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194 minutes (3 hours 14 minutes)
23rd January

Directed by


Rose Dewitt Bukater
Cal Hockley
Kathy Bates
Molly Brown
Frances Fisher
Ruth Dewitt Bukater
Gloria Stuart
Old Rose
Bill Paxton
Brock Lovett
Bernard Hill
Captain Smith
David Warner
Spicer Lovejoy
Victor Garber
Thomas Andrews
Jonathan Hyde
Bruce Ismay
Suzy Amis
Lizzy Calvert
Lewis Abernathy
Lewis Bodine
Nicholas Cascone
Bobby Buell
Anatoly M. Sagalevitch
Anatoly Milkailavich
Danny Nucci
Jason Barry
Tommy Ryan
Ewan Stewart
1st Officer Murdoch
Fifth Officer Lowe
Jonny Phillips
2nd Officer Lightoller
Mark Lindsay Chapman
Chief Officer Wilde
Richard Graham
Quartermaster Rowe
Paul Brightwell
Quartermaster Hichens
Ron Donachie
Master at Arms
Eric Braeden
John Jacob Astor
Charlotte Chatton
Madeleine Astor
Bernard Fox
Col. Archibald Gracie
Michael Ensign
Benjamin Guggenheim
Fannie Brett
Madame Aubert
Jenette Goldstein
Irish Mommy
Camilla Overbye Roos
Helga Dahl
Linda Kerns
3rd Class Woman
Amy Gaipa
Trudy Bolt
Martin Jarvis
Sir Duff Gordon
Rosalind Ayres
Lady Duff Gordon
Rochelle Rose
Countess of Rothes
Jonathan Evans-Jones
Wallace Hartley
Brian Walsh
Irish Man
Rocky Taylor
Bert Cartmell
Alex Owens-Sarno
Cora Cartmell
Simon Crane
4th Officer Boxhall
Edward Fletcher
6th Officer Moody
Scott Anderson
Frederick Fleet
Martin East
Lookout Lee
Craig Kelly
Harold Bride
Gregory Cooke
Jack Phillips
Liam Tuohy
Chief Baker Joughin
James Lancaster
Father Byles
Elsa Raven
Ida Straus
Lew Palter
Isidor Straus
Reece P. Thompson III
Irish Little Boy
Laramie Landis
Irish Little Grl
Amber Waddell
Cal's Crying Girl
Alison Waddell
Cal's Crying Girl
Mark Rafael Truitt
John Walcutt
1st Class Husband
Terry Forrestal
Chief Engineer Bell
Derek Lea
Leading Stoker Barrett
Richard Ashton
Carpenter John Hutchinson
Sean Nepita
Elevator Operator
Brendan Connolly
Scotland Road Steward
David Cronnelly
Garth Wilton
1st Class Waiter
Martin Laing
Promenade Deck Steward
Richard Fox
Steward #1
Nick Meaney
Steward #2
Kevin Owers
Steward #3
Mark Capri
Steward #4
Marc Cass
Hold Steward #1
Paul Herbert
Hold Steward #2
Emmett James
1st Class Steward
Chris Byrne
Stairwell Steward
Oliver Page
Steward Barnes
James Garrett
Titanic Porter
Erik Holland
Olaf Dahl
Jari Kinnunen
Bjorn Gunderson
Anders Falk
Olaus Gunderson
Martin Hub
Slovakian Father
Seth Adkins
Slovakian 3 Year Old Boy
Barry Dennen
Praying Man
Vern Urich
Man in Water
Rebecca Klingler
Mother at Stern
Tricia ONeil
Kathleen S. Dunn
Woman in Water
Romeo Francis
Syrian Man
Mandana Marino
Syrian Woman
Van Ling
Chinese Man
Bjrn Olsen
Dan Pettersson
Shay Duffin
Greg Ellis
Carpathia Steward
Diana Morgan
News Reporter
Titanic Orchestra
Gaelic Storm
Steerage Band
Kris Andersson
Bobbie Bates
Aaron James Cash
Anne Fletcher
Edmond Alan Forsyth
Andie Hicks
Scott Hislop
Stan Mazin
Lisa Ratzin
Julene Renee
Lorenz Hasler
I Salonisti Violin
Thomas Furi
I Salonisti Violin
Ferenc Szedlak
I Salonisti Cello
Bela Szedlak
I Salonisti Double Bass
Werner Giger
I Salonisti Piano
Brian Baines
Noble Sailor
Adam Barker
Wireless Operator Cyril Evans (Californian)
Ellie Bensinger
Tea Room Girl
Alexandra Boyd
1st Class Woman
Mike Butters
Musician / Baker
James Cameron
Steerage Dancer
Bruno Campolo
1st Class Man
Chris Cragnotti
Victor Giglio
Kevyn Currie
Titanic Crewmember
Kevin De La Noy
3rd Officer Pitman
Thomas Fiss
Douglas Spedden
Griffin Howell
1st Class Passenger / Praying Man
Sean Howse
The Promenade Steward
Samantha Hunt
Steerage Band Member
Rudy Joffroy
'Safe' Bellboy
Jeremy Bluejean Jones
Bathroom Guy
Tony Kenny
Bret Aaron Knower
1st Class Passenger / 3rd Class Passenger
George Kosty III
George Kosty Jr.
2nd Class Passenger
Geoffrey C. Kosty
Gregory Charles Kosty
Sean Lawlor
Leading Stroker Charles Hendrickson
Ted Leib
Kissing Couple
John Leonhardt
Second Class Passenger
Miguel A. Lomelin
Rich Man
Shep Lonsdale
Steerage Band Member
Don Lynch
Frederick Spedden
Johnny Martin
Rescue Boat Crewman
Ryan McClurkin
2nd Class Passenger / Engine Room Crewman
Brian McDermott
Titanic Gym Instructor Thomas McCawley
Meghan McLeod
First Class Passenger
Patrick Murphy
Steerage Band Member
Ellen O'Brien
Frozen Woman with Baby
Mike O'Neal
Engine Room Crewman
Julian Oros
Engineering Officer
Barbarella Pardo
Core extra
Phil Parlapiano
Button Accordionist
Judy Prestininzi
Praying Woman
Steven Quale
Engine Room Worker
Chuck Riley
Narrator of Theatrical Trailer
Olivia Rosewood
Mary Marvin
John Currie Slade
Ohio Man
Stephen Wolfe Smith
1st Class Dining Room Steward
Tasha Sulkowska
Pia Thrasher
First Class Passenger
Michael J. Tomaso
E-Deck Passenger
R. Gern Trowbridge
Drowning Man
Stephen Twigger
Steerage Band Member
Miguel Angel Varela Fimbres
3rd Class Youngster Without Lifesaver Jacket
Daniel Vasic
Francisco Valdez
Man Being Combed for Lice
Stephen Wehmeyer
Steerage Band Member
Peter John White
Third Officer Groves (Californian)
Lucie Zolcerova
Kissing Couple

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  1. Titanic sub dive reveals parts are being lost to sea  BBC News
  2. First images of the Titanic in 14 years show 'shocking' deterioration  Today.com
  3. First Titanic dives in 14 years reveal how the ocean floor is swallowing up the shipwreck  CNN
  4. New Titanic images show the wreck’s 'shocking' deterioration  Fox News
  5. Titanic dive reveals ‘shocking’ state of 107-year-old wreck as divers say captain’s bathtub is among iconic tr  The Sun
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Wed, 21st August 2019

Re-enact scenes from 'Titanic' and 'Star Wars' at a new movie-themed bar in Clapham  Time Out

Perhaps you're the king of the world. Maybe you're a scruffy-looking nerf-herder. Either way, this new classic movie-themed bar in Clapham will be right up your.

Wed, 21st August 2019

James Cameron movies: All 8 films ranked worst to best include ‘Titanic,’ ‘Terminator 2,’ ‘Avatar’  Gold Derby

James Cameron celebrates his 65th birthday on August 16, 2019. With three Academy Awards and some of the biggest box office champs of all time under his ...

Fri, 16th August 2019

Let Her Go, Man  The Cut

In a new documentary, a Titanic historian describes footage of the ship's decay as “shocking.” Is it, though?

Thu, 22nd August 2019

Titanic explorers' dive reveals 'shocking' state of wreck  The Guardian

First venture to the ship in 15 years finds that features have decayed completely.

Wed, 21st August 2019

'Avengers: Endgame' Has Achieved One Last Box Office Milestone  Forbes

For the first time since 1975, the biggest movie ever, in raw worldwide grosses, is not a Steven Spielberg, George Lucas or James Cameron movie.

Wed, 24th July 2019

22nd July 2019

It has taken Avengers: Endgame 13 weeks, and in that time it has broken almost every box office record, but this weekend it gets the biggest prize of all and beats Avatar to become the highest grossing movie of all time.


Avatar released in 2009 has held the honor for the last 10 years with a total gross of $2.789 Billion from its initial release and all subsequent releases but Avengers: Endgame hits a gross of $2.790 Billion this Saturday.

There was a time when it was thought the gross would never be beaten and despite the former top grossing movie Titanic getting a re-release and pushing its gross over $2 Billion and Star Wars: The Force Awakens having a good go back in 2015 neither were good enough.

There is every possibility that the total global gross will continue to grow and although it seems unlikely now who knows it could be the first film to get to $3 Billion.

Although the gross of the film has beaten Avatar the ticket sales, or adjusted for inflation as its often known as, is still a way from Avatar which would have grossed $3.273 Billion were it released today, although Gone With The Wind from 1939 is still on top of that list.

It is only a matter of time before we get the first $3 Billion film, and hence beating Avenger: Endgame but for the time being Disney and Marvel can enjoy this mighty task.

13th September 2017

This week marks a bit of a mile stone in film global grosses, Despicable Me 3 goes over $1 billion, the first of the series to do so, this means now the top 30 top global grossing movies have all grossed over $1 Billion.

The first movie to do so was Titanic back in 1998 and was the only film to do so for a long time, that film had another bite of the cherry in 2012 and its gross is now over $2 billion.

The next film to do it was The Lord of The Rings: The Return of The King in 2003, since then we have had at least one film a year do the fate.

The oldest film to go over $1 Billion is Jurassic Park from 1993, but again that had another go in 2011 which pushed it over the mark, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace similarly did the same.

To date only 3 film have gone to $2 Billion, Avatar (the top grossing movie of all time), Titanic and Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

The next milestone will be the top 50 all over a billion, which at the current rate will be some time in 2020/21, and then of course we look forward to the next Star Wars film going over the $2 Billion mark!.

20th April 2017

Producing a series best with a £14 million opening weekend Fast and Furious 8 tops the UK box office easily making more than the rest of the chart added together.

This is the first instalment without the late Paul Walker and many thought the series could not continue, but number 8 in the long running series has performed better then expected.

The £14 million opening makes it the 30th best opening ever in the UK ahead ofThe Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 and behind Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of The Sith.

After a week at the top The Boss baby falls to number 2 with £3 million bringing the films total to a rather good £16.7 million after 2 weeks.

The Handmaiden is new at number 6 with £474,752 and The Sense of an Ending is new at 10 with £329,948.

Highest total grossing movie on the chart is Beauty and The Beast with £65 million, its now the 10th top film in the UK, and the longest running film is Logan with 7 weeks.

Historical charts
A year ago
The Jungle Book hit the top of the chart on its debut while Zootopia fell to number 2.

Five years ago
Battle ship was the new film at the top of the box office while the 3D version of Titanic fell to number 2.

Ten years ago
Wild Hogs flew into the top of the box office knocking Mr. Beans Holiday down to number 2 after 2 weeks at the top.

Fifteen years ago
Bend It Like Beckham was the top new film of the week making its debut at number 1 while Blade II fell to number 3.

Twenty years ago
The special edition of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back made its debut at the top, it knocked the special edition of Star Wars to number 2.

Twenty five years ago
Hook made its debut at the top of the box office and with an all new top 3 Deceived fell to number 4.

13th June 2016

This week the Oscar winning film starring Leonardo Di Caprio, The Revenant, takes over at the top on its debut week on sale.

The film was released in the UK on 15th January this year while winning awards all over the place and with Oscar buzz galore.

On its debut week of release it managed a very respectable £5.2 million which is just about average for a film starring Leo.

His highest grossing film is of course Titanic but this is his 3rd highest grossing movie with a total Uk gross of £22.4 million.

After a number 1 debut it spent 2 more weeks at the top before a slow decent where is spent a total of 9 weeks on the UK box office.

The film is the 141st highest grossing movie in the UK and with a world gross of $531.6 is the 140th highest grossing film across the globe.

Last weeks top film, Goosebumps, fell to the runner up spot this week.

There is one other new entry on this weeks video chart, Will Smith stars in Concussion new at number 16.

8th February 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3 continues to dominate the world box office this week with a world gross of $44 million over the week, made even more impressive as its only from 8 countries.

The Jack Black voiced animated tale has now taken just shy of $200 million over its 2 week run, and with much of the world still to go it could go onto $500 million with ease.

Highest new film of the week across the world is A Violent Prosecutor, the Chinese film took $19.5 million from its single country of release, albeit the second largest cinema going country.

The Force Awakens is still pulling in the audiences in 47 countries and this week gets closer to taking over Titanic as the second highest grossing film over, its total gross is now $2.08 billion.

Here is the full World Box office this week:

  1. Kung Fu Panda 3 - $44,000,000
  2. The Revenant - $31,100,000
  3. A Violent Prosecutor - $19,500,000
  4. Star Wars: The Force Awakens - $13,890,000
  5. Alvin And The Chipmunks The Road Chip - $13,120,000
  6. Hail, Caesar! - $11,439,000
  7. The 5th Wave - $11,392,000
  8. Dirty Grandpa - $8,550,000
  9. The Hateful Eight - $8,500,000
  10. Les Tuche 2 - $8,500,000

Movie details
UK total gross

US total gross

Global total gross

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

Popular in: United Kingdom and United States

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Highest chart position: 1

Box Office Chart History