The Titanic 3D Poster Is Almost Perfect, But Not Quite

Kelly Conaboy | November 15, 2011 - 3:35 pm

As we all know, there are only 143 days until the re-release of James Cameron’s Titanic in 3D on April 6th, 2012. “AHHHH!” Right? That “AHHHH!” was supposed to be pictured as a frazzled woman with googly eyes waving her hands in the air, both due to excitement and the fact that there is NOT a lot of time left to plan out how she’s going to celebrate the release. AHHHH indeed, lady! If it helps any of you, I’m going to be throwing a pretty big party where you have to dress up as either Jack or Rose or any of the other characters, but it HAS to be obvious who are you or you won’t get into the party, and I’m going be serving ice cubes as an hors d’oeuvre, and there are going to be a million television screens and they’re all going to be playing Titanic, and as soon as you get there you have to pick a seat (there are going to be lots of seats) and watch one of the screens. After you finish your screening of the movie, you have to find me at the party and talk to me about the movie for somewhere around 30 minutes, and part of the discussion must be what you think seeing the movie in 3D is going to be like. Right when my guests think the party has ended, I will surprise them with the knowledge that we are all going to be leaving immediately to stand in line for the first local screening of Titanic 3D!!!! It will be a surprise because the movie won’t be coming out for a whole other week. No one will see it coming and it will go down in history as the greatest Titanic party of all time. Feel free to take any of my ideas and use them on your own, but not if you know me. If you know me (Gabe) you can just wait for your invite.

Anyway, what? OH! So, the poster for the 3D release of Titanic was released today. And it is BOOOOORING! Listen, we’re all SUPER excited for the 3D release of Titanic anyway (only 143 days away) so it wouldn’t take a lot to get us all excited about the poster but COME ON. I can hardly tell it’s going to be in 3D at all! But don’t worry, I fixed it.

Much better! Now we really know what we’re getting ourselves into. SEE YOU AT MY PARTY! (Via ONTD.)