Fans of the “Titanic” film will be able to enjoy it once again, as it will be re-released in the United States on February 10, but this time in 3D. 25 years ago the film directed by James Cameron won 11 Oscars
The film “Titanic”, directed by James Cameron and released in 1997, became a classic in film history, breaking records at the box office and also in terms of awards. Now, on the occasion of its 25th anniversary, it will be re-released on February 10 in the United States, but in a 3D version.
Through the film’s official account on Instagram, the new poster has already been released, based on the photograph that was originally used for the cover of the CD with the soundtrack of the tape. The trailer featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, protagonists of the love story that takes place in 1912, was also released on YouTube.
At the 1998 Oscars, “Titanic” swept the awards, and out of 13 nominees, it won 11: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Art Direction, Best Photography, Best Costumes, Best Editing, Best Original Score, Best Song , Best Sound, Best Sound Editing and Best Visual Effects. The film -more than three hours long- was number 1 in the box office in the United States for 15 weeks and for a long time was the highest grossing worldwide, until being surpassed by “Avatar”, a film also directed by Cameron.
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