Cameron to direct new Mash Up movie

Funny story written by IainB

Monday, 28 November 2011

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Everybody is a time traveller - forwards at one second per second

Cameron is to direct a mash up film of all of Cameron's previous films.

"It's going to be epic," said Cameron. "It's about a time travelling blue alien who goes back to the Titanic after it sank into the abyss to single handedly take on an acid blood alien spy made."

Industry insiders believe that this is more rehash than mash up.

"Cameron's lost it," said Ian Cider, a ghost writer at Universal. "He was known for some innovative films, but lately, all his films are based on work he's already done."

The blue alien, called Rambo, enlists the help of Connor Sarahs to take down the watery violent alien on the sunken Titanic, which many believe contains too many elements of Cameron's films. Due to the complicated nature of the film, it will be entirely computer generated.

"It's all completely unique," said Cameron. "Something like this has never been attempted before. It's a first, or if not a first, at least a second, third or fifteenth."

Cinema goes are getting a little stony faced at Cameron's epics.

"Well, yeah, that last one with the blue alien was all right, I suppose," said Joe Pubic. "That one on a boat was gash though."

"I quite like the lone soldier," said Joanne Pubic, Joe's sister. "But ID dint' much fancy that underwater one."

"I think there may have been some confusion," said Cameron on hearing the thoughts of ordinary members of the public. "They're thinking of James Cameron. This is all new to me, because normally I'm Prime Minister."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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