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Titanic Anniversary Feature: Return to Titanic

20th Century Fox released new featurettes that shows commentary and showcase about revisiting James Cameron's classic film and conversion to 3D format.  The videos refreshes us with the good memories of this classic love story as well as the tragic and emotional facade where the film becomes famous of.  The videos also discusses the technology that we use to lack when Titanic first premiered and now is used to transform it to a film that conforms to present cinematic sensibilities.  Watch the videos after the jump.

On April 6th, 2012, precisely a century after the historic ship’s sinking and 15 years after the film’s initial theatrical release, TITANIC resurfaces in theaters in state-of-the-art 3D.

Upon its original release, TITANIC was celebrated for transporting audiences back in time, right into the belly of the R.M.S Titanic in all her glory and into the heart of a forbidden love affair entwined with the ship’s epic collision with human arrogance, nature and fate. Now, the leading edge of 3D conversion technology has allowed Oscar® winning director James Cameron to bring moviegoers the most visceral and dynamic screen experience of TITANIC yet imagined.

The artistic process of re-visualizing TITANIC in three dimensions was overseen entirely by Cameron himself, along with his long-time producing partner Jon Landau – who both pushed the conversion company Stereo D literally to unprecedented visual breadth. Cameron guided them to use the latest visual tools not only to intensify the film’s sweeping race for survival, but to reveal the power of 3D to make the film’s most stirring emotions even more personal.
I'm not really a big fan of 3D conversion so I may come to the cinemas just for the film itself.  I really miss this movie and even though it has been shown on cable several times, I will be more than excited to experience it once again in the big screen.

Returning on cinemas in April 7, 2012, Titanic 3D is from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.

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