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James Cameron Details Plans to Remake 1966's 'Fantastic Voyage'!

James Cameron is opening up about his plans.

The director attended a Paris masterclass recently, ahead of a new exhibition at Paris’ Cinematheque Française that runs until January 2025, The Art of James Cameron, which showcases more then 300 paintings, etchings and production designs pulled from his private collection.

During the appearance, he revealed his plans to produce a remake of the 1966 tour-through-the-human-body Fantastic Voyage, which he and his partner Jon Landau have considered for over a decade.

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James Cameron Talks Next 2 'Avatar' Movies, Reveals Time Jump & More

James Cameron is spilling some details about the upcoming Avatar 3 and 4.

The director, writer and producer on the hit franchise recently opened up about some of the things that fans can expect in the next two installments.

If you didn’t know, the second and third movies were filmed back to back.

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The Biggest Superhero Movies That Got Scrapped & Canceled

Superhero films are frequently box office smash hits.

The high budget, high action films, largely based on comic books from companies like Marvel and DC Comics, regularly break ticket sales records, and are enjoyed by audiences all across the world.

Along the way, there have been plenty of almost-was superhero films, from highly anticipated sequels to unexpected takes on the genre from different directors. For various reasons, be it finances or creative differences, they never ended up coming to light.

Considering the news of Batgirl getting canceled at Warner Bros., we’re taking a look at some other projects that also aren’t making their debut in theaters anymore.

Find out which superhero movies got scrapped during the creative process, or just never got off the ground…

James Cameron Shuts Down 'Offensive' Rumor He's Planning Movie About OceanGate Submersible Tragedy

James Cameron is addressing rumors and speculation that he is planning a movie about OceanGate’s Titan submersible tragedy.

Last month, it was announced that five passengers aboard the Titan submersible, which was headed for the real Titanic wreckage site in the Atlantic Ocean, have passed away after the vessel likely suffered a “catastrophic” implosion.

Since the tragedy made headlines, there have been rumors that the 68-year-old Titanic director is working on a movie about the what happened.

James is now shutting down those “offensive” rumors.

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James Cameron Shares 'Titanic' Submersible Passengers Might Have Known They Had an Emergency: 'They Had Dropped Their Ascent Weights'

Titanic movie director James Cameron, who himself visited the Titanic wreckage site over 30 times, has made a statement about the tragedy on the OceanGate Titan submersible that is getting attention.

He shared in a new interview that the 5 passengers aboard the vessel might have known there was an emergency happening in the moments leading up to the “catasrophic event” that claimed their lives. James said that the pilot of the sub “dropped their ascent weights” to try and come back up to the surface, meaning they may have had an idea that they could be compromised. The vessel was about 10,000 feet under the surface when they lost contact.

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'Titanic' Director James Cameron Breaks Silence on OceanGate Submersible Tragedy

James Cameron, the director of the famed 1997 film Titanic, has issued his first comments after the OceanGate Titan submersible tragically lost contact and is now believed to have imploded underwater, killing the five passengers on board.

The 68-year-old director famously made 33 dives to the Titanic wreckage site himself.

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Marc Maron Reveals What His 'Avatar 2' Audition For James Cameron Was Like

Marc Maron got candid about what happened during his audition for Avatar: The Way of Water.

The 59-year-old comedian described the process to audition for the role as “ridiculous.”

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