James Cameron on the Re-release of 'Titanic' in 3D
James Cameron talks about the re-release of Titanic in 3D while promoting the film in Moscow, Russia.
"Most movies are about two hours long, you get to the two hour mark in Titanic and the ship hasn't even hit the iceberg yet. So what's happening for the first two hours, it's just human interaction, it's just an intimate story of a relationship developing. Well when I see the film in 3D now, I see how the 3D puts me right there with those characters and I feel the emotions strongly as a result of that so I think that people are going to find out is that 3D really enhances everything" added Cameron.
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