by Kevin Jagernauth
November 16, 2011 2:39 PM 7 Comments
The second highest grossing movie of all time, winner of 11 Academy Awards and the movie that launched the careers of Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, this is no denying that James Cameron's "Titanic" was as big as the iceberg that sunk the fabled ship. And now, on the 15th anniversay of the movie's release and the 100th anniversary of the ship's maiden (and final) voyage, "Titanic" is wading back into theaters, this time in 3D.
Painstakingly converted by Cameron -- with footage showed off earlier this year to select folk who largely gushed about what the new format is supposedly bringing to the movie -- it's still the same "Titanic" you know and love/loathe, with 3D doing nothing to erase that awful Celine Dion song. The real question is whether or not audiences will tolerate those clunky glasses for a movie that runs over three hours long, but they'll most likely be too busy crying into their commemorative buckets of popcorn to care.
"Titanic 3D" will sail into your local multiplex on April 6, 2012 and probably make Jim Cameron a bajillion more dollars. Trailer and new poster below. [Facebook; embed via ComingSoon]