James Cameron: 'Glenn Beck is a F**king A**hole'
James Cameron Called Glenn Beck a "F**king A**hole" in a Press Conference for Avatar's Home Video Release
Avatar director James Cameron was in a press conference for Avatar's home video release. James Cameron openly trashed Glenn Beck, and called him a madman and a "f**king a**hole". Glenn Beck called him the anti-Christ for his 2007 documentary "The Lost Tomb of Jesus".
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James Cameron said he would love to have a "dialogue with him". After the initial statement, he said Glenn Beck "may or may not be an a**hole", but is certainly dangerous. James Cameron thought Glenn Beck's "ideas are poisonous".
The James Cameron Glenn Beck feud started few years ago. Glenn Beck commented on James Cameron's 2007 documentary The Lost Tomb of Jesus. According to the CNN transcript, Glenn Beck said "many people" believed that James Cameron is running for "anti-Christ". At the end of the show, Beck said:
Shh! Hollywood, keep it down. I promise you, causes are not our favorite part about Hollywood. We use Hollywood to escape. We don`t want to escape, you know, wind up escaping into an impoverished village in Yemen to consider the pros and cons of stem-cell research.
Obviously, James Cameron believes otherwise.
He is releasing Avatar's home video on Earth Day, April 22nd, 2010, and it's not a coincident. "Look, at this point I'm less interested in making money for the movie and more interested in saving the world that my children are going to inhabit. How about that?" said Cameron. "I mean, look, I didn't make this movie with these strong environmental anti-war themes in it to make friends on the right."
James Cameron also find it incredible that global-warming deniers are still out there.
Cameron said. "I want to call those deniers out into the street at high noon and shoot it out with those boneheads."
Turning more serious, he added: "Anybody that is a global-warming denier at this point in time has got their head so deeply up their ass I'm not sure they could hear me."