Buy the AVATAR 3D Blu-ray Now !
Finally, the AVATAR BLU-RAY 3D COLLECTOR'S EDITION is available! The title will debut on October 16, 2012 but is already available as pre-order on StereoscopyShop and other online shops for 27.99$.
Chinese Coproduction in James Cameron's Agenda
We announced last week that the Cameron Pace Group opened offices in China. The China venture, based in Beijing, will provide technology and support, rather than co-producing films, said Vince Pace. On top of this announcement, James Cameron told “There have been some very preliminary discussions about co-production potential here in China.”
Avatar iTunes Edition
Avatar will be released on December 20th, 2011 in iTunes special edition video. One new feature gives users a chance to move an 'X-ray' around scenes to get a look behind the finished shot and at the original green-screen footage.
James Cameron Hits the Bottom
James Cameron did it!
The Oscar-winning director of TITANIC and AVATAR, James Cameron resurfaced Monday after plunging to the deepest known point in the world's oceans in his one-man 12-tons 'Deepsea Challenge' submersible equipped with a lot of 3D stereoscopic cameras.
"@JimCameron has surfaced! Congrats to him on his historic solo dive to the ocean's deepest point," said a tweet from his DeepSea Challenge team. J.C. went down 10,99 meters (35,800 ft) and is only the third man to do that after Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard in 1960.
Watch the James Cameron dive video here under.
Cameron Releases Scenes From Titanic 3D
Paramount Pictures and James Cameron just released eight scenes of the upcoming 3D-converted Titanic, designed to create a buzz and kill off any doubts that the conversion is less than top-notch quality. The money invested in converting Titanic to 3D amounts to 18 M$. The process took 60 weeks to complete.
Steve Weintraub from Collider.com said “The footage I saw this morning left me speechless. I’m not joking around when I say it’s the best post conversion I’ve ever seen and it looks like they originally shot it in 3D back in 1997.”