To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the original release of Titanic (1997) from James CameronParamount Pictures, which has the domestic distribution rights (USA), will bring it back to the big screen, while Disney’s 20th Century Studios will take over its distribution in the international market.
This is the (re)launch of a remastered version in theaters in 3D, 4K, HDR, and high frame rate, starting February 10, 2023. The official trailer was presented a few moments agowhich you find at the end of the note.
The plot, a romantic epic tells the story of Jack Dawson and Rose DeWitt Butaker, two young people who meet and fall in love aboard the RMS Titanic liner on its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York, United States, in April 1912. They belong to different classes social, they try to get ahead despite the adversities that would separate them permanently, including Rose’s fiancé, Caledon “Cal” Hockley (a wealthy man with whom she is not in love, but her mother has forced her to stay with him to guarantee a prosperous economic future) and the sinking of the ship after colliding with an iceberg.
The original premiere of Titanic It happened in December 1997 (January 1, 1998 in Mexico), staying on display for several months, becoming a box office phenomenon, and critics. It subsequently earned 14 Oscar Award nominations, winning 11 of them, including Best Picture, Director, Editing, Cinematography, Original Song (“My Heart Will Go On”), among others.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Frances Fisher, Gloria Stuart, y Bill PaxtonThey made up the cast.
Cameron took over the script and direction.
SOME CURIOUS FACTS:
- In 2012 it was re-released in theaters with a 3D version.
- Titanic is the third highest-grossing film in the global box office of all timecollecting $2.201 million dollars: $659.4 million dollars are from the domestic box office, and $1.524 million dollars from the international box office.
- Other of Cameron’s creations, Avataris the highest-grossing film of all time at the global box office, racking up $2.922 million.
Official 25th anniversary trailer: