He is a bestselling author ("Eight Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter," "A Dog's Purpose," "A Dog's Journey") who found himself in the middle of a global controversy. Bruce Cameron and his actress/ screenwriter wife Cathryn Michon received death threats over unfounded allegations a German Shepherd was abused on the set of the movie adaptation of his novel "A Dog's Purpose." An independent investigation found a videotape released online, by alleged animal rights activists, had been edited heavily and that no on-set abuse occurred.

The movie's premiere was cancelled for safety reasons, but the film has just been released on DVD with People Magazine calling "A Dog's Purpose" a "must-watch."

FOX's Jane Metzler talks with Cameron about the movie, and his two new books coming out in the coming days, that may also make it to the big screen: "A Dog's Way Home" and "A Dad's Purpose."

Listen to the interview with Cameron below:

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