James Cameron’s Titanic is getting a fresh remaster and a fresh cinema release too: it’ll be heading back to cinemas early in 2023.

Disney has announced that James Cameron’s Titanic is to return to cinemas again early next year, as part of the celebrations for the film’s 25th birthday.

The movie, that for some time was the biggest of all time – at least until Cameron went off and made another film – ended up being a co-production between Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox. Paramount holds US rights, Disney has long since bought Fox and controls the film elsewhere on the planet. The pair have earmarked February 10th 2023 as the date for the film to head back out onto the big screen.

What’s more, it’s been remastered again. This time we’ll be getting a version in 3D (as we’ve seen before), in 4K HDR, and presented in high frame rate.

Cameron of course has his new film, Avatar: The Way Of Water, in cinemas this Christmas, and the first Avatar movie is getting a re-release in September as well.

Hopefully, this all means it’s just a matter of time before Piranha II: The Spawning also finally gets the 3D, 4K, HDR and HFR treatment it so clearly deserves.

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