Following a 3D theatrical rerelease in 2012 and a Dolby Vision remastered theatrical rerelease in 2017, James Cameron's epic "Titanic" will now get an upcoming 3D, 4K (high dynamic range) and high-frame rate theatrical rerelease.
The industry trade site Deadline.com said Wednesday that Jon Landau, Cameron's producing partner and COO of Lightstorm Entertainment, made the announcement that day in Barcelona, Spain, during Disney's presentation at the trade show CineEurope. Deadline said Disney will release the visually enhanced film internationally on Feb. 10, with Paramount Pictures releasing it domestically at a date to be announced. Landau also then briefly screened a snippet of the remastered movie. Cameron has not commented publicly.
"Titanic" (1997) won 12 Academy Awards, including for best picture and best director, and despite nearly a quarter-century of inflation ranks third on the list of top-grossing films of all time, with more than $2.2 billion including the two rereleases.