By the early 1990s, James Cameron was one of the most in-demand filmmakers on the planet while his wife, Kathryn Bigelow, established herself as an emerging cinematic voice to watch. While Bigelow was neck-deep in production of the Cameron-produced Point Break, Cameron became immersed in filming his own studio blockbuster, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which would reunite the director with the predecessor's stars, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton. Cameron would fall for Hamilton during the shoot, moving in together after filming wrapped. The rest is history: Bigelow would divorce Cameron (though they still continued on good terms as collaborators on the film Strange Days), Cameron would eventually leave Hamilton for Titanic performer Suzy Amis during the filming of that picture, and Bigelow would become the first woman to win the Academy Award for Best Director. Who did she defeat for such a prestigious honor? Her ex-husband, of course!