Arnold Schwarzenegger is once again playing a machine cloaked in human skin in Terminator Genisys, but now he’s the most human thing in a plastic movie. Arnie’s trademark grimace looks rough around the edges, like a slab of petrified wood after years of erosion. In a movie that’s basically shitty comfort food, the…
Usually celebrity Ask Me Anythings on Reddit consist of one word answers and people avoiding the hard questions. James Cameron's Ask Me Anything was not like this. It was awesome and, surprisingly he spent a fair amount of time talking about games, mainly virtual reality.
Movie to video game adaptations of the early 1980s were difficult things. Raiders of the Lost Ark, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, and The Empire Strikes Back were as hard to master as they were hard to genuinely enjoy.
3D. Had enough? Tough crap, it sounds like there will be more. And according to movie director James Cameron (pictured, with George Lucas), the future of 3D is being fueled by video games.
Video games have stolen many things from Hollywood. What's Hollywood going to take back? Director James Cameron wants to shoot Avatar 2 and 3 at 48 or even 64 frames per second, the latter rate being the ideal framerate for first-person shooters and racing games. Movies are usually shot at 24 fps, but, hey, if every…
Crysis 2 makers Crytek are, saying that they've created "a benchmark 3D implementation" with their upcoming sci-fi shooter, one they're likening to James Cameron's billion dollar blockbuster Avatar. But what does James Cameron think?
StarCraft and Diablo maker Blizzard already has a World of Warcraft film in development with Spider-man director Sam Raimi. What might twist the arm of Blizzard's top creators to get a StarCraft movie underway? James Cameron might!
It's not. This is a pirated game manual. A really, really funny one.
Avatar is the biggest grossing movie of all time. It's video game version is not. It is, instead, a miserable failure. Why?
Peter Molyneux, the game designer behind the Fable franchise, was invited on the set of Hollywood motion picture Avatar. He didn't quite "get it".
Sci-fi opus Avatar, from director James Cameron, is the second highest-grossing movie of all time; and it's still playing in theaters. Earning over $1.8 billion, his historical epic Titanic is the biggest grossing film worldwide.
According to the New York Times, someone out there thinks that James Cameron's Avatar is big budget mental poison because of its on-screen tobacco use. Let's start there, as we walk the winding path toward Avatar's video game association.
Director James Cameron and the developers behind the video game adaptation of Avatar discuss the world of Pandora - paradise for the Navi, and something much darker for the invading humans.
If you're curious to know what James Cameron's Avatar looks like on the Wii, watch these videos for a quick rundown of both the ground combat and the flying.
James Cameron's upcoming science fiction flick looks pretty nifty, but how does it hold up on its "the video game will be just like it" promise on the Wii?
If you ponied up for a 3D-enabled TV because you want to take advantage of 3D-enabled games, you need to make sure you have an HDMI-enabled console to go with that.
Ubisoft's special guest star at their press event turned out to be James Cameron — action flick director extraordinaire.