Posts tagged Titanic
Forget 3D, Is 4D Set For Our Cinema Screens?

True 3D may well still be settling into mainstream cinema – the likes of Prometheus, Avengers Assemble and The Amazing Spider-Man continue to push the format forward – but the cinematic big-screen experience may not stop there. Because according to the LA Times, the format known as ‘4-D’ may just be around the corner and it’s going to be big.

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Titanic Replica ‘Titanic II’ Proposed, Boasting “State-Of-The-Art Tech” And Luxury In Equal Measure

Its maiden voyage was one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in history, taking the lives of over 1,500 souls. But the story of the ill-fated cruise liner Titanic has seemingly not dissuaded one Australian billionaire to cash-in on the ship’s image, instead proposing to the press yesterday plans to build a high-tech replica of the ship. The announcement comes just weeks after the Titanic’s centennial.

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Film Review: Titanic 3D

A pioneer of the resurgence in 3D, James Cameron's dedication to the format can simply not be under-estimated. Having been the driving force behind the technology in Avatar's decade-spanning journey to our screens – which went on to gross £2.7 billion at the box office, the biggest in history by quite a margin – Cameron has spent the last year braving the waters in supervising the most ambitious 2D-to-3D conversion ever seen, in bringing his very first billion dollar movie back to the big screen where it belongs.

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Editorial: 3D retrofitting. A Sinking Ship?

This week, Avatar and Terminator 2: Judgment Day director James Cameron invited specialist press to a special 15-minute demo screening of his latest project, Titanic 3D. Cameron, who has been an advocate of the move to 3D ever since Pandora was but a whisper of an idea, follows Pixar (the Toy Story trilogy) and Disney (The Lion King 3D) in bringing the 3D treatment to his 1997 box-office juggernaut.

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