I don’t know who Matt Morgan is.
I don’t even know what he does, and I never will.
But I do know that when it comes to the most powerful men in Hollywood, he is an icon.
Morgan, the man who created the character of the Mad Hatter, and his legions of loyal fans are known as the Mad Muppet Army.
When he was a young man, he wrote scripts to film the original Star Wars trilogy.
Morgan had a vision: he wanted to make a movie that would change how movies were made.
So he started writing his own scripts, and they became one of the first big franchises of the 70s.
When the original trilogy came out, Morgan was the star.
It was the year the Star Wars reboot was released.
And Morgan had such a huge impact on Hollywood, his name was synonymous with Star Wars.
But when the new trilogy came around, his career began to unravel.
He was nowhere to be found, and he lost a legion of fans.
Morgan was forced to retire after the last film, Return of the Jedi, which was released in 2015.
He never regained the star status he once had.
And that’s when the world lost another icon: James Cameron.
Morgan and Cameron were both born in 1954, and their careers were born in different places.
Morgan worked for a movie studio and Cameron started working as an actor.
Both had a similar talent for writing and directing movies.
Morgan’s career took off, but Cameron’s was much more commercially successful.
Cameron started his career in the early 70s with the science fiction action movie Blade Runner, and it was in that movie that Cameron first introduced his style of directing.
The next year, he went to direct Blade Runner 2, the sequel to the first movie, and this time, he also won an Oscar.
It seemed that his first hit was on track to be even bigger.
Then, in 1984, the first Blade Runner sequel, The Terminator, was released, which brought the film to the big screen.
It had a more cinematic feel than the first film, and was also an Oscar-winning film.
Cameron’s first movie hit theaters in 1984 and earned a total of $1.5 billion.
That movie, however, didn’t win the Oscar for Best Picture.
Cameron won the Best Director award, but he lost out to director Roland Emmerich.
After losing the Oscar, Cameron and Emmericy were left to sort through the wreckage.
Emmericich had been cast in the role of the hero in The Terminator after the first one had been won.
Cameron was a bit surprised to learn that Cameron had lost the Oscar.
Cameron said, “I think we’ve all been hoping for this moment, but it never came.
I’m not saying that the movie’s been perfect, but we have a pretty solid story.”
Cameron said that he didn’t really care what Emmerict was doing in the movie, which made Emmerics response even more confusing.
“The Terminator” was not the first time that Cameron was cast in a movie he was directing.
In 1991, he was cast as an alien in Alien, which became his first win for Best Cinematography.
He won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1996, and a Golden Globe for Best Director in 1997.
And in 2000, Cameron won another Golden Globe, for Best Direction for The Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
The year after that, Cameron returned to directing Alien 3, which he was also nominated for Best Sound Mixing for.
He took that win for the second time in 2002.
Cameron didn’t have a success story like Emmerchich did in Blade Runner or Blade Runner: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, and the rest of his career was a total failure.
He died on March 21, 2019, at the age of 89.
He left behind a huge legacy.
Cameron has been a big part of the success of a lot of movies over the years.
And he was probably best known for his work in the original Terminator.
It’s one of my favorite movies.
And the fact that he’s gone is really sad.
I wish he could go back and do a better job of making something else, because that’s what he loves to do, so I hope he does.