Black Eyed Peas recruit ‘Avatar’ director James Cameron for 3D tour movie

Will.I.Am assures fans 'Titantic' man's new flick will be "dope"

Black Eyed Peas have recruited Avatar director James Cameron to make a 3D tour movie.

Frontman William confirmed that the four-piece have snapped up The Terminator creator to shoot a documentary about their dates in South America.

“Right now we are planning our 3-D tour movie and James Cameron is directing it,” the singer told Vibe magazine. “We have the biggest director because we are the biggest group on the planet. The Peas are filming it in South America. People will be able to see us in the theatre with the 3D glasses and everything.


“There will be a storyline that [Cameron] came up with, which will be dope,” he added. “It’s a full-length film and it’s based around our tour activities. We’ve toured from America and Europe, to the Middle East, South America, Asia and Africa. It’s not like we go, ‘Yo, we are international, you know what I’m saying? London and Paris!’ No, that’s just two cities. We want to go across the planet.”

The 3D film is scheduled for release early next year.


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