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Titanic Preview

Mar 30, 2012

If you are too young to have seen Titanic the first time around, check it out in 3-D starting April 4th. It's got something for everyone, action galore a great love story and Leo DiCaprio at his cutest!

Experience it like never before in 3D and IMAX Titanic- coming to theaters April 4, 2012.

 Kate Winslet plays Rose DeWitt Bukater and Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jack Dawson in TITANIC. Kate Winslet plays Rose DeWitt Bukater and Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jack Dawson in TITANIC.Courtesy of Paramount Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox

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Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio discuss a scene with Writer/Director/Producer/Editor James Cameron in TITANICKate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio discuss a scene with Writer/Director/Producer/Editor James Cameron in TITANICCourtesy of Paramount Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox

Kate Winslet plays Rose DeWitt Bukater and Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jack Dawson in TITANICKate Winslet plays Rose DeWitt Bukater and Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jack Dawson in TITANICCourtesy of Paramount Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox

illy Zane plays Cal Hockley in TITANICBilly Zane plays Cal Hockley in TITANICCourtesy of Paramount Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox

 

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