Saturday, March 24, 2012

Titanic in 3D

The 100th anniversary of the maiden voyage of RMS Titanic will see the re- release of the epic adventure film Titanic but differently in a three dimensional way with the water entering right into our eyes.

The movie starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as a lead pair. The movie Titanic  was directed by James Cameron and was produced jointly by himself and Jon Landau. The movie got ravishing positive reviews from the critics in all parts of the world. 
The movie was nominated for fourteen Academy awards and bagged eleven of it including Best Film, Best Director. The list includes Best Cinematography,Best Costume Designer, Best Sound, Best Visual Effects, Best art Direction ,Best Editing, Best Sound Effects, Best original Dramatic Score, Best Original Song.

The Film was made on a whopping budget of $200 million. The movie grossed  $1,843,201,268 from all parts of the world.

With 3D in play, the last hour of the movie should especially be perfect for viewers as the sinking of the ship starts as soon as the Titanic hits an Iceberg and the water slowly enters into the ship. The ship gets slowly immersed under the sea and in the epic climax where the ship gets raised by 90 degrees in the air and breaks into two halves  would be the scenes, worth watching in the 3D format.

James Cameron who is  keen on every move he makes for the movie is the only reason for the grand success of the movie . He had mentioned in an interview that he was always by the side of the Technicians who were converting the 2D scenes  into 3D which many of the Directors normally won't do. He also mentioned that 3D conversion of many films is done by the Film technicians without the presence of the corresponding  movie Directors.

So readers who are keen for a disastrous ride in the RMS Titanic wait until 5th April this year and get ready to go under the Atlantic.

TITANIC(3D) - 2012
Releasing date :Apr 5, 2012
Language :English
Genre :Romance
Starring :Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane , Kathy Bates, Frances Fisher, Gloria Stuart, Bill Paxton, Bernard Hill, David Warner
Director :James Cameron
Length :3 hrs 14 mins
Writer :James Cameron

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