Titanic, the epic romantic disaster film directed by James Cameron, is getting a remastering to celebrate its 25th anniversary. According to Deadline magazine, Titanic will be re-released on February 10th, 2023. It will be in 3D, 4K and HDR.
At the CineEurope presentation in Barcelona, Jon Landau, co-producer and COO of Lightstorm Entertainment, showed off a 3D look at the remastered version. The presentation was a tease of something big coming from James Cameron.
Avatar is currently the highest-grossing movie of all time, and it is set to receive a remastering too. According to reports, the remastering will include a high frame rate remaster, which means the movie will be presented in a higher resolution than ever.
As a result, the images will be more vibrant and a wider dynamic range will be employed to give the images a more lifelike quality. Other than the high frame rate, the remastering will also include a few other features.
On the international front, Titanic is expected to be re-released on February 10th, twenty-five years after its original release. This date is a great way to celebrate the anniversary of the film’s debut.
For the first time, the film will be available in 3D, 4K and HDR. In addition, the remaster will be made available in theaters.
Earlier this year, Disney announced that the company’s most recent film, Avatar, would be remastered and re-released in September. In April, the studio announced that the sequel, Avatar: The Way of Water, would be remastered as well.
On the domestic front, Paramount Pictures has purchased the rights to the film and is now expected to set a release date. After the remaster is released, the film will be available to watch on Paramount Plus and Disney Plus.
Originally released in 1997, Titanic quickly became a box office sensation, grossing over $2.2 billion worldwide. Even more, it won a record 11 Oscars. The film’s story revolved around the romance between Jack and Rose.
Titanic is a classic example of a movie that continues to hold audiences’ attention and captivate them. If you haven’t seen the film before, you can check out the original version on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, and YouTube.
The iconic film “Titanic” will be re-released in cinemas next year, on the occasion of the film’s 25th anniversary. Jon Landau, the COO of Lightstorm Entertainment and long-time producing partner of James Cameron, announced the news at the Disney CineEurope presentation in Barcelona.
Titanic is a legendary love story that has captured the hearts of viewers around the world. It is an epic action-packed romance that combines fictional elements with accurate historical details. This time around, the movie will be remastered for the big screen and released in 3D.
Titanic is a heart-breaking story of two lovers who meet aboard the RMS Titanic. While on board, the ship becomes stranded in a life threatening situation. Kate Winslet plays the role of Rose DeWitt Bukater and Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jack Dawson.
In addition to a re-release, “Titanic” will also be getting a 4K HDR remastering. The process will improve the clarity and dynamic range of every image. A wider dynamic range allows for more contrasted and brighter images.
Titanic first hit theaters in 1997 and has earned more than 2.2 billion dollars worldwide. Over the course of its history, the movie has won 11 Academy Awards and remains one of the highest-grossing films of all time.
After receiving the film’s domestic rights, Paramount is expected to release the movie in February. However, it’s still unclear when that will be. According to Deadline, the movie will be hitting the screens on Valentine’s Day.
Fans of the original movie will be pleased to learn that the movie will be available to watch on Disney Plus, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, and Paramount+. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can watch the original on YouTube.
James Cameron is set to release the remastered version of Titanic on the 25th anniversary of the movie’s release. Although this is not the only Cameron movie that is getting a remaster, this is the first that’s been announced.
Titanic will be re-released internationally on February 10, 2023. The film will be available in high frame rate (HFR) and in theaters in 3D and 4K HDR.