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Latest James Cameron Items
After making headlines with his book and movie about J.D. Salinger, Shane Salerno is ready for his final stop: the director's cut on PBS.
A gaming sequel to 1986 sci-fi horror movie “Aliens” takes players back into a war for survival against an iconic extraterrestrial species with mixed results.
You're entering a tight corridor filled with menacing shadows. Is that breathing you hear? Well, don't run. Clanging metal walkways and staircases always give your position away.
Free of his political shackles, Arnold Schwarzenegger, the former governor of California, is back on the big screen and in a lead role for the first time since "Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines" in 2003.
Hollywood's junior prom for film honors features quite a different cast than the senior prom at next month's Academy Awards.
Christoph Waltz has won the supporting-actor Golden Globe for his role as a genteel bounty hunter who takes on an ex-slave as apprentice in "Django Unchained."
In this year's Oscar nominations, the director's seat was the hot seat.
FAST FRAME: Peter Jackson's three-part epic based on "The Hobbit" was shot in 48 frames per second, a format that doubles the rate used for decades. It provides less blur and more clarity.
One thought struck me as I watched the new "Hobbit" movie in the latest super-clear format: "The rain looks fake. It's not hitting their faces!"