"Titanic" will be released again in China. What's known about the release.

"Titanic" will be released again in China. What's known about the release.
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The legendary film "Titanic" directed by James Cameron will be released again in China in honor of the 25th anniversary of its premiere. Chinese viewers will have the opportunity to watch the picture in all modern formats, including 3D 4K HDR, and a version that will include "premium components," according to the official press release. It is scheduled to premiere on April 3, 2023.
Note that China is a huge market for James Cameron's films. The original release of "Titanic" in April 1998 brought in $44 million.
In April 2012, the 3D version already grossed another $145 million, setting a series of records. Cumulative receipts to date in China are estimated at $189 million. Recall also that most recently "Avatar 2: The Way of the Water" earned a total of $246 million in this market.
Globally, "Avatar 2: The Way of the Water" surpassed "Titanic" in late February to become the third highest-grossing film project in history. The sequel had grossed $2.298 billion worldwide at the time of publication of this post, which means it was about $40 million away from Titanic.
The re-release of "Titanic" earlier this year grossed about $61 million at the worldwide box office. You can watch the trailer for "Titanic" as well as learn more about the film at this link .
How many Oscar awards has "Titanic" won?
The film won a total of 11 Academy Awards out of a possible 14.
Who starred in the movie Titanic?
Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Frances Fisher, Gloria Stewart, Bill Paxton, Bernard Hill and other actors starred.