles and that was that. They turned out, I think, possibly the most egregious film that they could have on that subject because they miscast the director. It's the only Tim Burton film that I don't like.

QUINT: Yeah and it's just frustrating because you can see stuff in there that's great, like Tim Roth's performance, but the movie just falls flat.

JAMES CAMERON: He's stunning!

QUINT: What's your favorite dirty joke?

JAMES CAMERON: (laughs)

QUINT: I got one from Clooney so I'm hoping to dig one out of you... And I know you've been around sailors, so I know you have some!

JAMES CAMERON: Favorite dirty joke? Aw, man. I don't know if I want to go there. Clooney doesn't have any kids! (laughs) I think I'm gonna pass on that one!





And there you have it, squirts. COFFIN is still alive, we'll know what PROJECT 880 is next month (still think it's AVATAR), we'll never see his ALIEN movie and his slate is full of features all lined up and ready for 5 years or more of continual projects.

After the interview we talked briefly about ENTOURAGE. For those who don't keep up with the HBO show... first of all, shame on you. It's great. Second of all, Cameron plays himself on the show, directing Vincent Chase and Mandy Moore in an AQUAMAN film. He said he doesn't know the fate of the film in Season 3, only that he might pop up one more time on the show at the big premiere. Pretty sweet, huh?

Hope you folks enjoyed the interview. Thanks to Kraken for taking those pics (and pressing the ALIEN question), thanks to Carol Marshall for arranging the interview and thanks to Mr. Cameron for taking the time to chat with me. I still have only just begun telling you folks about the cool shit I've seen on this trip out here. Keep an eye out later today/tonight for something really cool. 'Til then, this is Quint bidding you a fond farewell and adieu.

-Quint





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First?
by Mr. Shhhh
Feb 7th, 2006
03:58:27 AM
Quint....
by Splinter
Feb 7th, 2006
04:10:37 AM
Let him know that I've got his script
by rivercb
Feb 7th, 2006
04:14:38 AM
Jimbo
by kwisatzhaderach
Feb 7th, 2006
04:24:50 AM
As long as it's a science fiction film...
by kintar0
Feb 7th, 2006
04:25:14 AM
HOLY CRAP!!!
by LeckoManiac
Feb 7th, 2006
04:27:53 AM
Prepare for JC's Second Coming
by Tubbs Tattsyrup
Feb 7th, 2006
04:28:35 AM
James Cameron ENJOYED Alien vs Predator?
by Rant Breath
Feb 7th, 2006
04:30:55 AM
your best interview yet, by far...
by all
Feb 7th, 2006
04:43:30 AM
"Stereoscopicy"
by Pacino86845
Feb 7th, 2006
04:45:30 AM
Quint, you really shouldve asked...
by Rant Breath
Feb 7th, 2006
04:45:42 AM
James Cameron LIKED Alien vs Predator?!
by theoneofblood
Feb 7th, 2006
04:51:21 AM
Tell me about Avatar.
by Trevor Goodchild
Feb 7th, 2006
05:13:10 AM
nice interview
by Rupee88
Feb 7th, 2006
05:45:38 AM
T3 had a very favorable Talk Back when it was released
by Rupee88
Feb 7th, 2006
05:48:21 AM
Copy that, kintar0
by Wingnut1A
Feb 7th, 2006
05:49:23 AM
Excellent work, Quint.
by Nordling
Feb 7th, 2006
05:54:55 AM
he shaved his beard?
by mikey mike
Feb 7th, 2006
05:57:27 AM
Cameron says WHAT?
by Jedibobster
Feb 7th, 2006
06:05:51 AM
This would've been interesting back with Cameron matter
by Trazadone
Feb 7th, 2006
06:16:32 AM
Wow, I really screwed up that title!
by Trazadone
Feb 7th, 2006
06:17:07 AM
This was a good piece
by YackBacker
Feb 7th, 2006
06:18:17 AM
Hahaha take that AvP haters :P
by Flipao
Feb 7th, 2006
06:20:28 AM
nice interview
by stvnhthr
Feb 7th, 2006
06:26:58 AM
Heh...
by DocPazuzu
Feb 7th, 2006
06:40:16 AM
Is it just me??
by BendersShinyAss
Feb 7th, 2006
06:57:09 AM
Great. As If we needed another reason to shoot Aderson
by Edward Brock
Feb 7th, 2006
07:00:20 AM
Way to go
by Kyru
Feb 7th, 2006
07:06:55 AM
Great work, Quint!
by Koola_Norway
Feb 7th, 2006
07:07:24 AM
AvP still sucks
by brokebackcowboy
Feb 7th, 2006
07:09:49 AM
Cameron will never bag a film - he's a pro
by BendersShinyAss
Feb 7th, 2006
07:16:35 AM
Doesn't it just kill you inside
by performingmonkey
Feb 7th, 2006
07:28:32 AM
Haven't got time to read the interview at the mo...
by seppukudkurosawa
Feb 7th, 2006
07:32:13 AM
Bender
by DocPazuzu
Feb 7th, 2006
07:42:00 AM
Alienses Returns
by brokebackcowboy
Feb 7th, 2006
07:46:04 AM
Good job Quint
by RenoNevada2000
Feb 7th, 2006
07:47:39 AM
He-who-must-not-be-named?
by Blue_Demon
Feb 7th, 2006
07:51:33 AM
flipao
by smylexx
Feb 7th, 2006
07:59:28 AM
Cameron would have ruined Spider-Man
by brokebackcowboy
Feb 7th, 2006
08:04:21 AM
Sorry James - The turtleneck doesnt hide the pudge
by JackRabbitSlim
Feb 7th, 2006
08:12:42 AM
Very good interview
by Ribbons
Feb 7th, 2006
08:23:29 AM
hey Bender, Cameron "bagged" Planet of the Apes...
by Peven
Feb 7th, 2006
08:35:17 AM
Cameron made a valid point...
by DocPazuzu
Feb 7th, 2006
08:37:36 AM
"So ... what was your Alien 5 going to be about?"
by splungiest
Feb 7th, 2006
08:37:39 AM
And, yes, Quint...
by DocPazuzu
Feb 7th, 2006
08:38:20 AM
Aliens Vs. Terminators
by brokebackcowboy
Feb 7th, 2006
08:44:37 AM
Dark Angel: Jessica Alba's Booty in 3D
by brokebackcowboy
Feb 7th, 2006
08:54:21 AM
Two things
by DannyOcean01
Feb 7th, 2006
09:01:52 AM
James Cameron had a Planet of the Apes idea????????
by FluffyUnbound
Feb 7th, 2006
09:10:02 AM
Michael Biehn
by brokebackcowboy
Feb 7th, 2006
09:18:10 AM
performingmonkey
by Killah_Mate
Feb 7th, 2006
09:26:35 AM
"Wha hoppen?"
by DocPazuzu
Feb 7th, 2006
09:27:42 AM
DannyOcean01
by Killah_Mate
Feb 7th, 2006
09:33:30 AM
AvP: He shoulda stopped after the first comment
by NiceMarmot
Feb 7th, 2006
09:35:05 AM
jamie lee's tits
by SonnyC79
Feb 7th, 2006
09:46:43 AM
Jim, Don't Worry, You'll Always be a "King"
by I_Snake_Plissken
Feb 7th, 2006
09:50:18 AM
spielberg vs. cameron
by drjones
Feb 7th, 2006
09:58:21 AM
The shaving of the beard ...
by drjones
Feb 7th, 2006
10:00:48 AM
ROTB (return of the beard)
by drjones
Feb 7th, 2006
10:05:39 AM
Good Interview
by Mafu
Feb 7th, 2006
10:11:42 AM
I Believe What Jim Meant To Say...
by GrammarPolice
Feb 7th, 2006
10:12:21 AM
Of course Cameron liked AvP
by Thunderballs
Feb 7th, 2006
10:35:07 AM
I cannot WAIT for his Spider-Man film to come out!
by Doom II
Feb 7th, 2006
10:36:48 AM
If you think Aliens is a snorefest you have no pulse.
by Batutta
Feb 7th, 2006
10:41:24 AM
So let me get this straight...
by Childe Roland
Feb 7th, 2006
10:48:32 AM
"I think of the 5 ALIEN films, I'd rate it 3rd".
by newc0253
Feb 7th, 2006
10:50:41 AM
Quint...why no questions about Battle Angel!?
by jrbarker
Feb 7th, 2006
10:51:08 AM
Aliens becomes a snoozefest in the middle...?
by chickychow
Feb 7th, 2006
10:55:34 AM
and another thing:
by newc0253
Feb 7th, 2006
10:56:31 AM
Quint, stop asking about "favorite dirty jokes"
by Doc_McCoy
Feb 7th, 2006
10:57:09 AM
Quint, please stop asking about "favorite dirty jokes"
by Doc_McCoy
Feb 7th, 2006
10:57:37 AM
I 2nd the call for the end of the lame "dirty joke" q's
by chickychow
Feb 7th, 2006
11:06:02 AM
Alien 3...
by BigTed
Feb 7th, 2006
11:08:09 AM
Liking AvP
by monorail77
Feb 7th, 2006
11:09:20 AM
kinda lame questions mate - i wanted more "meat"
by Spacesheik
Feb 7th, 2006
11:14:38 AM
Yeah, I read it
by NiceMarmot
Feb 7th, 2006
11:27:53 AM
Thanks, great interview!
by Lord_Soth
Feb 7th, 2006
11:35:17 AM
Jim you are GOD, but...
by TheJake
Feb 7th, 2006
11:55:06 AM
Way to stretch the TB, dickhead
by Big Jim
Feb 7th, 2006
11:57:24 AM
Stretched Talkback
by monorail77
Feb 7th, 2006
11:59:46 AM
"TONAY!" (said in South Park "Timmy" voice)...
by Childe Roland
Feb 7th, 2006
12:07:16 PM
Cameron
by emeraldboy
Feb 7th, 2006
12:07:50 PM
Why Cameron likes AvP more than 3...
by genro
Feb 7th, 2006
12:11:14 PM
Cameron
by emeraldboy
Feb 7th, 2006
12:16:13 PM
WTF happened to the V for Vendetta review
by Mr. Shhhh
Feb 7th, 2006
12:20:03 PM
You didn't ask his views on the Terminator TV series...
by jpdill
Feb 7th, 2006
12:49:40 PM
V for Vendetta review - Is this it?
by Big Jim
Feb 7th, 2006
12:53:58 PM
Doom II, re: Cameron's Spidey
by Blanket-Man
Feb 7th, 2006
01:22:16 PM
That`s it, Magor Studios= Evil in Stupidity
by chien_sale
Feb 7th, 2006
01:24:16 PM
What the hell is Serenrity?
by hamo455
Feb 7th, 2006
01:25:28 PM
"When September 11th happened, we just shot it..."
by supertoyslast
Feb 7th, 2006
01:26:04 PM
Once again..
by Jaka
Feb 7th, 2006
01:27:47 PM
If it's Cameron I'm there
by Kentucky Colonel
Feb 7th, 2006
01:29:10 PM
EXCELLENT INTERVIEW
by Tony Mike Hall
Feb 7th, 2006
01:42:17 PM
Thanks for the link to Moriarty's V For Vendetta review
by monorail77
Feb 7th, 2006
01:49:06 PM
Stretched TB Fixed!!
by monorail77
Feb 7th, 2006
01:50:32 PM
Y'know...
by DocPazuzu
Feb 7th, 2006
01:56:27 PM
great interview Quint
by cagirl
Feb 7th, 2006
02:04:32 PM
Avatar
by Henry Jones Jr.
Feb 7th, 2006
02:21:25 PM
Peter Jackson is now overrated, Cameron isn't
by Terry_1978
Feb 7th, 2006
02:33:11 PM
Thanks, Quint
by PhilHester
Feb 7th, 2006
02:47:36 PM
I mean...
by PhilHester
Feb 7th, 2006
02:49:14 PM
linda hamilton kicked ass
by reckni
Feb 7th, 2006
02:56:58 PM
Yo
by Gungan Slayer
Feb 7th, 2006
03:00:43 PM
I consider AvP a Predator movie, not an Alien movie
by Meremoth
Feb 7th, 2006
03:09:32 PM
Congrats on scoring the Larry Bird interview...
by jollysleeve
Feb 7th, 2006
03:13:42 PM
The Titanic went down and Cameron along with it.
by Darksider
Feb 7th, 2006
03:16:16 PM
Cameron "Gets" AVP unlike most of you!
by DustinDiamond
Feb 7th, 2006
03:16:57 PM
Just finished reading the "Avatar" script treatment...
by googamooga
Feb 7th, 2006
03:26:30 PM
Even Predator 2 is better than AvP...
by Dolph
Feb 7th, 2006
03:30:02 PM
Maybe they took down Moriarty's V review so he could...
by FluffyUnbound
Feb 7th, 2006
03:38:49 PM
He looks like Tom Wilkinson.
by Forestal
Feb 7th, 2006
03:47:24 PM
I think
by Purgatori
Feb 7th, 2006
04:05:14 PM
TV as an insult?
by Rasputin77
Feb 7th, 2006
04:13:14 PM
To find avatar scriptment online:
by Josh Sully
Feb 7th, 2006
04:27:51 PM
great interview, though missed a couple things...
by yanksno1
Feb 7th, 2006
04:48:42 PM
Best interview ever
by Rindain
Feb 7th, 2006
05:01:28 PM
James Cameron liked AvP?
by IAmLegolas
Feb 7th, 2006
05:18:09 PM
T3 and AVP were both pretty enjoyable
by JiggamanSpence
Feb 7th, 2006
05:36:49 PM
T3 is a better film than T2
by odysseus
Feb 7th, 2006
05:40:03 PM
DustinDiamond: "Most of you took AVP WAY too seriously"
by IAmLegolas
Feb 7th, 2006
05:43:15 PM
Cameron is The Man
by Saluki
Feb 7th, 2006
05:52:17 PM
James Cameron's Planet of the Apes idea
by Ivan_Mtl
Feb 7th, 2006
06:04:29 PM
Hmmmmm....
by FluffyUnbound
Feb 7th, 2006
06:17:15 PM
ANYWAYS.......
by BRUTICUS
Feb 7th, 2006
06:22:29 PM
FRANKENSTEIN MEETS WEREWOLF
by riskebiz
Feb 7th, 2006
06:23:57 PM
Arnie was rumored to be in Cameron's Planet of the Apes
by Thunderballs
Feb 7th, 2006
06:27:37 PM
FluffyUnbound...
by Ivan_Mtl
Feb 7th, 2006
06:29:04 PM
Ivan, we are not understanding one another.
by FluffyUnbound
Feb 7th, 2006
06:57:06 PM

by Avenger534
Feb 7th, 2006
07:03:19 PM
FluffyUnbound... POTA time paradox
by Ivan_Mtl
Feb 7th, 2006
07:29:07 PM
No recent body of work
by ScreamingPenis
Feb 7th, 2006
09:32:07 PM
one word...PODCAST, Harry!!!
by ewokstew
Feb 7th, 2006
10:38:16 PM
Hang on,Cameron didn't abide by the continuity of ALIEN
by scumbag
Feb 7th, 2006
10:43:30 PM
Hang on,Cameron didn't abide by the continuity of ALIEN
by scumbag
Feb 7th, 2006
10:45:05 PM
Oh shit...so James Cameron likes AVP and T3.
by KAWS
Feb 7th, 2006
10:52:32 PM
Cameron's love for AvP and T3...
by performingmonkey
Feb 7th, 2006
10:58:31 PM
Oooooh! Cameron says Whedon SUCKS!!
by slder78
Feb 7th, 2006
10:59:32 PM
Not only that, but Paul W.S. Anderson
by slder78
Feb 7th, 2006
11:04:48 PM
Oh no....
by oh_riginal
Feb 7th, 2006
11:54:42 PM
Cameron is a god...
by 88 Miles Perhour
Feb 8th, 2006
12:50:29 AM
"PROJECT 880"...is... MARVEL, watchable AND playable!!!
by JDanielP
Feb 8th, 2006
01:45:08 AM
As I was saying...
by JDanielP
Feb 8th, 2006
01:48:51 AM
THX very much for this great interview Quint!
by CurryIce
Feb 8th, 2006
05:48:31 AM
Thanks to Tonay10...
by Riviera
Feb 8th, 2006
07:34:47 AM
So here's what I'm wondering...
by Childe Roland
Feb 8th, 2006
07:55:30 AM
Thanks to the administrators
by Riviera
Feb 8th, 2006
08:42:33 AM
So this new Cameron film seems to be Dark Angel redux..
by anchorite
Feb 8th, 2006
09:18:32 AM
Avatar: The MMORPG
by shubniggurath
Feb 8th, 2006
09:22:54 AM
Thank you Henry
by Trevor Goodchild
Feb 8th, 2006
09:30:45 AM
Cameron and the future of Cinema
by emeraldboy
Feb 8th, 2006
12:25:06 PM
Remember the rumor about Cameron's Noah's Ark?
by dirtsandwich
Feb 8th, 2006
12:38:32 PM
I should point
by emeraldboy
Feb 8th, 2006
12:55:52 PM
The news about Alien 5 is a pisser to be sure.
by Chief Redcock
Feb 8th, 2006
03:41:19 PM
ape shall never kill ape.
by Colonel_Blimp
Feb 8th, 2006
05:03:30 PM
_The Abyss_ needs work
by William Munny
Feb 8th, 2006
07:13:35 PM
FOX didn't go with him for PLANET OF THE APES???!!!!
by Gilkuliehe
Feb 8th, 2006
07:39:51 PM
It boggles me that FOX would pass on Cameron & Scott.
by JDanielP
Feb 9th, 2006
12:41:18 AM
Lucky bastard
by CuervoJones
Feb 9th, 2006
03:39:58 AM
a VERY serious question
by LordAsh
Feb 9th, 2006
11:18:51 AM
I am vexed. Deeply vexed.
by HogCholera
Feb 10th, 2006
12:33:40 PM
About time.
by TomBodet
Feb 12th, 2006
07:56:20 AM
fox are idiots
by misnomer
Feb 12th, 2006
09:09:17 PM
I had a free ticket to Alien vs. Predator
by one9deuce
Feb 13th, 2006
05:56:58 PM

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