That gives you three years from now to not give a damn.
“Bitchin'” was the least offensive way he described them.
And the reason isn’t “To make more money.” Well, it might be, but that’s not the reason he gives.
If the ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ games have been successful in any regard, it’s at making me want to listen to Guns N’ Roses.
Of course this is happening. James Cameron just knows which buttons to push.
It would be sweet if she could turn into a jet.
The man’s thought it through.
He should live in an underwater house already.
Hopefully he’ll find a way to make it ridiculously expensive.
Good. I had only reached 25% of my “heavy-handed preachiness” threshold with the first one.
This won’t get old.
Bad news for people who are both on a fixed income and care about frame rates.
Honest Trailers is back…
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Is this the death of unnecessary 3D? Please?
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James Cameron is chomping at the bit.
A new sci-fi actioner you’ll no doubt see.
Human tragedy that pops right off the screen and into your face.
He’s back. Again.
In his epic quest to cure 3D headachyness and do a crazy technology thing, Jackson has opted to shoot ‘The Hobbit’ at 48 frames per second, rather than the good ol’ fashioned 24.
Twentieth Century Fox and director James Cameron have chosen MBS Media Campus in Manhattan Beach to shoot the sequels to ‘Avatar’, the bazillion dollar-grossing, unofficial ‘Pocahontas’ remake.
This guy’s really nuts about the third dimension, huh?
A movie at 60 fps is, like, three times as good.
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