Just as people are declaring 3D dead and hoping it finally goes away, what happens?
As we previously reported, James Cameron’s Avatar has inspired a series of Disney amusement park adventures that should be ready in time for Avatar 2's release in 2014.
Bad timing has caused Justin Lin to step down from the helm of relaunching the popular fantasy franchise.
By the time you read this story, the third Transformers movie will have made a ton of money at the box office.
Universal has set a new deadline for July to get things moving, which means we'll find out very soon if the studio is going to pull the trigger or not.
James Cameron's cinematic marvel about the sinking of the Titanic is coming back to theaters.
The next big deal for 3D master James Cameron may be a video game.
Well, hey now! Al "ManBearPig" Gore must be on vacation, because Avatar director James Cameron has taken it upon himself to warn humankind about the dangers of global warming.
George Lucas is very bullish on the market for 3D movies.
NASA says it's abandoned plans for two high-resolution 3D cameras to be carried by the next Mars rover.
You may have never cared about a 3D movie yet. This entire phenomenon may just have passed you by. But no matter who you are, this announcement is bound to at least make your head turn - the first of Lucasfilm's transformation of the six Star Wars films to be recreated in 3D will be complete next year.
The man whose 3D movie made more money than any movie in history will be the inaugural recipient of the International 3D Society's Harold Lloyd Award, honoring excellence in the art of 3D filmmaking.
Earlier this week, 3D movie fans were all a flutter when it was reported that Keanu Reeves mentioned two new Matrix sequels were being filmed in 3D while talking to students at the London International School of Performing Arts. Now, that school as well as representatives for Reeves are saying it was completely made up.
A new rumor says that the Matrix movie franchise is in store for two more sequels, in which The One will be in three dimensions for the first time.
Heralded director James Cameron thinks that within a few years, advertising that a movie is available in 3D won't be such a big deal anymore...because almost every single film in theaters will be presented in the new format.
Avatar is available on Blu-ray 3D today. It's perhaps the best showcase title to demonstrate the power of the new 3D medium. But...if you don't own or plan to own a Panasonic 3D TV, the only way to get a copy is to buy a $400 bundle that you can't use with your TV, or get one from a scalper on Ebay.
James Cameron, otherwise known as the king of 3D, has just come forward to talk about his latest project - capturing the magic of Cirque du Soleil into a 3D feature film.
Avatar director James Cameron is quite unhappy with studios that add 3D to films during the post-production process.
Visionary filmmaker James Cameron has kind of spit all over the 3D early adopters by saying that the technology they've invested thousands of dollars into will be obsolete, and should wait until "glasses-free" 3D TVs become more readily available.
After multiple theatrical runs and two separate home video releases, Avatar still needs to be released on the Blu-ray 3D format. But after that, James Cameron will stop peddling the movie around.