"Titanic 3D" coming to theaters in 2012
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Published: 10/25/2010 1:15 PM
Print this article While 2012 seems a ways away, the year marks an important event for the world - the 100 year anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.
To pay tribute to the lives lost during the catastrophe, James Cameron has mentioned that he's planning on re-releasing his three-hour epic, "Titanic," in theaters once again, according to Paste Magazine. The esteemed filmmaker also made mention of transferring his cherished movie to 3D.
"We've been moving very slowly to make sure that we do it right, and we've basically gone to every single vendor who does 3D conversion," he told the news outlet.
Cameron may have the magic touch when it comes to producing critically-acclaimed films that also strike a chord with audiences. 2009's unforgettable "Avatar" was nominated for a slew of Oscars and is one of the highest-grossing movies of all time.
Still, the director may have his work cut out for him these next two years.
"It's an arbitrary length of time but it's a specific date - it's a specific date that means something to people," he told the news source.
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