Billy Zane is perhaps best known for his work in James Cameron’s 1997 multi-billion dollar grossing phenomenon Titanic, in which he plays Caledon Nathan "Cal" Hockley, the fiance of Kate Winslet’s Rose.
It's a question that has plagued moviegoers and cinema buffs for 15 years — did Jack Dawson, played by Leonardo DiCaprio in the James Cameron hit, Titanic, about (well, sort of) the tragic 1912 sinking of the most famous ocean liner in history, have to die, or could he have staved off hypothermia on the raft where his ladylove Rose (Kate Winslet) was perched, long enough to be rescued? Your sleepless nights are over, however — Discovery's Mythbusters' Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman have figured out the answer.
Acclaimed director James Cameron, 58, still has plenty of work to do on the Avatar trilogy — he is currently creating two sequels to the wildly successful original Avatar — and now he's already discussing a fourth Avatar film, which he envisions as a prequel to the original.
Jon Chu's anticipated flick, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, the sequel that has been rumored to turn the G.I. Joe action franchise around into something substantive and profitable, starring heavy-hitters Channing Tatum, Bruce Willis, Jonathan Pryce, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Adrianne Palicki, was positioned to be a summer box office smash, but now the new G.
If you're a James Cameron and an Avatar fan, your day just got a little bit better. Titanic director, Cameron, is reportedly devoting his future to projects based on the Na'vi and Avatar, which starred Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Rodriguez, and Giovanni Ribisi in 2009.
The never-ending adventures of Titanic creator James Cameron continue with news of a new business venture — mining asteroids. Cameron, 67, is teaming with a group of investors that includes Google CEO Larry Page to finance a new, wealth-seeking initiative, according to CBS News.
James Cameron is a notorious perfectionist, but when he put the finishing touches on Titanic in 1997, he got some key details wrong, according to an astronomer pal of his. The alignment of the stars in the night sky were not correct.
Fifteen years after Titanic sailed into the hearts of moviegoers, love for James Cameron's epic film about the ill-fated ship endures, but as old Rose says of the reflection that stares back at her through a long-buried hand mirror, that love has "changed a bit.
When James Cameron's Avatar became the highest-grossing film ever made — surpassing another film by Cameron you may have heard of, Titanic — many people were celebrating Cameron's 3D rescue of the film industry's sinking ship.