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December 2009
Hollywood Reporter Weekend Edition;12/18/2009, Vol. 412 Issue 36, p11
The article presents an interview with James Cameron, writer-director of the film "Avatar." Cameron says that he never thought that directors can ever be famous. Cameron says that his track record of directing successful films helped him to convince Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. to fund the film. He says that the success of the film "Titanic," assured him an income for a long time and a firm career.


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