Director James Cameron’s Oscar-winning classic includes over two and a half hours of new special bonus material.
The filmmaker discovered several factual errors in the years after its original release, including how the ship actually went down.
Director James Cameron and producer Jon Landau discuss the lengths they went to for this 3D conversion, which sets sail in theaters April 4.
James Cameron’s 1997 Best Picture winner will first be screened in Canada on Monday, April 2nd.
We also have a new poster for this upcoming re-release of the classic James Cameron drama.
Take a look at the infamous ship in this newly restored 3D version hitting theaters April 4
Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet return in this restored re-release of the 1997 hit film directed by James Cameron.
These free advanced screenings of James Cameron’s Best Picture winner sold out within hours of being announced yesterday.
Though the James Cameron epic put the star on the map, he would rather look to the future than the past.
James Cameron takes audiences through the process of re-releasing this timeless classic, in theaters this April.
Director James Cameron will release his 1997 Best Picture winner in a new 3D presentation on April 6, 2012.
The first trailer for this 3D version of James Cameron’s Best Picture winner will be released tomorrow.
Producer Jon Landau is also on hand to show eight 3D scenes from the 1997 blockbuster, and discuss the reasoning behind its conversion.
This new 3D release of James Cameron’s blockbuster will coincide with the 100th Anniversary of the launch of the Titanic.
The director also talks about converting ‘Titanic’ for 3D audiences.
We go 1-on-1 with the Oscar winner to discuss ‘Avatar’, ‘Titanic 3D’, the ‘Alien Prequel’, an ‘Aquaman’ movie, and more!
The Oscar winning director discusses his planned sequels to ‘Avatar’ as well as a 3D version of ‘Titanic’.
James Cameron is converting his blockbuster hit into 3D for the 100th anniversary of the ship’s sinking.
Producer Jon Landau drops some hints at what Cameron could be directing next.
James Cameron’s producer recently spoke about 3D and BD plans for the 1997 classic.