It’s hard to imagine any movie costing as much as Avatar, which at one point was the most expensive movie ever made. There have been some intriguing rumors as to how much Avatar actually could have cost, but the official number is $237 million.
The news that Stephen Lang, who played Marine Colonel Quaritch in the first Avatar movie, is returning for the sequels is surprising, for obvious reasons: He got killed him in the first one. Yet if you want a character to return, there’s almost always a way, and Lang is indeed coming back.
With its upcoming sequels, Avatar has the potential to become the biggest sci-fi franchise since Star Wars. There will be three more Avatar films, and now the next installment has a potential starting time.
Some time ago, you may recall there was some scuttlebutt about Lord of the Rings casino games, and how the Tolkien family didn’t feel it was good merchandising for their brand. It’s funny to think of geek stuff hitting casinos in the first place, and now there’s Avatar casino games.
When it comes to rumors on the internet, we’ve always loved the Mark Twain line about how a lie can travel half-way around the world before the truth gets its boots on. Remember the Christian Bale rumor he could make a potential $50 million to play Batman again? Nothing but speculation that got out of hand in a hurry.
It’s been rumored for some time, and now it’s official: Avatar will be four movies. These films will probably end up costing about a bazillion dollars total, but it has now been announced that there will be four movies total in what could end up being the sci-fi franchise to rival Star Wars.
So many people want to know when the next Avatar movies are due, but a James Cameron film never comes out until it’s good and ready.
When individuals create and modify their virtual reality avatars, the hardships faced by their alter egos can influence how they perceive virtual environments.
Although there are many films out there in 3D, you don’t hear about it much in the news these days, and for many movie-goers, that’s a blessing. It wasn’t that long ago that 3D was hyped as the magic bullet that was going to save the industry, yet people got tired of the hyperbole in a hurry.
Avatar hit theaters in late 2009 and became the biggest movie of all time, beating out James Cameron’s previous movie, Titanic. A sequel was obviously a given.
If you're a fan of science fiction and popular cinema, odds are you've already seen James Cameron's Avatar. You know, the movie with the giant blue aliens.
I’ve always felt that the Terminator films worked best in tandem with Arnold and James Cameron as a team, and it would have been great to see them make a third one when the series was still in its prime.
Even paranoiacs have enemies - and if you find that strangers keep attacking you in online games, there just may be a reason.
The controversy over The Hobbit's high frame hasn’t died down, but we’ll know soon enough if real paying audiences will accept it or not.
While it’s great fun to watch a movie in 3D, there’s always the risk of eyestrain and headaches if it’s not set up right.
The Hobbit just had its world premiere on November 28 in New Zealand, and as we saw in the latest Peter Jackson production diary, it was quite a mad dash rush to complete th efilm, but he indeed made the finish line right on time.
One can't help but feel somewhat peculiar when reading about James Cameron’s post-Avatar plans.
With a lot of film fans, all it takes is one simple term to get their hackles up: 3D. Yes, the format was termed the salvation of the industry some years back, and it’s now a necessary evil to get your movie played in China.
James Cameron and Avatar have been in the news a lot lately, even if we're at least a good three years from the sequel hitting the theaters.
If you thought the graphics in the movie Avatar were good, you won't be disappointed in the next console generation.