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.
Fans of James Cameron know the veteran Hollywood genre director has been eyeing Battle Angel (Alita) since the mid-90s.
It's obviously going to be a while until we see another Avatar movie, but the film should absolutely be worth the wait.
Everybody knew that The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises would do huge business, but could either eventually dethrone Avatar as the #1 movie of all time?
I loved Avatar when I saw it opening day, and also have it on DVD. But of course, we’ve all been wondering, when is it (officially) coming out in 3D for the home?
Although it may often be too much to take in all at once, seeing a movie in IMAX can be a hell of an experience.
When Halo was the hottest video game around, fans everywhere were understandably clamoring for a movie adaptation.
As we've previously reported, there's been quite a lot of controversy over The Hobbit being shot at 48 frames a second, which Peter Jackson feels will revolutionize movies.
Avatar couldn’t have hit theaters at a better time.
When New Line Cinema decided to go ahead with the Lord of the Rings trilogy, it basically gambled the company on the franchise.
We all knew from the tracking reports that The Avengers would be a big movie, but the film has actually been insanely successful.
It was a long time in-between blockbusters when James Cameron finally came back with Avatar, but it was definitely worth the wait.
The Hunger Games is still the number one movie in the country, going on its fourth week at the top of the box office charts, a feat no film has done since Avatar.
I'm actually surprised this hasn't happened sooner, but apparently a web series is being created where the CGI effects are being outsourced, or "crowd sourced" as it's called, in exchange for getting your effects work shown.
I'm fairly certain most of you have seen James Cameron's Avatar or Surrogates starring Bruce Willis.
Everyone knows George Lucas loves to complain, and Star Wars obviously wasn't an easy movie to make.