James Cameron’s Climate Change Documentary Features A Ton of Famous Faces

By November 1, 2013

Years of Living Dangerously

Apparently his ever-expanding work on his Avatar properties (including a new theme park) hasn’t stopped James Cameron from stretching himself even thinner, because he’s now the executive producer of a Showtime series set to debut next year called “Years of Living Dangerously.” It’s about climate change and features a veritable who’s who of Hollywood stars interacting with real people who have been affected by global warming, and the whole series is an effort to put a human face on a topic that’s been obfuscated with politics and rhetoric over the past few years.


We know global warming is a touchy subject, but with names like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, Harrison Ford, Michael C. Hall, and Jessica Alba on board, maybe it’ll pique your interest enough and spur you to check out the new series when it debuts next year. In the meantime, one thing’s for certain: James Cameron will continue to be the bravest pioneer.

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