In celebration of its 25th anniversary, the remastered version of James Cameron’s ‘Titanic’ will be re-released to various cinemas on February 10th.
The 3 hour and 15 minute cinematic phenomenon will be screened in 3D 4K HDR with high-frame rate, giving the 1997 film a fresh new vision to retell the now historic story.
Cameron further sedimented his role in the film industry through this movie, having won 11 Academy Awards in 1998 and holding No.1 box office spot for 15 straight weeks.
The film earned $2.2billion worldwide and became the highest-grossing movie of all time until 2009’s Avatar – also directed by Cameron.
We’re hoping that this return to the big screen is something Maltese cinemas consider, being a move that can not only boost ticket sales but also give the perfect valentine’s date idea for couples on the island.
This comes as the sequel to Avatar, ‘The Way of Water’ takes the number one spot at the domestic box office for the fourth consecutive week. It brought in $45 million in North American ticket sales, and becoming the seventh biggest movie in history worldwide.
Cameron is planning to move ahead with the success as he plans on releasing at least 2 more sequels to the block buster.