Would JC be a good director to make a new Star Trek? I ask this because he has a passion for exploration and appears to be a guy who can appeal to a wide audience without going full JJ.
Or are you guys happy with just lin
Not an asshole exactly. He's just intense and intimidating as fuck. He doesn't tolerate any movie star bullshit from his actors.
Was going to reply with this.
But I think he'd actually be a great fit for ST actually now that I think about it.
His work is maybe too cynical for ST though. But he'd probably be a better fir than Jeremy Lin.
if he would want to go with the orignal star trek style, at least hed have the directorial muscle to make the studios do it.
no doubt in my mind that there are few people less fit than a fast and furious director to make ST
>Kate Winslet seemed to have a little bit of trouble believing the audacity of the director when she saw the gimble-rigged model of the Titanic (which she would soon be stuck at the top of) tilted vertically in preparation for its final descent. Not exactly thrilled at the prospect of being suspended fifty feet in the air, the actress stormed up to Cameron and said ‘Well where the hell are you going to be while I’m stuck up there?’, to which Cameron responded ‘About fifty feet above you, hanging over the edge of that plank with a camera.’ Kate started getting ready to go up.
>James Cameron will never reboot Seaquest
even he wasn't a great writer he'd literally not have had an opportunity to be a great director.
he just doesn't write stories which are self-consciously attempting to be regarded as "great writing".
Yeah, I remember reading an interview in another thread where he said the success of Star Wars convinced him that the kind of movies he wanted to make were viable in Hollywood. He just loves making epic scale big budget blockbusters.