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"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: All The Comforts of Home"

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Sneak Peek new footage, plus images from the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." episode "All The Comforts of Home", written by Drew Z. Greenberg and directed by Kate Woods, airing March 2, 2018 on ABC:

"...'Coulson' and his team set out to rewrite the course of humanity's fate, but they’re unaware that their efforts will dramatically change one 'S.H.I.E.L.D agent's life..."

Episode guest stars include Jeff Ward as 'Deke', Catherine Dent as 'General Hale', Dove Cameron as 'Ruby', Brian Patrick Wade as 'Carl Creel', Briana Venskus as 'Agent Piper', Shontae Saldana as 'Candice Lee', Antonio Aaron as 'Officer Kennedy', Stewart Skelton as 'Chief Wellins', Patrick Warburton as 'General Stoner' and Joel David Moore as 'Noah'.

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Avatar 2 is “Avatar on steroids” according to Stephen Lang

Stephen Lang, returning for Avatar 2, has called the film “Avatar on steroids”.

It continues to be a long wait for the sequel to one of the most successful movies in history. James Cameron’s Avatar broke the box office upon release in 2009 and sequels have been promised ever since.

We are now getting a multitude of new Avatar films and actor Stephen Lang, who plays Miles Quaritch, has told Screen Rant what people can expect from the sequel.

When asked about the ways in which Cameron is using new technology in the film, Lang highlighted the movie’s underwater nature:

“I mean, look it’s no secret that we’re doing a lot of underwater motion capture, which, in itself is groundbreaking, it just hasn’t been done.

“There’s something about the world being undersea. That is extremely beautiful, fascinating, challenging to him. So, you know, there’s sections that take place.
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James Cameron on his Avatar sequels, pushing boundaries and taking risks

James Cameron is a busy man at the moment, with the filmmaker currently in the middle of his ambition plan to shoot Four sequels to 2009’s sci-fi blockbuster Avatar. Nevertheless, he managed to take some time out of his schedule to speak to IGN about his new TV show Visionaries: James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction, during which he also provided an update on said Avatar sequels.

“It doesn’t matter how much you dress it up with great production design and great visual effects. If the story is not working, if you don’t connect to the characters, it’s just simply not going to work,” said Cameron. “Of course, we can’t afford for it not to work, the budget level that we are dealing with. But, of course, you always have to give yourself permission as an artist to fail no matter what the stakes are.
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Dileep Rao To Reprise His Role In James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ Films

Dileep Rao To Reprise His Role In James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ Films
Exclusive: Dileep Rao is set to reprise his role as Dr. Max Patel in James Cameron's forthcoming Avatar sequels, joining returnees Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Joel David Moore, Cch Pounder and Giovanni Ribisi. Newcomers include Kate Winslet, Oona Chaplin and Cliff Curtis. The 20th Century Fox film officially began production last September, while plot details continue to be kept under wraps. The sequels to the original, which holds the record for…
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James Cameron on ‘Avatar’ Sequels: “We Can’t Afford for It Not to Work”

The ‘Avatar‘ sequels are still a few years away, but James Cameron is currently out and about promoting his new series ‘AMC Visionaries: James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction‘. In the upcoming 6-part miniseries, Cameron explores the roots of science fiction and it’s impact on popular culture as a whole. With science fiction classics like the first two ‘Terminator‘ movies, and technological breakthroughs with films like ‘Titanic‘ and the original ‘Avatar‘, Cameron has certainly contributed his share of said impact on the sci-fi genre as a whole.

Naturally, the conversation shifted to the ‘Avatar’ sequels, which the director has been hard at work on for the last few years. Throughout the film’s tremendously long pre-production period, details have slowly begun to emerge. But now that the film is finally in production, Cameron seems to be revealing more and more about the project. Speaking at the TCA press tour this week,
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RZA casts Terrence Howard, Wesley Snipes and more in Cut Throat City

Deadline is reporting that RZA (The Man with the Iron Fists) has cast Terrence Howard (Empire), Wesley Snipes (Blade), TipT.I.’ Harris (Ant-Man), Eiza Gonzalez (Baby driver), Demetrius Shipp Jr. (All Eyez on Me) and Shameik Moore (The Get Down) in his new heist drama Cut Throat City.

The film, scripted by P.G. Cuscheri, follows “our boyhood friends who return to New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward after Hurricane Katrina, to find their home decimated and prospects for work swept away. Turning to a local gangster for employment, the crew is hired to pull off a daring casino heist, right in the heart of the city.”

Filming on Cut Throat City is currently underway in New Orleans, with a cast that also includes Joel David Moore (Avatar), Kat Graham (The Vampire Diaries), Rob Morgan (Mudbound), Keean Johnson (Alita: Battle Angel), Denzel Whitaker (The Great Debaters) and Isaiah Washington (The 100
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Joel David Moore To Direct Cj Entertainment’s Horror-Thriller “Hide And Seek” Remake

Cj Entertainment Will Develop, Finance and Produce a Remake of New’s 2013 Hit Korean Movie of the Same Name Cj Entertainment, Korea’s leading entertainment conglomerate, revealed today that Joel David Moore (“Avatar” franchise, “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story,” “Grandma’s Boy”) has been tapped to direct the company’s remake of the 2013 hit Korean social horror-thriller …

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Joel David Moore to Write and Direct the Remake of Hit Korean Film Hide and Seek

Joel David Moore is an actor we all know from his roles in James Cameron’s Avatar and Adam Green’s original Hatchet film. But did you know he also co-directed Adam Green’s psychological thriller Spiral? Well, he did and now the man is stepping back behind the camera for Cj Entertainment’s upcoming remake of the 2013 […]

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Joel David Moore to direct remake of Korean horror-thriller Hide and Seek

Cj Entertainment has announced that Joel David Moore (Avatar, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story) has been tapped to direct the company’s remake of the 2013 hit Korean social horror-thriller Hide and Seek.

Moore, who most recently directed the dramedy Youth in Oregon starring Frank Langella, Billy Crudup and Christina Applegate, will write an adapted feature English-language screenplay for Hide and Seek in addition to directing.

The film is described as a social horror-thriller that builds upon themes related to the widening gap between the upper 1% and the lower class. It follows a man searching for his long-lost brother who stumbles upon a secret world of squatters living in the homes of unsuspecting tenants – a revelation that becomes all the more menacing when his home becomes the next target.

Hide and Seek is a sharp, sophisticated thriller that created a lasting imprint on me,” said Joel David Moore. “I wanted to
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Korean Horror Pic Hide And Seek Getting The Remake Treatment From Joel David Moore

Korean horror pic Hide and Seek is bound for Hollywood, and Avatar‘s Joel David Moore has been placed in control of the English-language remake.

Deadline has the scoop, confirming that Moore will now adapt and direct Hide and Seek for Cj Entertainment. Initially released in 2013, Huh Jung’s social horror-thriller grossed more than $35 million in Korea alone, so it’s no wonder Hollywood executives have been circling.

No further details were disclosed about the project’s timeline, but a remake of this size will likely have a relatively quick turnaround. Either way, Joel David Moore will be building on the directorial experience he gained on Youth In Oregon, the 2016 drama starring Frank Langella and Justice League‘s Billy Crudup.

Hide and Seek is, of course, a completely different kettle of fish, as Deadline describes the project as a “social horror-thriller that centered on a man searching for his long-lost
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South Korean Social Horror Pic ‘Hide And Seek’ Getting Redo; Joel David Moore To Adapt & Direct

South Korean Social Horror Pic ‘Hide And Seek’ Getting Redo; Joel David Moore To Adapt & Direct
Exclusive: Joel David Moore has been set to adapt and direct Hide and Seek, an English-language remake of the 2013 Korean horror-thriller that is now in the works at Cj Entertainment. The original, written and directed by Huh Jung, grossed more than $35 million in Korea when it was released by Next Entertainment World. Moore, also an actor whose credits include Avatar and its upcoming sequels, directed the 2016 pic Youth In Oregon with Frank Langella and Billy Crudup. The…
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James Cameron: “If Avatar 2 and 3 don’t make enough money, there’s not going to be a 4 and 5”

After close to a decade in development, production is now finally underway on James Cameron’s Avatar sequels, with the filmmaker embarking on his hugely ambitious plan to shoot four films consecutively. The production will however be taking a break between the first two sequels and the latter two, and it seems that Avatar 4 and Avatar 5 may not yet be set in stone.

“Let’s face it, if Avatar 2 and 3 don’t make enough money, there’s not going to be a 4 and 5,” Cameron tells Vanity Fair. “They’re fully encapsulated stories in and of themselves. It builds across the five films to a greater kind of meta narrative, but they’re fully formed films in their own right, unlike, say, The Lord of the Rings trilogy, where you really just had to sort of go, ‘Oh, shit, all right, well I guess I better come back next year.
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James Cameron has ‘Cracked the Code” on Underwater Mo-Cap System for ‘Avatar’ Sequels

James Cameron has always been at the forefront of technology when making a movie. From the groundbreaking effects in ‘Terminator 2: Judgement Day‘ to the invention of the motion capture technology used in the first ‘Avatar‘, Cameron always seems to be developing some new technology for his current project. Cameron’s output in the last decade of his career has pretty much been contained within the aforementioned ‘Avatar‘, as well as a few documentaries. But that doesn’t mean that James Cameron hasn’t been busy developing new technology in the meantime.

Since the release of ‘Avatar’ in late 2009 (hard to believe that was almost 8 years ago) Cameron has been busy developing the technology (and story) to build out the ‘Avatar‘ universe in interesting and unique ways. It was reported back in 2010 that the sequels would take place largely in an underwater environment, but is seems that, according to James Cameron,
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James Cameron Talks About His Avatar Sequels and "Building a Greater Kind of Meta Narrative"

After years of preparation, James Cameron is finally shooting his Avatar sequels. The first of these sequels is set to hit theaters eleven years after the original and fans are wondering if these sequels are going to be just as successful.

We don't know much about the story, but we do know that a lot of this first sequel is going to take place underwater and we are going to be introduced to a lot of new characters. Most notably the kids of Jake (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri's (Zoe Saldana), who will play a large role over the course of the sequels.

During a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Cameron talked about the sequels and also working with his Titanic star Kate Winslet after all these years:

“She’s very excited about it. She blazed through for a couple of days of rehearsals and saw the world that we had created,
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James Cameron on the technical challenges of shooting underwater on the Avatar sequels

Although plot details on James Cameron’s four Avatar sequels are being kept tightly under wraps, we do know that the movies will explore the oceans of Pandora, with Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 in particular set to feature a number of underwater sequences.

Given that the Avatar movies rely heavily on performance capture, this change of environment has raised a number of technical challenges for Cameron and his crew, which the filmmaker has discussed in a recent interview with Collider.

“It’s never been done before and it’s very tricky because our motion capture system, like most motion capture systems, is what they call optical base, meaning that it uses markers that are photographed with hundreds of cameras,” said Cameron. “The problem with water is not the underwater part, but the interface between the air and the water, which forms a moving mirror. That moving mirror reflects all the dots and markers,
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Giovanni Ribisi returning for all four Avatar sequels

With production underway on James Cameron’s Avatar sequels, Deadline is reporting that Giovanni Ribisi has become the latest cast member from the original movie to sign on for all four of the new films.

Ribisi reprises his role of Parker Selfridge, head administrator of the Rda responsible for the mining operations on Pandora. He joins fellow returnees Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Joel David Moore, Cch Pounder, Matt Gerald, Stephen Lang and Sigourney Weaver, while new additions to the cast include Kate Winslet, Oona Chaplin, Cliff Curtis, Britain Dalton, Filip Geljo, Jamie Flatters, Bailey Bass, Trinity Bliss, Jack Champion, and Duane Evans Jr.

Avatar 2 will open on December 18th 2020, followed by Avatar 3 on December 17th 2021, Avatar 4 on December 20th 2024 and Avatar 5 on December 19th 2025.
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Giovanni Ribisi Will Return to Co-Star in All Four of James Cameron's Avatar Sequels

Giovanni Ribisi is officially set to reprise his role of Peter Selfridge in all four of James Cameron's Avatar sequels. It's been so long since I've seen the first movie that I completely forgot that Ribisi was even in the first movie! 

Peter Selfridge was head administrator of the Rda and here are the details of the character in case you need a little refresher:

Selfridge was prepared to condone the killing of the native Na'vi, but, unlike Colonel Quaritch, hesitated to invoke bad press and trespass his personal morality. Unfortunately, both were unremittingly subservient to the Rda's profit margin. Selfridge was unable, or unwilling, to consider the Na'vi in human terms, dismissing the Omaticaya clan as "fly-bitten savages that live in a tree". Though he supported the long-planned destruction of the Omaticaya Hometree by Quaritch, he appeared to feel remorse upon witnessing the aftermath of the Rda fleet's assault on Hometree,
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Kate Winslet Joins The Cast Of James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ Sequels

Kate Winslet will reunite with her Titanic director James Cameron for the Avatar sequels, which are now in-production.

“Kate and I have been looking for something to do together for 20 years, since our collaboration on Titanic, which was one of the most rewarding of my career,” Cameron told trade blog Deadline. “I can’t wait to see her bring the character of Ronal to life.”

There’s no explanation as to who Ronal is, or how many of the films she will appear in.

Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Joel David Moore, Stephen Lang, Matt Gerald and Sigourney Weaver are returning for the sequels to the 2009 movie, which still remains the highest grossing film of all time at the worldwide box-office. Cliff Curtis and Oona Chaplin are also amongst the cast, whilst Stephen Lang will return as Colonel Miles Quaritch as the movies’ main villain.

Avatar 2 will debut in cinemas
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Kate Winslet will reunite with James Cameron for Avatar sequels

James Cameron has begun production on his ambitious sequels for Avatar, but that apparently hasn’t stopped him from adding cast members to the films. Now, according to Deadline, Cameron is set to reunite with an actress from his second-highest grossing movie, with Kate Winslet joining Avatar 2 and its sequels – marking the the first time she and Cameron have worked together since 1997’s Titanic – with Winslet set to play a character named Ronal.

“Kate and I have been looking for something to do together for 20 years, since our collaboration on Titanic, which was one of the most rewarding of my career,” Cameron said. “I can’t wait to see her bring the character of Ronal to life.”

Its unknown right now if Winslet will be playing a human character or a member of a Na’vi clan. Last week Cameron revealed the group of young actors who will be
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Kate Winslet Reunites With James Cameron For Avatar Sequels

Kate Winslet has joined the cast of James Cameron's Avatar sequels! This is actually really cool news. I've been a fan of the actress since I first saw her in Peter Jackson's Heavenly Creatures. I also loved her in Titanic, which, as you know, is the film she worked with Cameron on. The two have apparently been wanting to work together since and they finally decided that these upcoming Avatar films would be the right time and project for them. When talking to Deadline, Jackson said:

"Kate and I have been looking for something to do together for 20 years, since our collaboration on Titanic, which was one of the most rewarding of my career. I can’t wait to see her bring the character of Ronal to life."

There's no word on who this character Ronal is, how many of the films that she'll be in, or if she's a human or Na'vi.
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