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Avatar is no longer just the highest-grossing film in cinema history — the movie is now the most-pirated film of 2010! James Cameron’s record-setting blockbuster, the year’s fast-selling Blu-ray, was downloaded from torrent websites over 16 million times according to TorrentFreak. That figure represents a 33 percent increase in downloads from last year’s most pirated […] Continue reading “Avatar” Most-Pirated Movie Of 2010

James CameronAcclaimed Hollywood filmmaker James Cameron is currently writing an “Avatar” Bible on which he will base the script for the sequel to his blockbuster 3D sci-fi epic adventure movie. Sam Worthington who played the lead Jake Sully in the first movie has confirmed work has begun on the “Avatar” follow-up, with director Cameron writing a […] Continue reading Cameron penning ‘Avatar’ Bible

Oscar-winning lensman James Cameron has agreed to direct back-to-back sequels to his sci-fi epic Avatar, Twentieth Century Fox Films confirmed on Wednesday. Cameron, who had been enticed by other projects such as a Cleopatra remake starring Angelina Jolie, in recent months will instead making taking fans back to Pandora his top priority, the studio says. […] Continue reading “Avatar” Sequels Set For Release 2014 & 2015

Director James Cameron is determined not to squeeze any more mileage out of ‘Avatar’ once his definitive version is released. The moviemaker re-released his record-breaking 3D hit in August with an extra nine minutes of footage in August. He plans to put forth an ultimate director”s cut on DVD in November, which will include a […] Continue reading James Cameron vows to close the door on ‘Avatar’

A sequel to ‘Avatar’ will apparently take place under water. Rupert Murdoch has said that there have been early talks with James Cameron about making a sequel to Avatar, reports the Daily Telegraph. Cameron wants the next instalment of his Avatar franchise to explore Pandora”s oceans. The director told MTV News his fictional planet”s aquatic […] Continue reading ‘Avatar’ sequel goes ‘under water’