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As James Cameron shifts his focus from film to TV, his view of the future makes the "Titanic" seem an inviting place.
I ran into James Cameron, the King of the World, last week. He was convivial. His new TV show, "Dark Angel," was bleak. I had the distinct feeling that it should have been the other way around. Cameron looks uncomfortable trying to be convivial. And his network, Fox, was hoping for an upbeat show, not another dose of post-apocalyptic gloom.
Curiosity drove me to the advance screening of "Dark Angel," which Cameron co-wrote and co-produced. It's been almost five years since he shot "Titanic," in which he set records for budget overages as well …