James Cameron’s iconic and legendary movie Titanic will have a re-release in theatres on February 10, a few days before Valentine’s Day. The movie will be re-released to coincide with the 25th anniversary of its 1997 theatrical release. This is not the first re-release of the movie Titanic; the 3D version of Titanic was released back in 2012. Titanic, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio (Jack Dawson) and Kate Winslet (Rose Dewitt), was released on December 19, 1997, and is the third-highest-grossing film of all time. It’s the most expensive movie ever made and had a budget of $200 million. Out of the fourteen nominations, it won 11 Oscars. The movie won awards for “Best Picture,” “Best Direction,” “Best Editing,” “Best Original Song,” and more.
While making the announcement, the Titanic movie’s creators also unveiled a brand-new poster and trailer. The 3D version of Titanic, which has been remastered, has been posted on Twitter by director James Cameron, who shared the trailer video and said, “Some stories are timeless. In celebration of the 25th anniversary, please join us in experiencing Titanic in remastered 4K 3D, opening February 10th in theaters.”
James Cameron wrote, produced, and directed the American epic romance and disaster movie. The RMS Titanic disaster in 1912 is the theme of the film. Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack and Kate Winslet as Rose both appear in it. The two actors portray characters who belong to different social classes. They fell in love after meeting on the ship; the movie is based on the real wreck of the RMS Titanic. To make the film dramatic and thrilling on the big screen, Cameron made up several real incidents and added fictional characters to it.