10 things we learned from James Cameron’s Reddit AMA

by Peter D. Marshall

by Jake Cleland.

Director James Cameron has done some pretty incredible things in his time. Not only has he directed some of the most famous action films in cinematic history but he’s constantly pushed the boundaries of film-making technology, pioneering new methods to realise his otherworldly visions.

He recently created a new type of submersible vehicle to explore some of the most mysterious reaches of our Earth within the abyss of Mariana’s Trench. He stopped by Reddit to give one of the most lucid, thoughtful and comprehensive AMAs the format has seen to date. The below is just a taste of the anecdotes Cameron shares from an extraordinary life. Here’s 10 things we learned from James Cameron.

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