James Cameron was stricken with food poisoning and during his illness, Cameron had a nightmare about an invincible robot hitman sent from the future to kill him, giving him the idea for The Terminator, which later catapulted his film career.
James Cameron would use a nail gun to nail the film crew’s cell phones to a wall in retaliation for unwanted ringing during the production of Avatar.
While James Cameron was stricken with food poisoning in Rome on a film set, he had a nightmare about an invincible robot hit man sent from the future to kill him giving him the idea for the Terminator catapulting his career.
James Cameron was homeless when writing The Terminator, and sold the rights for $1, on the condition he could direct it.
After watching Star Wars, James Cameron decided to quit his job as a truck driver, and entered the film industry.
James Cameron was writing his first screen play (Terminator) he was living in his car.
James Cameron made the movie Titanic to get a dive to the shipwreck funded by the movie studio; not because he particularly wanted to make the movie.