Will Kim Kardashian to the Big Screen by James Cameron for Sanctum 2 ?

Monday, 31 January 2011

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It was great, James Cameron has attracted 40,000 followers after he joined Twitter. With his first tweet was making a lot of followers by surprise. Cameron started by tweeting at Ryan Seacrest, the WHO apparently encouraged the director to join the social networking service. "[H] ere I am. First tweet. I feel younger already," he wrote.

"It’s easy," he wrote of the social networking site. "Short smartass answers have always been a specialty of mine."

Then He tweeted, "Kim, you're already in 3D!" See you on #Sanctum 2.” For now, this may have been a crisis averted, but it is only a matter of time before some desperate producer tries to milk the Kardashian uber-exposure and we see her face on billboards promoting some sort of film project. Get the full story behind the film Sanctum http://ht.ly/3Lwj9.

While a project with Kim Kardashian appears on the back burner, the director is adamant about teaming up with Hollywood hottie Jessica Alba: "Jess, we have to do another kick butt project together soon!" Cameron produced the butt-kicking TV show Dark Angel from 2000 to 2002 that launched Alba's career. (eonline.com)

James Cameron with his new movie Sanctum.

The film follows a team of underwater cave divers on a treacherous expedition to the largest, most beautiful and least accessible cave system on Earth.
Sanctum is released 4th February. Take a look at some clips from the movie:

James Cameron Short biography :

James Cameron was credited with single-handedly resurrecting a once-dead science fiction genre, thanks to the timeless success of "The Terminator" (1984) and "Aliens" (1986). But because of his legendary temper and determination on set, Cameron also became known as one of the most difficult directors to work for, genius be damned.

Cameron was born on Aug. 16, 1954 in Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada to Philip.

Other careers, Cameron wrote films that others directed, including the script for "Rambo: First Blood II" (1985), the director's chair for "Aliens" (1986), "The Abyss" (1989), "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" (1991), "Terminator 2" fame (1997-99) and "Titanic" player, Suzi Amos (2000- ).

In April 1993, Cameron founded a second company, Digital Domain, Its mission was to handle the full-spectrum of visual effects for "True Lies" (1994), with Schwarzenegger again.

In the wake of "Titanic," Cameron took a long time - over 10 years, the British newspaper The Independent said that Cameron "is a nightmare to work with. Studios have come to fear his habit of straying way over schedule and over budget. He is notorious on set for his uncompromising and dictatorial manner, as well as his flaming temper.


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