James Cameron, Kate Winslet Attend “Titanic” 3D Premier In London

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The 3D version of one of the highest-grossing movies of all time,  the 1997 drama “Titanic”, debuted in London, so it’s no wonder its star actress and director came out in London to see the final product.

It will be available in British theaters throughout April, coinciding with the 100-year anniversary of the Titanic’s doomed maiden voyage from England’s Southampton in April 1912.

Although Leonardo DiCaprio was absent from the premier due to filming commitments, Kate Winslet joked that she would rather look away than see herself nude in 3D, and James Cameron arrived fresh from descending seven miles (11 1/4 kilometers) below the surface of the Pacific to the deepest place on Earth.

“One of the reasons I made Titanic was that I was fascinated by deep sea exploration,” he said. “It was an opportunity to dive in a submarine very deep at that time.”

Source: Washington Post

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