Film/TV

James Cameron on Climate Change: ‘We’re Not Too Late’

by Natalia Lima

James Cameron spoke to NBC News on the issue of climate change and how he uses his films to get people closer to the cause.

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Angelina Jolie to Direct Elephant Poaching Film ‘Africa’

by Allyson Koerner

Angelina Jolie will direct Skydance’s film ‘Africa’ revolving around Richard Leakey’s elephant poaching story.

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James Cameron Says Emmy Attention Will Help ‘Living Dangerously’ Earn a Second Season 

by Natalia Lima

James Cameron’s documentary series about climate change has been nominated for two Emmy awards – and now the show that almost didn’t happen is gearing up for a possible second

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‘Blackfish’ Teams Focuses on New York City Rats for Latest Documentary

by Brianne Hogan

The team behind the successful documentary, “Blackfish,” is turning their attention on one of the most despised rodents of all-time: rats. Dakota Group and Submarine, the production company behind the

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WATCH: Tom Hardy Loves His Pit Bull Co-Stars

by Allyson Koerner

Tom Hardy’s new movie “The Drop” showcases the misconceptions of Pit bulls and how an animal can transform our lives.

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WATCH: Ian Somerhalder Narrates ‘Climate Heroes’ Doc

by Allyson Koerner

Ian Somerhalder puts his voice and eco-activism to good use by narrating the United Nations’ new climate change documentary.

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Raju, the Elephant Who Cried, Is Getting His Very Own Movie

by Allyson Koerner

Raju, the Elephant Who Cried upon his freedom, just scored his own movie about his 50 years of unjust captivity.

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