Titanic-Hotel-Belfast-ButtonThe RMS Titanic sank on April 15, 1912, and its demise changed the world forever. For many people, which included survivors of the disaster, the ship sinking was such a shock that is signaled the beginning of the 20th century.  The world was not the same after the biggest ship in the world went down, and places where it was built, like Belfast, Ireland, saw the 15 thousand men who built the beautiful ship, literally weeping that something they poured their heart and soul into was suddenly gone. Belfast was never the same after the Titanic sank, but now, over 100 years later, there are a lot of reasons for this city to hold its head up and be proud. The Titanic Belfast Museum opened back in 1912, two weeks before the 100th anniversary of the RMS Titanic sinking, and now there is another reason to head to Belfast.  The Titanic Hotel has finally opened, and in its first week alone, it was sold out. [click to continue…]

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Titanic shipWhen it comes to movies, there are certain categories that people want to see. A lot of people love to go to the theaters to escape, and they want to be very entertained. One of the most famous directors in the world is James Cameron, and he has a reputation for making some of the best movies in the world. However, back in the 1990′s, when Cameron had the idea for an ice-inspired movie, everyone in Hollywood thought he was wanting too much in terms of money. After all, the whole idea of studies funding films is to make a profit, and the buzz in Hollywood made Cameron’s movie seem like a pipe dream. Though despite all the bad press, James Cameron used an outline to persuade two studios to fund his ice project movie, and it turned into the biggest movie ever. The name of James Cameron’s ice project was Titanic, and coming up is on its 20th anniversary. Here are more fun behind-the-scene facts about Titanic. [click to continue…]

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titanic-final-copyJames Cameron’s movie Titanic will soon be turning two decades old, and in that time, though it has passed, the movie is just as popular as it was when it was first released in 1997. Fans today continue to adore the movie, and it is one of the most popular movies viewed on pay streaming services like Hulu and Netflix. To continue with the celebration of such a milestone for such an amazing and beloved film, here is part of one three posts dedicated to behind-the-scenes movie of Titanic. [click to continue…]

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titanic-new-movie-soundtrackThe year 2017 is closely ticking to a close, there are some important dates coming up. One of the most important anniversaries coming up is the 20th anniversary of the famous movie, directed and written by James Cameron, Titanic. The movie first came out December 19, 2017, and this December will be two decades since the movie came out and basically changed the movie world, and the real world, as well.  When the movie was filming, there were a lot of stories about the filming, and its huge budget of $200 million dollars was unheard of , and everyone expected the movie to fail on a huge scale. No movie in the history had ever had such a massive budget, and the odds were against the movie being successful due to issues that occurred during filming. However, James Cameron, and the movie’s very talented cast, proved everyone on, and when Titanic was released, it broke box office records, and some of them remain to this day.  Here are more reasons why Titanic is still the greatest movie ever even after 20 years. [click to continue…]

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Titanic Movie Poster DIn December of 2017, which is only months away, the James Cameron super movie Titanic will be celebrating its 20th anniversary. From 1997 to 2009, Titanic was the biggest movie ever, until Avatar, which us another James Cameron movie, was released and replaced it. However, despite the fact Titanic made over one billion dollars at the box office, there are still some people that have never seen it. What are some good reasons to watch Titanic? Here is a list below of why this 1997 film not only was the biggest movie ever for a dozen years, but also why it is loved by millions of fans around the world to this day. [click to continue…]

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Titanic Turns 20 – Kate Winslet and What the Titanic Movie Taught Her

July 24, 2017

For all of those millions of people that loved the 1997 movie Titanic,  and catapulted it to the biggest movie ever for 12 straight years, 2017 celebrates the 20th anniversary of the iconic movie. In celebration of this amazing movie, that has stood the test of time, there will be a series of posts celebrating such […]

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Titanic Turns 20 – Movie Mistakes You Never Noticed – Part Two

July 17, 2017

Back in the 1990′s, famous Hollywood director, James Cameron, had already made a name for himself working on such movies as Terminator and Aliens. However, Cameron was looking for a new project, and images of icebergs, combined with his fascination for the RMS Titanic made the choice for his next movie obvious. The tragic sinking of the Titanic back […]

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Titanic Turns 20 – Movie Mistakes You Never Noticed – Part One

June 30, 2017

The biggest movie in the world from 1997 to 2009 was Titanic directed by James Cameron. The movie had already made headlines due to the fact the budge was over $200 million dollars, which was the biggest budget ever for any movie, and everyone around the world waited for the movie to fail. There were also […]

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Shocking Titanic Facts – Part Two

June 23, 2017

In 1912, when the RMS Titanic left Southampton, England, hundreds of people had showed up on the dock to watch it sail away. However, just as the Titanic started to move, something other than the ship itself got the attention of everyone who had turned out to witness the biggest ship leaving for New York City.  It was […]

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Shocking Titanic Facts – Part One

June 16, 2017

The RMS Titanic set sail from Southampton, England, back in 1912. The first four days, the voyage was going just great, the best time many of the passengers have ever had, but all of that came to an abrupt end on the 14th of April. On the night of April 14, 1912, at 11:40 pm, the ship […]

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Jennie Hanson – Titanic Survivor Had Second Brush with Death

May 31, 2017

When the greatest ship in the world, the RMS Titanic set sail from Southampton, England, on April 10, 1912, there were 2,228 people on board her heading to New York City. The people from all three classes, that lined her fancy decks, had no idea they were sailing into history.  Four days into Titanic‘s maiden voyage, the […]

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