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‘Terminator’ Writing Team Adds Billy Ray to Put Final Polish on Script

‘Terminator’ Writing Team Adds Billy Ray to Put Final Polish on Script
After assembling a writer’s room earlier this year to tackle the latest installment in the “Terminator” franchise, Tim Miller and James Cameron have brought on Billy Ray to join the team and give the final touches to the latest draft.

Cameron and Miller’s writer’s room included David Goyer, Justin Rhodes, and Josh Friedman. Ray is now coming on to polish the script that is based on a story conceived by Cameron, Miller, and Skydance founder David Ellison.

Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger are returning to the franchise with Skydance and Cameron producing the project. Plot details are being kept under wraps, although Cameron has said that the film will be a direct sequel to “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” since he played no part in the recent installments.

The pic is set to bow on July 26, 2019.

Known for his prestige dramas like “Captain Phillips” and “State of Play,” Ray is responsible
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Titanic To Return To Theaters as a Remastered Version

In 1997, James Cameron released Titanic, which went on to become one of the most successful movies to have been made so far. Like its name suggests, the movie was based on the famous passenger liner that struck an iceberg on its maiden voyage with catastrophic consequences for the people on board because it had insufficient lifeboats. However, Titanic was interesting in that it used the passenger liner as a setting for its main plot, which was that of the romance between two people of separate classes and separate circumstances. Given the setting, it should come as no surprise to

Titanic To Return To Theaters as a Remastered Version
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Remastered "Titanic" To Hit U.S. Theaters For 20th Anniversary

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On December 1, James Cameron's "Titanic" will be reissued to 87 AMC theaters across America to commemorate the film's twentieth anniversary. The movie has been enhanced by being remastered in the Dolby Vision process. Cameron issued a statement saying “This is beyond 3D, beyond 70mm, it’s beyond anything you’ve seen before. The image leaps off the screen as bright and vibrant as life itself. This is the way all movies should be seen and without a doubt, ‘Titanic’ has Never looked better.” For more click here.
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Will New Oscar Voters Be Bold Enough to Embrace Popular Films?

Will New Oscar Voters Be Bold Enough to Embrace Popular Films?
Everyone is curious about how Oscar voting will be affected by the Academy’s new members, with 1,700 individuals (or 23%) invited in the past three years.

For me, there’s only one important issue: Do they like popular movies?

Careful, this is a trick question, because “popular” is hard to define, especially when it comes to Oscar.

This year, worldwide box office was led by “Beauty and the Beast,” which earned $1.2 billion. The global top 20 also includes awards possibilities like “Logan,” “Dunkirk” and “Wonder Woman.” There are other 2017 films that make you feel better at the end than you did at the start, including “The Big Sick,” “The Disaster Artist,” “Downsizing,” “Call Me by Your Name” and “Get Out.”

But what are their Oscar chances? In the past 15 years, Oscar voters have leaned toward dark material.

For most of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences’ 90 years, popular films got regular Oscar attention. Among the many
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Here’s What You Can Stream With Your Amazon Prime Membership in December

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Here’s What You Can Stream With Your Amazon Prime Membership in December
Near, far, wherever you are you can get the following titles via your Amazon Prime membership next month.

Catch the ultimate love story “Titanic” on Dec. 1, along with other classics like “The Silence of the Lambs,” “Moonstruck” and all the “Rocky” movies. Later in the month, you can stream “Stronger,” available on Amazon Video Dec. 5; “It Comes at Night,” which is available Dec. 9; and “Nightcrawler” on Dec. 10.

You can continue to stream Thursday Night Football with the Saints vs. Falcons game on the 7th, Broncos vs Colts on the 14th and Steelers vs Texans on Christmas Day.
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‘Titanic’ to Be Re-Released in Theaters for 20th Anniversary

‘Titanic’ to Be Re-Released in Theaters for 20th Anniversary
James Cameron’s “Titanic” has been set for a 20th anniversary re-release in the Dolby Vision technology in 87 AMC theaters for a week, starting on Dec. 1.

Dolby Laboratories, Paramount Pictures, and AMC Theatres made the announcement Wednesday with AMC launching online ticket sales. The blockbuster, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet and won 11 Academy Awards, will be shown in 3D at 20 locations.

“We mastered a few minutes of ‘Titanic’ in Dolby Vision and I was stunned,” Cameron said. “It was like seeing it for the first time. Now that the entire film has been mastered, I’m excited to share it with audiences across the U.S.”

“This is beyond 3D, beyond 70mm, it’s beyond anything you’ve seen before,” he added. “The image leaps off the screen as bright and vibrant as life itself. This is the way all movies should be seen and without a doubt, ‘Titanic’ has Never looked better.
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Titanic Returning to Theaters for 20th Anniversary Celebration

Titanic Returning to Theaters for 20th Anniversary Celebration
We'll never let go—of our love for Titanic. The 1997 film, starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, is set to return to select theaters this December in celebration of the movie's 20th anniversary. The film was released on Dec. 19, 1997 and is still one of the highest-grossing movies of all time. For one week only, starting Dec. 1, Titanic can be seen across the United States in all Dolby Cinema at AMC locations. In 20 of those locations, the movie can be seen in 3D, marking the first-ever release of the film in Dolby Vision in 2D and 3D. "We mastered a few minutes of Titanic in Dolby Vision and I was stunned. It was like seeing it for the...
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James Cameron’s Titanic returns to the big screen for 20th anniversary

Paramount Pictures and AMC Theatres have announced that they are celebrating the 20th anniversary of James Cameron’s Titanic with an exclusive one-week engagement in Dolby Cinema at AMC, including 20 locations supporting 3D.

“We mastered a few minutes of Titanic in Dolby Vision and I was stunned. It was like seeing it for the first time. Now that the entire film has been mastered, I’m excited to share it with audiences across the U.S.,” said filmmaker and director James Cameron. “This is beyond 3D, beyond 70mm, it’s beyond anything you’ve seen before. The image leaps off the screen as bright and vibrant as life itself. This is the way all movies should be seen and without a doubt, Titanic has Never looked better.”

James Cameron shares our vision for creating the world’s best cinematic experiences,” said Doug Darrow, Senior Vice President, Cinema Business Group, Dolby Laboratories.
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‘Robot Chicken’ Reveals Rejected ‘Titanic’ Sketch With a Much More Satisfying Ending

‘Robot Chicken’ Reveals Rejected ‘Titanic’ Sketch With a Much More Satisfying Ending
Robot Chicken” always finds a way to make everything even more absurd than it already might be, and that includes playing off the beatdown “Titanic” joke about Jack’s tragic end. In a recent tweet, the “Robot Chicken” social media team revealed a rejected, “Titanic” sketch that provided fans of the classic film a much more satisfying ending.

Read More: James Cameron Defends ‘Titanic’ Ending, Says The ‘MythBusters’ Guys Are ‘Full of S**t’

Although the Times New Roman font and bullet points are jarring, the content is pretty hysterical. The sketch is timely, given that “Titanic” is returning to theaters for its 20th anniversary this December, and also timeless, considering parkour jokes are just that. Read the outline for the sketch below:

In honor of Titanic returning to theaters for its 20th anniversary here is a rejected Rc sketch pic.twitter.com/Od2oM8YLTO

Robot Chicken (@cyborgturkey) November
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‘Robot Chicken’ Reveals Rejected ‘Titanic’ Sketch With a Much More Satisfying Ending

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‘Robot Chicken’ Reveals Rejected ‘Titanic’ Sketch With a Much More Satisfying Ending
Robot Chicken” always finds a way to make everything even more absurd than it already might be, and that includes playing off the beatdown “Titanic” joke about Jack’s tragic end. In a recent tweet, the “Robot Chicken” social media team revealed a rejected, “Titanic” sketch that provided fans of the classic film a much more satisfying ending.

Read More: James Cameron Defends ‘Titanic’ Ending, Says The ‘MythBusters’ Guys Are ‘Full of S**t’

Although the Times New Roman font and bullet points are jarring, the content is pretty hysterical. The sketch is timely, given that “Titanic” is returning to theaters for its 20th anniversary this December, and also timeless, considering parkour jokes are just that. Read the outline for the sketch below:

In honor of Titanic returning to theaters for its 20th anniversary here is a rejected Rc sketch pic.twitter.com/Od2oM8YLTO

Robot Chicken (@cyborgturkey) November
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Titanic Returns to AMC Theaters for its 20 Year Anniversary

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The Titanic is setting sail once again to an AMC Theater near you! For one week only you can see the critically-acclaimed movie the way James Cameron intended for you to see it 20 years ago!

I'm King Of The World!!!

Titanic is turning 20 years old this year! In honor of that feat, James Cameron is re-releasing one of the crown jewels of his directing resume, Titanic, to AMC Theaters for 1 week only. He and the team at Paramount Pictures have restored the 20th Century Fox classic and enhanced its quality to give the audience an even more memorable experience. I'll let the acclaimed director tell you more about it.

Dangit Celine...you get me every time...

On December 1, 2017 audiences can witness Titanic on both 2D and 3D in Dolby Vision, which is remarkabley better than what audiences were privy to 20 years ago.

James Cameron shares our vision for creating
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James Cameron’s ‘Titanic’ Floats Again In 2D & 3D December Rerelease

  • Deadline
James Cameron’s Titanic makes its 20th birthday with a re-release in select AMC Theatres in both 2D and 3D. The hugely popular disaster movie will play exclusive one-week runs in 87 Dolby Cinema at AMC venues beginning Dec. 1. The announcement was made by Dolby Laboratories, Paramount Pictures and AMC Theatres today. Twenty of the 87 venues will support showing the Leonardo DiCaprio & Kate Winslet Oscar-winning film from Paramount Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox in…
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Titanic Returns to Theaters This December, New Trailer Released

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Titanic Returns to Theaters This December, New Trailer Released
Dolby Laboratories, Inc., Paramount Pictures, and AMC Theatres today announced that Titanic, winner of 11 Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director, will return to select theaters nationwide for an exclusive one-week engagement in Dolby Cinema at AMC. In celebration of the film's 20-year anniversary, audiences across the U.S. can experience Paramount Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox's Titanic in all Dolby Cinema at AMC locations, including 20 locations supporting 3D, beginning December 1, 2017. This marks the first-ever release of Titanic in Dolby Vision in 2D and 3D, a direct result of ongoing partnerships with both James Cameron and Paramount Pictures. Here's what director James Cameron had to say in his statement.

"We mastered a few minutes of Titanic in Dolby Vision and I was stunned. It was like seeing it for the first time. Now that the entire film has been mastered, I'm excited to share it with audiences across the U.
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Yet Another Theory About Rose and Jack on That Door in Titanic Is Here to F*ck You Up

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Whether you love Titanic, hate Titanic, or have never even seen Titanic, there's no way you've managed to escape endless theories and debates over that f*cking door. You know the one - the door at the end that probably could have fit both Rose and Jack, but which Jack lets only Rose float on while he clings to the side and eventually freezes to death. Like I said, that f*cking door. Although Titanic director James Cameron himself debunked the theory that Jack ever could've fit on the door, fans of the movie tend to disagree. The debate has been so intense over the years that Mythbusters finally re-created the scene to try to get to the bottom of it, and even they concluded there was plenty of room for Jack. Well, a Reddit theory about the issue has resurfaced (unlike Jack, Rip), and it puts everything we've ever
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After 20 Years, Titanic Is Coming Back to Theaters - but Only For 1 Week

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We don't know whether to squeal or jump up and down with excitement (maybe we should just do both?), because Titanic is coming back to theaters! The award-winning movie is set to return on Dec. 1to celebrate the premiere's 20-year anniversary. Sure, the sweeping romance was technically first released on Dec. 19, 1997, but let's just be grateful it's coming back at all, Ok? Like two desperate people who find a floating door in the middle of a frigid ocean, there's a big catch to this good news: there's only room for one it's only returning for one week. The film - which is still the number two top-grossing film of all time - catapulted Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio into the spotlight and is returning for exactly seven days to select AMC Theatres and will be shown in both 2D and 3D, in case you want to feel like you can
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‘Titanic’ is Returning to Theaters For Its 20th Anniversary

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‘Titanic’ is Returning to Theaters For Its 20th Anniversary
It’s been 20 years since James Cameron‘s Titanic broke office records, melted hearts, and swept the Academy Awards. To celebrate this milestone, the film is returning to theaters for a limited run next month. And since this is a James Cameron re-release, you know what that means: some fancy technology will be involved to help […]

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‘Titanic’ Re-Release Trailer: James Cameron Bringing Dolby Vision Version To Cinemas

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At one time, James Cameron‘s “Titanic” was….well, king of the world. The doomed romantic drama was a commercial and Oscar sensation, and removed any doubt that the director didn’t have the chops to match his ambitions. Since the film’s release in 1997, Cameron has gone back to the well a couple more times: first for a 3D re-release in 2012, and then three years later with “Titanic Live” which paired the picture with live orchestration from James Horner.

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James Cameron's 'Titanic' Lands 20th Anniversary Rerelease in Theaters

James Cameron's 'Titanic' Lands 20th Anniversary Rerelease in Theaters
James Cameron's Titanic will be released in select AMC Theatres to celebrate its 20-year anniversary, Dolby Laboratories announced Wednesday in partnership with Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox.

The Oscar-winning movie — starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio — will play in 87 theaters equipped with Dolby Cinema for an exclusive one-week run, beginning Dec. 1. It will be shown in both 2D and 3D.

Titanic, which first sailed into theaters Dec. 19, 1997, remains the No. 2 top-grossing film of all time ($2.19 billion) behind Cameron's Avatar, not accounting for inflation.

"We mastered a few minutes of Titanic in...
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Celine Dion, Queen of Music, Performs an Edm Version of "My Heart Will Go On"

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Celine Dion, Queen of Music, Performs an Edm Version of
Celine Dion can officially tackle any genre of music. The 49-year-old singer proved just that when she gave a surprise performance at Omnia Nightclub in Las Vegas on Tuesday night. The proud mom of three treated fans to a remixed version of her classic song "My Heart Will Go On" - yes, the one from the Titanic soundtrack - with a little help from Edm legend and producer Steve Aoki. Related19 Times Celine Dion Inspired You to Have a Little More Fun in Life The performance starts off with the traditional version we've all come to love, until the beat drops at approximately 4:10 and completely takes over Celine, who writhes around the stage before lying down on the floor. The epic moment was all for a good cause, reportedly raising over $1 million in donations for the Las Vegas Victims' Fund. Watch the video above and prepare to fist pump along.
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Kate Winslet Weighs In On ‘Titanic’ Debate: Jack ‘Could Have Fit On That Door!’

  • ET Canada
Twenty years after its release, the tragic demise of Leonardo DiCaprio’s character at the end of “Titanic” continues to be a matter of debate with fans who still don’t realize why Jack couldn’t have clung onto the same wooden door as Rose (Kate Winslet) instead of sinking to a watery grave — heck, the “Mythbusters” […]
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