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Still king of the world

Cameron talks about return of ‘Avatar’ and ‘Titanic’ in 3-D

Director James Cameron says he’s sure there are still lots of fans who wanted to see “Avatar’’ in 3-D but didn’t get the chance. Director James Cameron says he’s sure there are still lots of fans who wanted to see “Avatar’’ in 3-D but didn’t get the chance. (Weta/20th Century Fox)
By Wesley Morris
Globe Staff / August 27, 2010

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Because it hasn’t dominated the world enough, James Cameron’s “Avatar’’ returns to theaters this week. The new version has been “salted,’’ as Cameron put it in a recent telephone interview, with nine extra minutes, including “one big action sequence,’’ 20 or so seconds of physical congress between Jake and Neytiri (“no spoilers in your article, OK?’’), and “some strong dramatic ... (Full article: 1533 words)

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