Titanic: 10 Behind-The-Scenes Facts About James Cameron's Epic Movie


The Film Was Initially Set To Take Sail In July 1997 But Was Delayed To Finalize The Special Effects

Up until the spring 1997, Titanic was scheduled to hit theaters over the July 4 weekend, but as the New York Times described it, the most expensive film ever made was pushed back as there was no way to fast-track the new and complicated computer effects that make up a large portion of the movie. According to the same article, pushing the movie back until the late fall of that year had a ripple effect on Hollywood after Paramount and 20th Century Fox (RIP) decided to vacate the July 2, 1997, opening date to work out the kinks in post-production.


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