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Fred Bang

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These two are among my favorite directors...

...but what the heck are they doing these days? Is James Cameron still on Dark Angel?
 

Peter Kline

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They are currently teaching a course at UCLA FIlm School on "The Art of Subtelty by The Director In Film"
 

MickeS

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I too wonder what Cameron is up to. Last thing I saw was that he directed the season (series, it turned out) finale of "Dark Angel", haven't seen anything else. I'd like to know.
 

Bill J

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I heard rumors that Oliver Stone is working on another Vietnam film after he finishes his Alexander the Great film.
 

Fred Bang

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What about the rumor that James Cameron would shoot on the Space Station?! (totally crazy idea, no?)
 

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Oliver was in Cuba earlier this year working on a documentary or something about Castro. He's finally gone off the deep end.
 

Matthew_S

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Oliver was in Cuba earlier this year working on a documentary or something about Castro. He's finally gone off the deep end.
Why has he "gone off the deep end"? Give the guy a break, he's made some of the best films EVER. So what if he's "in your face"? Every summer action movie is "in your face". There are way too many closed-minded people out there these days, if you ask me.

Sorry, I just hate it when people bash Stone and don't give any good reasons as to why.
 

Fred Bang

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I agree that people should give Oliver Stone a break. His JFK, Platoon and Born on the 4th of July are masterpieces.

James Cameron also is an excellent filmaker. What is his worst movie? I guess it's Titanic.... and it was excellent.
 

Justin Doring

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"They are currently teaching a course at UCLA Film School on 'The Art of Subtelty by The Director In Film.'"

BUWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

I really like Stone's body of work, and he's not always heavy-handed, but Cameron is on par with Lucas, Bruckheimer, and Bay when it comes to awful movies.
 

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Did anyone else like the DA finale? It was a breath of fresh air after an interesting but mostly craptacular season 2.

That said, hopefully it will make it onto DVD is season sets soon. And hopefully there will be a TV movie to wrap up loose threads.
 

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