Director Cameron Extends Contract
Mar. 01, 2001
LOS ANGELES (AP) _ The director of ``Titanic,'' ``Aliens'' and ``The Terminator'' movies has re-upped with 20th Century Fox.
James Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment has signed a new five-year deal continuing its relationship with Fox. The deal gives the studio first-look options for films under development by Cameron and his Lightstorm partners Rae Sanchini and Jon Landau.
``I've had a 16-year history with Fox, going back to `Aliens' in '85, and I've always loved having the Fox fanfare at the head of my films,'' Cameron said in a statement.
Fox and Paramount co-financed Lightstorm's ``Titanic.''
Among the projects under development at Lightstorm are the sci-fi drama ``Brother Termite,'' the romantic comedy ``Damned If I Do'' and a sequel to Cameron's comic spy thriller, ``True Lies.''