â€œEvery night in my dreams I see you, I feeeel youâ€¦â€ Still really sticks once it you remember the titanic of a film â€“ “Titanic”. Well next year a new crop of teenage girls will surely go crazy over the film since it is being remade into a 3D movie.
I know there would be people out there whoâ€™ll be less than enthusiastic about the news. But who cares? For girly girls like me who swooned and cried repeatedly during the countless time we saw the film back when we were in high school thereâ€™s no doubt that weâ€™ll be awaiting the 3D remake of â€œTitanicâ€. For those involved in the film whoâ€™ll be making a titanic of a paycheck again once the blockbuster comes out, we can also be sure that theyâ€™ll probably be even more excited about the return of â€œTitanicâ€. The only one I can really think of who will benefit from the film that might not be too thrilled about its return would be Leo di Caprio simply because he is sooo over the crazy attention, especially from the paparazzi, from being a huge star. Of course heâ€™s grown up a lot and should be able to handle the paparazzi thing now so maybe he isnâ€™t to averse to the idea of â€œTitanicâ€ coming back to make him the center of attention once more.
As for the actual 3D experience I am yet uncertain as to how that will pan out. Pretty sure that the once the boat starts sinking 3D aspect will make it more exciting but for the first part I donâ€™t see how itâ€™ll make much of a difference. Maybe cinemas should turn on fans (as in electric fans) during the famous â€œIâ€™m flyingâ€ scene with Jack and Rose. Now THAT would be immersive.