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When Jack is preparing to draw Rose, he says to her, “Lie on that bed, uh, I mean couch.” The line was scripted “Lie on that couch”, but Leonardo DiCaprio made an honest mistake and James Cameron liked it so much he kept it in.
Titanic (1997)

When Jack is preparing to draw Rose, he says to her, “Lie on that bed, uh, I mean couch.” The line was scripted “Lie on that couch”, but Leonardo DiCaprio made an honest mistake and James Cameron liked it so much he kept it in.

Titanic (1997)

The actors playing the Na’vi had cameras attached to their head so that they filmed close-ups of their faces. Dots painted on their faces allowed motion-capture software to record their facial expressions, providing a ‘framework’ from which the CG artists worked. 
Avatar (2009)

The actors playing the Na’vi had cameras attached to their head so that they filmed close-ups of their faces. Dots painted on their faces allowed motion-capture software to record their facial expressions, providing a ‘framework’ from which the CG artists worked.

Avatar (2009)

Arnold Schwarzenegger was considered so indispensable to the film that when he went off to do Conan the Destroyer (1984) first, they were prepared to wait, rather than recast him in the interim.
Terminator (1984)

Arnold Schwarzenegger was considered so indispensable to the film that when he went off to do Conan the Destroyer (1984) first, they were prepared to wait, rather than recast him in the interim.

Terminator (1984)

Like most films, the movie wasn’t shot in sequence. But for added realism, James Cameron filmed the scene where we first meet the Colonial Marines (one of the earliest scenes) last. This was so that the camaraderie of the Marines was realistic because the actors had spent months filming together.
Aliens (1986)

Like most films, the movie wasn’t shot in sequence. But for added realism, James Cameron filmed the scene where we first meet the Colonial Marines (one of the earliest scenes) last. This was so that the camaraderie of the Marines was realistic because the actors had spent months filming together.

Aliens (1986)

One afternoon during a break in filming, Arnold Schwarzenegger went into a restaurant in downtown L.A. to get some lunch and realized all too late that he was still in Terminator makeup - with a missing eye, exposed jawbone and burned flesh.
Terminator (1984)

One afternoon during a break in filming, Arnold Schwarzenegger went into a restaurant in downtown L.A. to get some lunch and realized all too late that he was still in Terminator makeup - with a missing eye, exposed jawbone and burned flesh.

Terminator (1984)

The original script did not call for the top of the truck to be ripped off during the chase through the storm drain beside/beneath the freeway, but when they arrived on location they found that the cab wouldn’t fit under the overpass so director James Cameron decided that the roof was going to have to come off.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day  (1991)

The original script did not call for the top of the truck to be ripped off during the chase through the storm drain beside/beneath the freeway, but when they arrived on location they found that the cab wouldn’t fit under the overpass so director James Cameron decided that the roof was going to have to come off.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day  (1991)

Arnold Schwarzenegger asked James Cameron to change the line “I’ll be back” to “I will be back” as he was having trouble pronouncing “I’ll.” James Cameron refused.
Terminator (1984)

Arnold Schwarzenegger asked James Cameron to change the line “I’ll be back” to “I will be back” as he was having trouble pronouncing “I’ll.” James Cameron refused.

Terminator (1984)

Before announcing development of this film, director James Cameron shot footage of icebergs off the coast of Nova Scotia under the pretense of making a film titled “Planet Ice”.
Titanic (1997)

Before announcing development of this film, director James Cameron shot footage of icebergs off the coast of Nova Scotia under the pretense of making a film titled “Planet Ice”.

Titanic (1997)
Michael Biehn was considered for the role of Col. Quaritch. James Cameron rejected him because he’d already cast Sigourney Weaver, and he didn’t want people to think it was Aliens all over again.
Avatar (2009)

Michael Biehn was considered for the role of Col. Quaritch. James Cameron rejected him because he’d already cast Sigourney Weaver, and he didn’t want people to think it was Aliens all over again.

Avatar (2009)

One of the main percussive sounds of Brad Fiedel’s score - the metallic beats of the Terminator theme - is not created by a synthesizer. It’s Fiedel striking one of his cast-iron frying pans.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day  (1991)

One of the main percussive sounds of Brad Fiedel’s score - the metallic beats of the Terminator theme - is not created by a synthesizer. It’s Fiedel striking one of his cast-iron frying pans.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day  (1991)

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