Biehn and Cameron Back Together on "Avatar"?

by | March 27, 2007 | Comments

They worked pretty darn well together on "The Terminator," "Aliens," and "The Abyss" — so maybe filmmaker James Cameron and actor Michael Biehn are about to get the old magic brewing on "Avatar." (Or maybe not.)

Seems that Biehn and Cameron had a pair of successful meetings a little while back, but no contracts have been offered/signed just yet. Said the actor: "He showed me a lot of stuff that he was doing. Showed me the presentation that he showed Fox. I thought they went very well."

He also goes on to throw some praise and affection for his "Grindhouse" director Robert Rodriguez for helping to hype Biehn’s role in the double-feature flick.

And hey, maybe Cameron can find a place for Bill Paxton, too.

Source: Sci-Fi Wire

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