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James Cameron helped friend and likely T6 director, Tim Miller, get "DEADPOOL" made at Fox.

After our previous report this past Wednesday uncovering that likely “TERMINATOR 6” director Tim Miller was not only a contemporary inspiration of James Cameron, but an actual friend, we decided to dig deeper into that friendship to see what we could find. 412 more words

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"TERMINATOR 6": Insight on the relationship between James Cameron & Tim Miller.

This past January, exciting news broke that a sixth Terminator film was now in a pre-production phase, with no one other than Terminator creator James Cameron involved in its development. 397 more words

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NEWS: I'll be back....again

After flirting on the fringes of each new production, it appears James Cameron is ready to go back to Titanic, 1,082 more words
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Appreciating the Grungy Beauty of 'Deadpool'

“Deadpool,” starring Ryan Reynolds as a debauched comic-book superhero/assassin who’s like Spider-Man crossed with the Phantom of the Opera crossed with Jim Carrey, is a movie the whole world was waiting for without knowing it: a Marvel franchise caper that runs on drop-dead attitude. 272 more words

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The Future of the Terminator Movies

A couple of weeks ago a few articles began to appear on social media that James Cameron will be regaining the rights to the Terminator movies in 2019, and that he is eyeing Deadpool director Tim Miller to play a part in future instalments. 306 more words

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Snappsy the Alligator (Did Not Ask to Be in This Book!) by Julie Falatko, illustrated by Tim Miller

Snappsy the Alligator
(Did Not Ask to Be in This Book!)
by Julie Falatko
illustrated by Tim Miller
Viking

Snappsy was not having the best day ever.   317 more words

James Cameron plans "relevant" new Terminator film with Deadpool director Tim Miller

Terminator Genisys didn’t exactly prove to be the lucrative reset for the long-running robopocalypse franchise that many involved were hoping it might become. While it was successful enough overseas to avoid major failure ($350 million from foreign markets), the 2015 film… 532 more words

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