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Starring Leonardo DiCaprio Kate Winslet Billy Zane Kathy Bates Frances Fisher Gloria Stuart Bernard Hill Victor Garber Danny Nucci Bill PaxtonStudios20th Century FoxParamount PicturesLightstorm EntertainmentDistributed byParamount PicturesDirected, written and produced byJames Cameron
BRIEF Built at Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, UKHISTO For the White Star LineRY The largest passenger ship of its time Atlantic voyage from Southampton to New York City Disaster struck when it hit an iceberg and killed 1517 passengers
SYNOPSIS “I’m the King of the world!”A team of treasure hunters explore the wreck of JackRMS Titanic for the lost necklace Heart of the DawsonOcean.Rose DeWitt Buckater revealed her trueidentity to the hunters and told the story of therecovered picture.The flashback starts with the scene on theship, a day prior to the sinking.She retells the story about her romanticrelationship with Jack Dawson, and her ordealduring the sinking of Titanic.Jack didn’t survived the sinking, and Rosecontinued leading a good life, as a fulfillment toJack’s wishes.Coming back to 1996, she was shown secretlythrowing away the lost necklace that she hadkept all these while, to the ocean.
MAINCASTS JACK DAWSONportrayed byLeonardo Rose DeWitt Bukaterportrayed by DiCaprio Kate Winslet Penniless. Dislikes her fiancé. Fell in love with Rose. Tried to commit suicide before Jack Subject of jealousy by Rose’s fiancé. intervened. Helped Rose to survive the sinking, but he Survived the sinking, and lived on a full life. perished.
Caledon Nathan "Cal" Hockley Rose Dawson Calvert Brock Lovett Rose’s fiancé Rose in 1996 The treasure hunterCaledon Nathan "Cal" Hockley portrayed by Billy ZaneRose Dawson Calvert portrayed by Gloria StuartBrock Lovett portrayed by Bill PaxtonFabrizio De Rossi portrayed by Danny NucciLizzy Calvert portrayed by Suzy Amis
PRODUCTIONS250 “ We wanted this to be a definitive visualization of this moment in history as if you’d gone back in a time machine and shot it ” James Cameron.200 Titanic150100 Waterworld Real Titanic shipwreck filmed on top of Akademik50 Mstislav Keldysh, a 0 science exploration ship. Most expensive film as of 2000 (in million) Uses the best CGI effects of its time developed by Digital Domain. Life-size replica of RMS Titanic was constructed at FOX Studio, Playas de Rosarito, Mexico.
EXHIBITION“ Two studios had had to combine to share the Titanic released was on September 1998 for later 1great load of its making ” James Cameron. home theatres, in VHS, laserdisc and DVD format. Cinema release was US TV scheduled on 25 July Rights is 1997, but due to post- currently production and effects delays, Paramount held by NBC pushed back the release and HBO. date to December 19, 1997. Paramount Pictures holds the distribution rights in the US, buying the rights at $65 million. 20th Century Fox holds the rights for international distribution.
DISTRIBUTI Prints and advertising market cost totalledON $20,000,000. Worldwide video, DVD & rentals garnered $1,200,000,000. Television rights stands at $55,000,000. Titanicremains the highest grossing film for 12 years, until Avatar surpassed it in
Top 10 Weekend Chart Record “ It is flawlesslyDate Gross Theatres Per Theatre Total Gross crafted, intelligently2/ 13/ 1998 $32,876,424 3,002 $10,952 $402,561,881 constructed, strongly acted, and2/ 6/ 1998 $23,027,838 2,956 $7,790 $376,270,721 spellbinding...movies like this1/ 30/ 1998 $25,907,172 2,853 $9,081 $337,355,6661/ 23/ 1998 $25,238,720 2,771 $9,108 $308,100,203 are not merely difficult to make1/ 16/ 1998 $30,010,633 2,767 $10,846 $274,599,886 at all, but almost impossible to make well ”1/ 9/ 1998 $28,716,310 2,746 $10,458 $236,745,0031/ 2/ 1998 $33,315,278 2,727 $12,217 $197,881,81312/ 19/ 1997 $28,638,131 2,674 $10,710 $128,638,131 . Roger Joseph Ebert, film critic and screenwriter $8,658,814 number1for15 on its international consecutive gross of premiere, and weeks in the $28,638,131 United States $1,248,025 over the opening and Canada. ,607. weekend. Won 4 Grand total revenue of $1,843,201,268 Golden Globes, and many other guild awards. worldwide.
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