Avatar 2 was supposed to be released in Christmas 2018, but James Cameron says that’s “not happening.”
James Cameron, the man responsible for my favorite movie of all time, has decided to comment on a 5-year-old episode of Mythbusters in which the show’s team of scientists and mathematicians claimed that both Rose DeWitt-Bukater Calvert Dawson and her third class piece of ass Jack Dawson could have fit on that damn…
It’s Friday, the last day of Jezebel’s Titanic blog, which is as good a time as any to remind you all that the story of Jack and Rose had a happy ending after all.
Welcome to Titanic Wednesday. It is what it sounds like—a day to talk about the 1997 Academy Award-winning film Titanic.
Two months ago, an Imgur user named IHasAnOscar posted a photo of him or herself holding an Academy Award statuette in front of an image of the notoriously Oscarless Leonardo DiCaprio. “Yes, it’s real,” the winner captioned it.
Remember four years ago, when everyone got baked and went to see Avatar? Today everyone got a reminder that James Cameron isn't done with us yet. Variety reports he just locked down a deal to make three sequels in New Zealand. Mark your calendars for December 2016, December 2017 and December 2018.
In a new episode of Mythbusters, Adam and Jamie decide to re-enact the end of Titanic. Sort of: They're not in the North Atlantic, and they're not dressed in 1912 garb. But they do figure out a way to share the board, and increase its buoyancy by tying Rose's life vest underneath. Still, as James Cameron points out:…
Titanic, boosted by 3-D ticket prices, has crossed the $2 billion threshold, assuring the world that James Cameron will reign as the all-time box office king probably until his death when it becomes appropriate for someone to remake all of his movies. Only one other movie has grossed more — Cameron's Avatar, which…
I don't remember a lot of specifics about watching Titanic in theaters in 1997, but I was 15 years old, which means my two biggest concerns were 1) locating romance, and 2) not dying in a nautical catastrophe. So I think we can safely assume that I fucking loved that movie. I watched Titanic again on TV with my sister…
Today in extreme and questionable geekery: a British company has almost sold out the 2,000 available tickets for two cruises that promise to recreate the Titanic's ill-fated maiden voyage on the 100th anniversary of the disaster next year. Floating piece of door and Leonardo DiCapriosicle not included.
Today in Tweet Beat, James Cameron admits he's a blowhard. Plus, Ice-T posts a topless picture of himself.
The director adds, of the movie made by his ex-wife: "It wouldn't have been hugely better in 3D, but I'm talking about a future when you don't have to put 'in 3D' on the movie poster anymore."