Titanic, which won 11 Oscars 26 years ago, will be back on TV this Saturday (10), at the Supercine, two days before the Valentine’s Day festivities. To warm up the hearts of those in love, we’ve broken down some curiosities about the movie that stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson and Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater.
Produced by film director James Cameron, the film’s protagonists’ love story is a work of fiction that contains the background to the real sinking of the RMS Titanic, during its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York in the United States, on April 15. From 1912.
In February of this year, the nominee for 14 Oscars and winner of 11 statuettes, including Best Picture and Best Director, returned to the big screen in 3D and 4K, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the debut in 1997, which had total fund. Office grossed $2.2 billion, becoming the first film to gross over $1 billion worldwide.
Titanic returns to theaters for its 25th anniversary
The wreck of the Titanic has long been a subject of curiosity to people and researchers around the world. Recently, stunning 3D footage from the Titanic showed the dead’s shoes, champagne bottles, and staircases depicted in the 1997 James Cameron movie – where Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet) met. The sightings were released in May and could reveal one of the wreck’s biggest mysteries: the collision with the iceberg.
A digital scan of the Titanic is showing unprecedented detail and could reveal the iceberg theory
Digital scanning of the Titanic has revealed amazing stories. Artificial intelligence has shown that there are still unopened champagne bottles, shoes and other items at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean – 400 miles south of Canada – where the shipwreck is. However, last week, a new element was identified on the sea floor. It is a gold necklace. Next to the appendix, you can also see a prehistoric shark tooth.
Titanic: A gold necklace was found next to a prehistoric shark’s tooth; look
Production of the blockbuster movie began in 1996, when Cameron filmed the actual wreck of the Titanic. Modern scenes were filmed at the time Academician Mstislav Keldysha Russian research vessel that Cameron used as a base for photographing the wreck.
During filming, a replica of the ship was built in Playas de Rosarito, Mexico, with miniatures and computer graphics used to recreate the wreck. At the time, the iconic Titanic was the most expensive feature film ever made, with a budget of nearly $200 million.