James Cameron has continued a long-held Hollywood tradition by congratulating Marvel Studios for its box office success with Avengers: Endgame, which recently toppled his film Titanic at the all-time box office. Endgame’s BO total currently stands at $2,272,706,419 (£1.75 billion), making it the second-highest-grossing film of all time.Only Cameron’s Avatar stands in the way now (as long as we don’t adjust for inflation) with its box office total of $2,787,965,087 (£2.14 bn), ripe to be toppled over the next few weeks.Since 1977 there has been a tradition upheld by Hollywood’s biggest directors and studios to congratulate each other when their films broke box office records.Read more: Avengers spoiler-ban liftsSteven Spielberg started it when he posted an ad celebrating his friend George Lucas after Star Wars: A New Hope beat his own movie Jaws in domestic sales of film rentals.Kathleen Kennedy and Lucasfilm recently followed suit congratulating Marvel Studios for Avengers: Infinity War earning the biggest opening weekend box office in history, a title Star Wars: The Force Awakens had held until now.Check out the slideshow to see some above to see more of the congratulatory ads and posters directors have made over the last forty years.
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The question that will probably dog director James Cameron to his death bed still has the power to baffle and mystify him.
Icebergs still appear to be a matter of deep concern to Billy Zane, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.
Celine Dion marked the 20th anniversary of the theme from Titanic in a fittingly large way at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards.
For the first time, 20 years since the classic was first released, James Cameron and others reveal their behind-the-scenes secrets.
As the Oscar-winning blockbuster nears its 20th anniversary, the director looks back at the tense studio negotiations and strategic release plan in connection with a new book on the studio head who greenlit the movie.
Well, James Cameron has got a few words for you, as well as a few more for the makers of the Discovery Channel’s ‘Mythbusters’, who once devoted a whole episode to proving it would have been possible.
The British public have voted Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You as the greatest movie song of all time. According to Metro, the huge hit single from the 1992 romantic drama ‘The Bodyguard’ beat the likes of Survivor’s Eye Of The Tiger from ‘Rocky III’, Celine Dion’s My Heat Will Go On from ‘Titanic’ and Ben E King’s Stand By Me from the film of the same name in the research, which was conducted by Samsung HW-K950 Soundbar.
After it emerged that Oscar-winner Leonardo DiCaprio had a doppelganger, he’s now made his very own acting debut in a bizarre advert for Russian television. The ad that last just under a minute, is a strange but sort of wonderful tribute to the Hollywood actor, as we see lookalike Roman Burtsev, a 33-year-old security guard, assume a role that, without making direct reference to the ‘The Revenant’ star, gives us the clear indication that we’re seeing a version Leo.
Billy Zane has no time for your beloved Hollywood romance. He’s revealed that he thinks Kate Winslet’s Rose should have stayed with his character Cal in James Cameron’s 1997 classic ‘Titanic’.
Kate Winslet has admitted that she borderline stalked and harangued James Cameron into giving her the role of Rose DeWitt Bukater in ‘Titanic’. During an interview with Rolling Stone, via Cosmopolitan, the Oscar-winning actress admitted that she felt an instant rapport to James Cameron’s script. At this point, Kate Winslet set out on her pursuit, acquiring James Cameron’s phone number from her agent, after presumably rummaging through his rubbish outside of his house first.
It’s the second-biggest film franchise of all-time and beloved by millions across the globe, but although it was nominated for 12 Academy Awards across eight movies, the Harry Potter series never won one.
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Why did Rose let Jack drown in ‘Titanic’ when there was plenty of room left on that floating door? Fans have been pointing out the spacious flotsam for years, and now Kate Winslet - who played Rose opposite Leondardo DiCaprio’s Jack - has revealed she agrees. - How Long Was Bill Murray Stuck In Groundhog Day?
It’s an often-mulled alternate ending to ‘Titanic’ - Rose helps freezing Jack up onto her bit of wood adrift in the icy North Atlantic, and they paddle off to happiness. Kate Winslet appears to be from this school of thought too. Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, she discussed the fame that the James Cameron movie has afforded her, as well as the climactic and heartbreaking final scene with her doomed co-star Leonardo DiCaprio.