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ALiTa: BaTTLe ANgel

ROBERT RODRIGUEZ explains James Cameron’s story notes breaking down his postapocalyptic world.
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Feb. 14

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When James Cameron sent Robert Rodriguez his long-shelved script for Alita: Battle Angel for a rewrite in 2015, the famously meticulous Titanic director mentioned he had some extra notes that might help. “Jim said, ‘I won’t inundate you with the

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