Before Avatar The Way of Water releases, take a look at James Cameron films that made a mark

Before Avatar The Way of Water hits the screens, here are five times James Cameron exceeded expectations with these 5 films the filmmaker proved he’s simply one of a kind.

india-tv-entertainment-desk Written By: India TV Entertainment Desk [Published on: December 03, 2022 13:39 IST]
  • Labelled as the ‘Futurist’, James Cameron has caused waves in his 4-decade long career with path-breaking techniques, visionary thinking, and immense dedication to master his films. Be it Titanic, The Terminator, or Avatar (2009), James Cameron has created his own niche in filmmaking through exceptional innovations and ideas that have garnered his films 21 Oscar awards, 5 BAFTA awards, and 7 Golden Globe awards over the years.
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    Labelled as the ‘Futurist’, James Cameron has caused waves in his 4-decade long career with path-breaking techniques, visionary thinking, and immense dedication to master his films. Be it Titanic, The Terminator, or Avatar (2009), James Cameron has created his own niche in filmmaking through exceptional innovations and ideas that have garnered his films 21 Oscar awards, 5 BAFTA awards, and 7 Golden Globe awards over the years.
  • Avatar: Avatar was born from a dream that Cameron had in his high school. It was something he developed in 1994, but could only get the apt technology to produce in the late 2000s.
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    Avatar: Avatar was born from a dream that Cameron had in his high school. It was something he developed in 1994, but could only get the apt technology to produce in the late 2000s.
  • Titanic: Not many know that out of the 72 deep-sea dives, Cameron has made thirty-three of those dives to shoot the wreckage of the Titanic, the subject of his 1997 hit film. Adding the actual footage of the wreckage changed the entire treatment of the film and made Cameron amongst the most path-breaking directors of all times.
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    Titanic: Not many know that out of the 72 deep-sea dives, Cameron has made thirty-three of those dives to shoot the wreckage of the Titanic, the subject of his 1997 hit film. Adding the actual footage of the wreckage changed the entire treatment of the film and made Cameron amongst the most path-breaking directors of all times.
  • Terminator: His blockbuster The Terminator also stemmed from a fever induced dream about a chrome skeleton emerging from a fire in Rome in 1981, which he immediately sketched the image of, with the hotel stationery. The film series stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator. He plays a cyborg assassin sent back in time from 2029 to 1984 to murder Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton).
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    Terminator: His blockbuster The Terminator also stemmed from a fever induced dream about a chrome skeleton emerging from a fire in Rome in 1981, which he immediately sketched the image of, with the hotel stationery. The film series stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator. He plays a cyborg assassin sent back in time from 2029 to 1984 to murder Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton).
  • True Lies: While his family he was a dim salesman, who would have thought that Harry Tasker, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger is a secret spy. He has to solve nuclear missions but at the same time, he has his marriage falling apart. How he saves both of them makes True Lies a must watch.
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    True Lies: While his family he was a dim salesman, who would have thought that Harry Tasker, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger is a secret spy. He has to solve nuclear missions but at the same time, he has his marriage falling apart. How he saves both of them makes True Lies a must watch.
  • Aliens: The action film about Lt. Ripley's played by Sigourney Weaver. A space shuttle stuck has been stuck in space for 57 years later be found by deep space salvage team. The researchers found only one survivor, a nine-year-old girl Newt played by Carrie Henn. How the film series begins and develops over the years is simply amazing.
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    Aliens: The action film about Lt. Ripley's played by Sigourney Weaver. A space shuttle stuck has been stuck in space for 57 years later be found by deep space salvage team. The researchers found only one survivor, a nine-year-old girl Newt played by Carrie Henn. How the film series begins and develops over the years is simply amazing.