Director James Cameron expects to complete his latest project sometime within the next ten years.
"I wrote the story based on technology that doesn't even exist yet," said Cameron from a yurt located on the outskirts of Independence, Kansas. The fact that his 400-person crew was filming near a place called 'Independence' was not lost on the millionaire director either. "It's poetic that we are filming in a place of this name, because independent films are going to become extinct like the bison that once roamed these lands."
Cameron's version of the Laura Ingalls Wilder saga promises to lift audiences right out of their seats.
"It's going to be big: real big," admitted Cameron. "Critics can say whatever they want. Hollywood may be running low on new ideas, but we will never be out of Schlitz."