James Cameron
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Cameron was gracious when “Avengers: Endgame” usurped his 2009 film “Avatar” as all-time box-office champion in July, but it probably helped that he had a few cinematic arrows in his quiver, namely four “Avatar” sequels. Shooting concurrently with a budget of $1 billion, they will be released in two-year spans starting December 2021. Cameron’s recent activity includes producing and writing the cyberpunk fantasy “Alita: Battle Angel,” featuring groundbreaking motion-capture work, and producing this year’s “Terminator: Dark Fate.” His penchant for pushing technological boundaries onscreen is mirrored by his investments. In 2017, he and environmentalist wife Suzy Amis Cameron partnered with PIC Investments to found plant-based Verdient Foods, dedicated to extracting the proteins, starches and fibers from pulse crops (beans, lentils, peas) to make meat substitutes.




  • California State University–Fullerton (CA, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
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Chris Aronson admits he was being bullish when he told his colleagues at 20th Century Fox that "Avatar" would gross $500 million at the domestic box office. This was back in 2009, before Marvel mania and Disney dominance made half-a-million-dollar earners commonplace. Up until that point, only "Titanic" and "The Dark Knight" had surpassed that gargantuan milestone. Eleven more films have since joined the club."People thought we were out of our minds," recalls Aronson, who was responsible for overseeing the...


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