By Patrick Brzeski
As “Titanic 3D” triumphs at the local box office, the globe-trotting director explored the future of Chinese co-productions while attending the Beijing Film Festival.
China has certainly been good to James Cameron. Avatar became the country’s all-time box off office champ in 2010, and the recent release of Titanic 3D had the largest opening ever in China, taking in $58 million in its first weekend.Cameron will be strengthening his relationship with China this week as a guest of the Beijing International Film Festival, which kicked off on Monday and wraps Saturday. Cameron took time out from a busy schedule to talkto The Hollywood Reporter about the future of Chinese-co-productions, how he beat the U.S. government to the bottom of the ocean, and the spirit of adventure that drives his life and his work.
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