Knowledge Identifier: +James_Cameron
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1954.
Countries: United States (70%), United Kingdom (8%), Canada (5%)
Linked to: Fullerton College, Vanity Fair, Brock University, California State University, Fullerton
Brad Fiedel - He began his career in film in the late 1970s, and wrote extensively for television films and minor cinema releases, until director James Cameron hired him to score the science fiction film "The Terminator" in 1984, setting the wheels in motion for a successful career
Xenogenesis (film) - In 1977, 22-year-old James Cameron was a truck driver who wrote science fiction and painted small models
Xenogenesis (film) - "'Xenogenesis"' is a 1978 science fiction short film that was the directorial debut of James Cameron
Stan Winston - Winston reached a new level of fame in 1984 when James Cameron's "The Terminator" premiered
Gale Anne Hurd - Hurd was married to James Cameron from 1985 to 1989
Near Dark - Bigelow knew director James Cameron, who directed "Aliens," a 1986 film that shares three cast members with "Near Dark
Kathryn Bigelow - Bigelow was married to fellow director James Cameron from 1989 to 1991
David A. Smith (computer scientist) - In 1989, Smith used the technologies developed for the game to create a virtual set and virtual camera system that was used by James Cameron for the movie "The Abyss"
Terminator 2: Judgment Day - The production of James Cameron's 1989 film "The Abyss" provided the proof of concept needed to satisfactorily resolve the technical concerns
Duke Energy - This site will be adjacent to the old site, which was never completed and abandoned in the early '80s, and used by James Cameron as a film set for the 1989 movie "The Abyss"
Don Morrow - In the 1990s, Morrow landed a job with James Cameron voicing commercials for the film "Titanic"
Lightstorm Entertainment - "'Lightstorm Entertainment "' is an American production company founded in 1990 by filmmaker James Cameron and producer Lawrence Kasanoff
Cameron dated Hamilton since 1991, but the two didn't marry until 1997.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day - "'Terminator 2: Judgment Day"' is a 1991 American science fiction action film co-written, produced and directed by James Cameron
Ted Newsom - A 1993 draft of this script, available online, credits James Cameron, although the text itself is identical to a 1987 draft without Cameron's name
Made on a budget of $115 million and released in 1994, the film earned $146 million in North America, and $232 million abroad.
Russell Carpenter - True Lies - During the production of the John Woo-directed action film "Hard Target", Carpenter was contacted by director James Cameron, leading to the two collaborating on the 1994 Arnold Schwarzenegger action comedy "True Lies," Carpenter replaced Cameron's previous director of photography Adam Greenberg
Carolco Pictures - As late as 1995, Internet industry sources such as Baseline Hollywood still listed both Neil Ruttenberg , and James Cameron as co-writers
Kathryn Bigelow - Bigelow's 1995 film "Strange Days" was written and produced by her ex-husband James Cameron
Reba McEntire - In 1996, McEntire was cast by director James Cameron as Molly Brown in his film "Titanic
Asprey - Asprey designed the Heart of the Ocean necklace that was featured in the 1997 James Cameron blockbuster "Titanic"
Marguerite Chapman - Chapman was reportedly asked to audition for the role of "Old Rose" Dawson-Calvert in the 1997 James Cameron epic "Titanic" but was prevented by poor health
William MacQuitty - He was amused and flattered in 1997 when James Cameron, who had just completed his own epic on Titanic, took the trouble to thank him personally for his vision in creating "A Night to Remember" and causing a ripple effect through modern culture which he said had partly inspired his own film
Walter Lord - In 1997, Lord served as a consultant to director James Cameron during the filming of the movie "Titanic"
Steven Spielberg - In 1997, he helmed the sequel to 1993's Jurassic Park with $The_Lost_World:_Jurassic_Park, which generated over $618 million worldwide despite mixed reviews, and was the second biggest hit of 1997 behind James Cameron's Titanic.
Ghosts of the Abyss - It was directed by Academy *award-winning filmmaker James Cameron after his 1997 Oscar-winning film "Titanic"
Gerard Oury - This box-office record stood for decades, only surpassed in 1997 by "Titanic" from James Cameron
Titanic (1953 film) - This film was the basis for the 1997 James Cameron film Titanic, with certain lines and moments replicated
Billy Zane - Zane played the snobbish millionaire misanthrope Caledon Hockley in James Cameron's 1997 blockbuster "Titanic"
In 1999, Cameron received the honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from California State University, Fullerton, where he had been a student in the 1970s.
Spider-Man (2002 film) - In April 1999, although Sony Pictures optioned from Metro-Goldwyn-May 2002 er all preceding script versions of "Spider-Man", it only exercised the options on "the Cameron material," which contractually included a multi-author screenplay and a forty-five page "scriptment" credited only to James Cameron
He married Suzy Amis in 2000, and they have one son and two daughters.
Suzy Amis - Since June 4, 2000, Amis has been married to film director James Cameron, whom she met while filming "Titanic"
Suzy Amis Cameron - Since June 4, 2000, Amis has been married to film director James Cameron, whom she met while filming "Titanic"
In its release in 2002, Spider-Man had its screenplay credited solely to Koepp.
Chris O'Donnell - He was considered for the lead role in "Spider-Man", when the project was in development with James Cameron directing in 1996
Aliens of the Deep - "'Aliens of the Deep"' is a 2005 documentary film, directed in part by James Cameron alongside fellow cameraman and friend Steven Quale, who would go on to direct "Final Destination 5" six years later, and filmed in the IMAX 3D format
The documentary, named The Lost Tomb of Jesus, was broadcast on the Discovery Channel on March 4, 2006.
Wes Studi - At the opposite pole of historic drama, in 2009, Studi appeared in James Cameron's science fiction epic, "Avatar
Jon Landau (film producer) - In 2009, Landau and James Cameron produced the science fiction blockbuster, "Avatar", which has since become the highest-grossing film of all time, surpassing "Titanic", which had previously held that position
Laz Alonso - In 2009, he played Fenix "Rise" Calderon, one of the main antagonists in the film "Fast & Furious", the fourth installment in "The Fast and the Furious" film series, and had a major role as the Na'vi warrior, Tsu'tey, in James Cameron's science fiction adventure film "Avatar"
Michael Bay - It was one of the best selling DVD and Blu-ray Discs of 2009, second only to Twilight in DVD format and the number one of all time in Blu-ray format until it was surpassed by Blu-ray sales of James Cameron's "Avatar" in April 2010
Leona Lewis - Lewis recorded the theme song for the 2009 science fiction film "Avatar", directed by James Cameron
Sigourney Weaver - She reunited with "Aliens" director James Cameron for his 2009 film "Avatar", with Weaver playing a major part as Dr. Grace Augustine, leader of the AVTR program on the film's fictional moon Pandora
Shane Salerno - In May 2009, Salerno signed on to write a project for James Cameron and 20th Century Fox.
McG - Although he promised fans that he would bring back credibility to the franchise, with the casting of Christian Bale and the personal talk with James Cameron, the film, released on May 21, 2009 in the United States and Canada, received the most negative reception out of all the films in the series
Guillermo del Toro - On 28 July 2010 it was announced that he would direct "At the Mountains of Madness" by H. P. Lovecraft for Universal Pictures, with James Cameron as producer
Avatar (2009 film) - During the 2011 CinemaCon in Las Vegas, James Cameron stated his intention to film the two "Avatar" sequels at a higher frame rate than the industry standard 24 frames per second, in order to add a heightened sense of reality
Allison Cratchley - She played the role of an experienced diver in the James Cameron 2011 Australian 3D movie "Sanctum
Douglas Trumbull - In March 2011, director James Cameron announced plans to film his next "Avatar"-type 3D feature in a digital version of Showscan
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts - In September 2011, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts announced plans to partner with filmmaker James Cameron and his Lightstorm Entertainment production company, along with 20th Century Fox, to develop theme park attractions based on Cameron's "Avatar" film franchise, with the first installation planned for Disney's Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World, in the form of an "Avatar"-based section of the park
Sigourney Weaver - In September 2011, it was confirmed that Weaver will be returning to "Avatar 2", with James Cameron stating that "no one ever dies in science fiction
Rolex - When James Cameron conducted a similar dive in 2012, a specially designed and manufactured Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller Deep Sea Challenge watch was being "worn" by his submarine's robotic arm
Douglas Trumbull - As of February 2012, Trumbull is working on a new science-fiction project that he claims is "way beyond anything that Peter Jackson and James Cameron have been doing", which will probably be shot with a camera capable of recording 120 frames per second, twice the speed of its ancestor, Showscan
The Terminator - In an October 1, 2012 interview on "Good Morning America", he revealed that he had difficulty pronouncing the word "I'll" properly, and asked director James Cameron if it could be changed to "I will be back"
In June 2013, British artist Roger Dean filed a legal action at a court in New York against Cameron
Josh Friedman - On August 1, 2013 he was announced as co-screenwriter of "Avatar 2" with James Cameron
Shane Salerno - On August 1, 2013 he was announced as co-screenwriter of the sequel "Avatar 4" with James Cameron
Shane Salerno - On August 1, 2013, "Deadline Hollywood", "Variety", "The Hollywood Reporter", and many other publications reported that 20th Century Fox and James Cameron would be making three sequels to "Avatar" and that Shane Salerno had been hired to co-write one of those sequels with Cameron: "Building upon the world we created with "Avatar" has been a rare and incredibly rewarding experience
On April 14, 2016, during CinemaCon Cameron announced there will be four upcoming sequels to the Avatar franchise and not the originally planned three
In April 2018, Cameron attended a private dinner with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman
True Lies - In 2018 James Cameron stated a new transfer for Blu-ray has been completed but he has not found time to review it