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James Cameron Joins Documentary ‘Search for Atlantis’

13 June 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

James Cameron is climbing aboard National Geographic Channel’s expedition documentary “Search for Atlantis,” THR reports.

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The two-hour special explores the myth of the lost city and will be made in partnership with Associated Producers and Discovery Canada. “Finding the historical and archeological truth behind the Atlantis myth has always been a fascination of mine,” said Cameron in a statement on Monday, the second day of the Banff World Media Festival. “Our exploration team will investigate several new theories about where the real Atlantis was, who these mysterious people were, and what disaster wiped them from the Earth over three millennia ago.”

Shooting will take place in Sicily, Malta, Crete, Santorini and Sardinia, with underwater filming set for off the coast of Spain. The project marks the latest expedition documentary for Cameron, who previously produced 2014’s “Deepsea Challenge,” about his solo diving expeditions, and 2003’s “Ghosts of the Abyss,” about the building of the Titanic.

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“Search for Atlantis” is just one of more than a dozen projects on Cameron’s plate, including four “Avatar” sequels he’s attached to direct, and Guillermo del Toro’s sci-fi adventure “Fantastic Voyage,” which Cameron will produce.

Discovery Canada and National Geographic previously worked with Associated Producers on another Atlantis documentary, the 2011 TV movie “Finding Atlantis.”

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Avatar: The Franchise That Keeps on Spawning

18 April 2016 11:40 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Tony Black on James Cameron’s ever-expanding Avatar series…

James Cameron just won’t let this go, will he? Having spent the last decade almost in development and finally pre-production on a sequel to Avatar, his 2009 3D science-fiction epic which remains the most lucrative film ever made (only second even to Gone With the Wind, adjusted for inflation) what then expanded to three sequels making up a trilogy has now expanded to four, a quadrilogy, all of which presumably will shoot simultaneously and leave Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana and co. effectively locked up for surely a couple of years reacting to green screen (to which Twitter reacted wonderfully, incidentally). Who’s to say Cameron will stop at four? Before now and the start of filming, this could spawn the Avatar Extended Universe the way the self-professed ‘King of the World’ is going. The strange thing about the Avatar sequels is »

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