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James Cameron: Return to Pandora on Hold; Avatar Sequel Delayed... Again 2

James Cameron: Return to Pandora on Hold; Avatar Sequel Delayed… Again

James Cameron says the fantasy world of the N’avi on the mythical planet of Pandora will remain a fantasy for at least another year. The squeal to the movie “Avatar” won’t hit theaters next year as previously planned. Cameron revealed the delay in a new interview, but said work on all four planned sequels is proceeding, even if “Avatar 2” has no firm release date....
Tina Fey, Amy Poehler Add Right Touch to Golden Globes (video!) 4

Tina Fey, Amy Poehler Add Right Touch to Golden Globes (video!)

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were totally the moment as hosts of the Golden Globe Awards. They treated the night with just the right touch of irreverence, humor and not a few biting comments, including a little riff on former host Ricky Gervais. “Ricky Gervais could not be here tonight because he is no longer technically in show business,” Fey, 42, quipped....
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Downton Abbey Creator Slams James Cameron's Titanic

Julian Fellowes, who created the acclaimed British series “Downton Abbey,” has slammed Director James Cameron for “inaccuracies” in his epic movie “Titanic.” Fellowes is filming his own version of the ship’s epic sinking. Fellowes said his four-part television mini-series, which will air in the United States, will be much more accurate than the 1997 Hollywood film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet....
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Downton Abbey Creators Tackle Titanic's Class System (watch!)

Julian Fellowes, creator of the hit British series “Downton Abbey,” provides a fresh look at the great Titanic disaster with a special focus on the ship’s rigid class system, from the upper decks to the depth of steerage. The four-part mini-series will portray the ship “in a way that other versions haven’t been,” Fellowes told London’s Daily Mail newspaper. Fascination with the disaster has only intensified since the wreck was found on the sea floor in 1985....