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Want to go to the World Premiere of Titanic 3D tonight? Or watch it streamed live?

Tuesday, March 27, 2012 Craig Grobler 0 Comments

Titanic 3D PremiereThis evening  I'll be going to the world Premiere of James Cameron's Titanic 3D. I know us blogger types have to maintain a healthy dose of sarcasm and a constant "oh my gosh he didn't go there" imbuing edge - to seem relevant. But pardon me while I pause my usually world weary cynicism and say that on it's release 15 years ago back in South Africa - if you had told me that one day I would be going to the world Premiere of Titanic in 3D with James Cameron and his team, at The Royal Albert Hall accompanied by the lovely young lady that would one day be my wife. Despite my quietly supreme overconfidence I might not have believed you.

I could have only understood something like that with a heavy tongue in cheek reference to the impossible fantasy scene from Back To The Future when Michael J Fox goes to the future and gets a hover-board. Or more seriously to the scene in long time James Cameron collaborator - Arnold Schwarzenegger's documentary Pumping Iron when athlete Franco Colombu is talking about the impossible dream small town Sardinians have of making a life in California (it was the 70s).

For me it's like a dream come true and in between trying to make Premiere host Alex Zane laugh on screen  I'll be pinching myself through the evening to make sure that the booms of Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien don't wake me up first.

You can read my review of James Cameron's spectacular 3D redux of Titanic over here. I'll save you some time by saying that although I'm a fan of 3D and may be biased about the magnificent redux, even if you choose to see the 2D version again. Titanic has scrubbed up very well and it is high time, now in this it's 100th year of its tragic sinking - that we revisit it on the big screen. It is as beautiful as you remember it, with the tale of Rose & Jack still the king of all.

To commemorate the World Premiere of Titanic 3D  not only, has James Cameron returned from his perilous (and well timed) solo mission to the ocean's deepest point, but 20th Century Fox are offering fans a VIP spot on the red carpet and possibly a seat at the Premiere screening. If you can't make it to the Premiere, Fox will be streaming the Red Carpet arrivals and a QA session with the Titanic team.
Following on from the announcement last week that fans will be able to stream the Titanic world premiere arrivals live online, today we can reveal that fans are also being given the chance to attend the premiere themselves.  The  special invite below can be printed by fans and presented at the entrance to gain access to a VIP pen on the red carpet with the first 100 to present the ad also gaining access to the event.  The premiere takes place on Tuesday March 27th at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Those unable to attend in person can visit www.live.titanicredcarpet.com to see a live webcast of the actors and filmmakers at this special event being held at Royal Albert Hall in London. The show will include interviews with the cast and guest celebrities, and will feature footage from the beloved film.

Viewers will be able to interact and contribute to the webcast by submitting questions and comments. Start sending questions now by visiting Titanic 3D on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TitanicMovie and Twitter (https://twitter.com/#!/titanicmovie) #titanicredcarpet for the chance to have them presented during the live broadcast.

WHERE:  http://www.live.titanicredcarpet.com    
WHEN: Tuesday, March 27th at 5:00 pm GMT (10:00 am ET)      
Click the flyer below to enlarge and then print.   

Titanic 3D Premiere
Image: Titanic 3D Fan Invite (click to enlarge & print)
Titanic release date: 6April, 2012
James Cameron's Titanic is an epic, action-packed romance set against the ill-fated maiden voyage of the R.M.S. Titanic, the pride and joy of the White Star Line and, at the time, the largest moving object ever built. She was the most luxurious liner of her era -- the 'ship of dreams' -- which ultimately carried over 1,500 people to their death in the ice cold waters of the North Atlantic in the early hours of April 15, 1912.

Video: The Establishing Shot: Remastered Titanic 3D Trailer (not in 3D) - In Cinemas 6 April

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Director:  James Cameron
Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane