On April 14th 1912 it's 100 years since the RMS Titanic struck the iceberg on that fateful night and plunged to the bottom of the North Atlantic ocean just 2 and a half hours later. To remember those lives lost there are going to be many exhibitions across the world, particularly in the UK and the USA. There are also sure to be an increase in documentaries and movies about the Titanic shown during that time. One such movie is going to be James Cameron's "Titanic". Titanic is just one of many films made and released about the RMS Titanic, in addition to those others released about her sister ship, the HMHS Britannic.
Titanic the movie was released back in 1997 and was a big hit at the time, now the film has been remastered for 3D digital cinema screens. The movie is set to be the best 3D movie experience since Avatar was released a few years back.
Since the release of the very early 3D movies more and more of the big name directors such as Spielberg, Jackson and Cameron have been taking films to new levels, previously un-achievable in old style cinema.
The Titanic movie will offer some fantastic special effects and bring the story of the Titanic and it's characters to life.
Titanic will be released just 6 days before the anniversary of the Titanic's sinking on April 6th 2012. The film will be available across all major cinema screens as well as being available on the big big screen in IMAX. Cameron has said that 2D versions of the film will also be available, new digital enhancements will even offer improvements there.
I for one will have my seat booked in gold class ready to see the new version of this great movie in April. A preview of the movie can be seen in the trailer below: