James Cameron

"You haven't lived until you've been high on PCP, which by the way, I do not recommend to anyone."
Apparently, there was a strict rule in place about exactly who was allowed on set.
The filmmaker said he had to punch one of his diving assistants to survive the near-death moment.
The Terminator director said he’s more concerned AI will cause a nuclear disaster than write “a good story”.
“I don’t respond to offensive rumours in the media usually, but I need to now,” the Titanic director wrote on Twitter.
“It’s giving The Polar Express motion capture animation.”
"It wasn’t meant to be, like, a big moment, at all," director James Cameron revealed.
“I had to really twist his arm to be in the movie. He didn’t want to do it," filmmaker James Cameron said.
"I don’t know if I would want to... fetishise the gun, like I did on a couple of Terminator movies," the Oscar winner claimed.
“There was no way they both could have survived," the director said of the film's two protagonists.