Watching the Titanic continues being as exciting as it was the first time it was realeased in the movie theaters, making everybody cry, laugh and feel worried, and it doesn’t matter how many times you’ve watched Jack and Rose fall in love and dying for it, you’ve never seen these photos that we are about to show you.
This is where magic dies.
This movie is the most romantic EVER
Jack's character claims to have skated over the Lake Wissota, but that artificial lake, wasn't even created yet (until 1912).
The Behind the scene
On the other hand, the thing that Rose gives to Jack when he is about to draw her, has the profile of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, American president of 1933 to 1945.
The scene of the awkward dinner
Titanic won a total of fourteen nominations, as Joseph L. Mankiewicz did with All About Eve (1950), and reaped eleven statuettes, matching William Wyler's Ben-Hur' (1959) record.
The most famous staircases of all movies
Kate Winslet was nominated but didn't win the statuette (Helen Hunt took it with 'As Good as It Gets') and Leonardo DiCaprio was not even nominated, which caused a deep sorrow in the actor. From that moment, he tried to take his career very seriously and to stop being an idol for young girls.
Just in case you thought it was a real ship ...
The Titanic hosted 2,243 passengers, and only managed to rescue 705. 60% of the first class survived and 44% of the second. Only 25% of the third. There weren't enough boats, so the total of people rescued were 1,178.
Who remembers these scene?
In the story that the mother tells to her two children before the water swallows it belongs to the Irish folklore. It evokes the country of Tir na nog, which means the country of youth and eternal beauty.