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By: James Cameron

Genres: Science Fiction

Cameron comments on the "Allure of the Apocalypse" as a movie theme at the 30th Anniversary screening of his 1984 cult classic sci-fi thriller The Terminator. The screening took place at the American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles, California.

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First look at Frank Darabont’s Walking Dead comic adaptation

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If you missed the profile of Avatar director James Cameron (Terminator, Aliens, Titanic) – which even included scenes from his infamous first directing job, Piranha Part Two: The Spawning – CBS News has posted Morley Safer’s interview on their website. And yes, of course the profile contains scenes from Cameron’s impending sci-fi epic film Avatar, …

If you missed the career profile of James Cameron last night, it’s posted here

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Stan Winston to appear at Fangoria Expo at end of June

Stan Winston will be joining the stellar line-up of celebrities at Fangoria’s Weekend of Horrors coming to Secaucus, New Jersey on the weekend of June 29 to July 1, 2007. Stan is The King of creature FX and this is his first-ever East Coast convention appearance. Creator of Aliens, Predator, Pumpkinhead, Ed Scissorhands, Terminator, Jurassic …