A look at the day's political happenings, including Mitt's impressive June fundraising haul and Florida GOP Rep. Allen West's latest controversial comment.
So, "Avatar" director James Cameron got good and steamed the other day while discussing Fox News' own Baron von Shoutypants, Glenn Beck. On his show Wednesday night, Beck responded, and as it turns out, he's guilty as charged! He also finds Celine Dion's "Titanic" power ballad "horrific, really."
Although 3-D technology has been around so long that it almost seems quaint, it's still the Next Big Thing, in a sense, in the entertainment industry, as even television manufacturers are chomping at the bit to get in on the action What's more, "Avatar" director and technological innovator James Cameron is (continued).
James Cameron, that visionary mega-director of historic oceanic tragedy and, more recently, virtual blue puma-people, has dug into his giant pockets to option a book for a possible film project that's quite different in subject and tone from his latest blockbuster, "Avatar." Variety reported Friday that Cameron now has movie dibs on Charles Pellegrino's nonfiction book "The Last Train From Hiroshima: The Survivors Look Back."
Andrew Card, who has held the position since the president first took office, will be replaced with Joshua Bolten, a longtime Bush aide and current budget director. Card had come under pressure to step down in recent months as the president's poll numbers continued their free fall.