Unreleased James Cameron Sketches From Aliens And Terminator Surface

Three-time Academy Award winner James Cameron, who’s the proud owner of not only the highest grossing film worldwide, Avatar ($2.78B), but the second as well, Titanic ($2.18B), has played a significant role in shaping the cinematic landscape since 1984, which saw the release of his sophomore feature, The Terminator.

Two years later, the Canadian filmmaker followed up his sci-fi masterstroke with another, Aliens, a sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1979, genre-defining space epic. Although extremely preoccupied with the writing and development of his Avatar universe at the moment, which he’s been working on since 2009, Cameron took some time out of his busy schedule to share previously unseen sketches from both of the aforementioned movies.

The director, a gifted artist no doubt, is responsible for the designs of both the T-800 – which he sketched from a particularly vivid nightmare – and the Alien Queen. In the new book James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction,

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