James Cameron's iconic film Titanic returns to big screens
The film’s re-release will be coinciding to mark 25 years since it first hit the theatres in 1997
James Cameron's classic and iconic film Titanic is set to have a re-release and will be back on big screens on February 10, a few days before the Valentine's Day. The film’s re-release will be coinciding to mark 25 years since it first hit the big screens in 1997.
The makers also released a new poster and trailer of Titanic, while making the announcement. Titanic will be available in the re-mastered, 3D version.
Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the timeless love story this Valentine’s Day Weekend.
#Titanic returns to the big screen in remastered 4K 3D on February 10. pic.twitter.com/WcBFJJ8hBI— Paramount Pictures (@ParamountPics) January 10, 2023
Titanic is set predominantly in a vessel named Titanic, and follows the tragedy story of two star-crossed lovers, Jack and Ross. As they come from different socio-economic backdrop, they meet when Jack earns a ticket into the vessel and thwarts Ross’ suicide attempts. Love blossom between the two, but they are not only challenged by Ross’ family but also the sinking ship, which leaves them stranded between the ocean and their fates. The film is inspired from the RMS Titanic shipwreck.
The film boasted the cast of Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, along with Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Frances Fisher, Bernard Hill, Jonathan Hyde, Danny Nucci, and others. Titanic went on to become one of commercially successful Hollywood films and bagged 11 Academy Awards. The film also was the first to reach a billion dollar mark and remained highest grossing film of all time, until James' Avatar made its way to the top in 2010.