February 27, 2012 4:00am EST
The Artist star Missi Pyle wore a recycled dress to the Oscars - Venezuelan designer Valentina Delfino's turquoise gown was chosen for the actress after she won the Red Carpet Green contest created by director James Cameron's wife Suzy Amis.
February 05, 2010 4:00am EST
The Terminator star embarked on a relationship with the filmmaker in the early 1990s and the pair had a daughter together before marrying in 1997.
They split just eight months later when Cameron rekindled a previous relationship with Suzy Amis, who starred in his movie Titanic.
And Hamilton has a stark warning for the actress, who wed Cameron in 2000.
She tells Britain's Daily Mail newspaper, "The woman he can't get is always his dream girl.
"It's interesting because while he was making Titanic, Suzy at that time was the gargoyle on the end of my bed, waiting to swoop in.
"Now I'm the gargoyle on her bed because for Jim, the one who doesn't end up with him is always the one he wants. I'm the one who got away, and she has to live with that."
Cameron has been married five times - to Hamilton and Amis, as well as to Sharon Williams, Gale Anne Hurd and Kathryn Bigelow.
November 11, 2009 4:00am EST
"I have been married five times. I'm a perfectionist, so I kept trying until I got it right, which I have... Suzy Amis is a keeper." Moviemaker JAMES CAMERON has found his soulmate after five attempts at married life.
March 19, 2001 11:50am EST
If ABC was glitter and NBC was substance, Fox tried to impress the critics with both as it trotted out two days worth of very fancy food and a line-up heavy on new shows for the fall season. Gail Berman, the new Fox Network president, swore that the crash and burn of several predecessors didn't faze her at all. But the death of sex-and-angst dramas "Beverly Hills 90210" and "Party of Five" may have, so Fox is banking on two dysfunctional family sitcoms, "Titus" and "Malcolm in the Middle."
Also returning next season is "X-Files," with less Duchovny and more Robert Patrick ("Terminator 2"), who will be joining the cast as FBI Inspector John Doggett. Other forays into the paranormal include "Freaky Links," starring Ethan Embry ("Can't Hardly Wait") and "Night Visions," a "Twilight Zone"-style anthology series.
"Visions" co-creators Dan Angel and Billy Brown were on hand to tell scary stories at a lunch complete with flickering votives and mini-grave centerpieces. Later, "Dark Angel" producers introduced 19-year-old star Jessica Alba while co-creator James Cameron answered questions via satellite from a "secret location" (where he's probably honeymooning with new wife Suzy Amis).
Another cast of sexy young things appears in Darren Star's "The $treet," which promises to be a PG-13, male "Sex and the City" (another Star production) with three bonafide movie stars -- Tom Everett Scott ("That Thing You Do"), Jennifer Connelly ("Waking the Dead") and Adam Goldberg ("Saving Private Ryan"). "Ally McBeal" creator David E. Kelly also introduced his new ensemble drama "Boston Public," about improbably attractive school teachers.
Reporters grilled John Goodman and producers Bonnie and Terry Turner about changes in their new untitled show and wondered whether Goodman would bring "gay characteristics" to his character, a divorced gay dad who returns to Beantown after living in L.A.
Then there was a presentation on "The Tick," wherein Patrick Warburton (Elaine's boyfriend Puddy on "Seinfeld") plays the live-action version of the big blue animated hero.
Fox's only foray into reality TV this year is "American High," a show that follows real students in a middle-class Chicago suburb. One of the students, Morgan Moss, vied to become the next Puck (of "The Real World" renown), declaring: "I am a new breed of human being."
Moss and fellow students Robby Nathan and Sarah Mages looked appropriately Hollywood at Fox's starry closing bash, held at Yamashiro, a Japanese restaurant in the Hollywood Hills. Bart and Homer didn't show, but Rashida Jones (Quincy's daughter), Calista Flockhart, Goodman, Alba and other network stars (and stars-to-be) sake-bombed their way through the night's celebration.
March 19, 2001 11:50am EST
Now if only James Cameron could be as unafraid to team up with Arnold one more time. Clearly the "Titanic" helmer is undaunted by the task of marriage. The oft-married (and oft-divorced) director forsook bachelorhood once again to wed actress Suzy Amis June 4 in Malibu, Calif., his camp has confirmed.
Cameron is 45, Amis is 39. (Other reports say she's 42.)
The two met on the set of his 1997 Oscar-winning behemoth (uh, that would be "Titanic"). At the time, Cameron was still married Wife No. 4 Linda Hamilton, whom he met on the set of 1984's "Terminator," while he was courting Wife No. 2 producer Gale Anne Hurd. (Hamilton filed for divorce in 1998.)
This is Cameron’s fifth career marriage; Amis’ second.
December 31, 1899 7:00pm EST
Actress Suzy Amis, wife of Academy Award-winning director James Cameron gave birth four weeks ago, according to the television show Access Hollywood. No other details were provided, but Kristy Freedman, publicist for the Cameron-produced Fox television show Dark Angel, said a detailed announcement is in the works. Cameron, 46, married Amis, his fifth wife, nearly a year ago after meeting the actress on the set of his Oscar-winning movie Titanic.