Authored "Ghostwalking the Titanic" article in National Geographic magazine.
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[on the possible origins of the Space Jockey (or the dental patient as he calls it) in Alien
(1979) an idea explored in Prometheus
(2012)] Clearly, the dental patient was a sole crew member on a one-man ship. Perhaps his homeworld did know of his demise, but felt it was pointless to rescue a doomed person. Perhaps he was a volunteer or a draftee on the hazardous mission of bio-isolating these ...
While editing Titanic
(1997), Cameron had a razor blade taped to the side of the editing computer with the instructions written underneath: "Use only if film sucks!".
Often features shots of large explosions, crashes, gunshots, etc. in the background with people running away in the foreground. These shots were used heavily in Terminator 2: Judgment Day
(1991) and True Lies
(1994) but also in other films.