Jackie Chan meets James Cameron

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7 Nov – Last week was the release of "CZ12" ("Chinese Zodiac") in Los Angeles, and the film's lead star, director, writer, and producer Jackie Chan was in the neighbourhood to do promotional work, which led him to meet "Avatar" director James Cameron.

According to the 59-year-old Chinese superstar, he was very excited to be able to meet and talk to James Cameron. Among the items that the duo discussed were the possibilities of making a film together in the future and their careers as directors, producers and screenwriters.

Jackie was also humbled by the minimalist yet practical nature of James Cameron's office, despite having directed so many box office hits such as "The Terminator", "Titanic" and "Avatar". Most of the space in the office was dedicated to housing miniscule and life-sized figures of James Cameron's iconic characters such as the T-1000 from "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" and Neytiri from "Avatar".

Last but not least, Jackie Chan was able to take a photo with the Hollywood director and obtain his autograph!

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