Leonardo DiCaprio Was Not Interested In Starring In Titanic. James Cameron Opens Up.

James Camoron's words about DiCaprio is going viral on the occasion of Titanic re-release.

By Xappie Desk, January 16, 2023 11:27 IST

'Titanic' is a classic film in world cinema and one of the biggest box office hits. Directed by James Cameron, the film is one of the biggest hits of Hollywood superstar Leonardo DiCaprio's career. But the first comment DiCaprio made when he heard the script of Titanic has now been revealed by James Cameron, the director of the film.
James Cameron revealed this in an interview with People magazine. 'Leonardo DiCaprio was not interested in starring in Titanic.' James Cameron also says that Leonardo DiCaprio told him that Titanic's script was boring when he first heard it.
He later accepted the role after convincing DiCaprio that it was a challenging one. James Cameron added that he had faith in DiCaprio's ability and was not at all surprised by his initial reaction.
Leonardo DiCaprio was very reluctant to audition for Titanic. James Cameron had previously revealed that he was not at all interested.
meanwhile, makers are planning to re-release Titanic as part of the 25th anniversary of its release. But even those who have seen the film in theatres before will get a new experience. Because the film is remastered in 4K 3D. The makers have also released a new trailer for it.
The film will arrive on Valentine's Day this year. The film will hit theatres worldwide on Valentine's Day weekend, February 10. For moviegoers, the tragic love story of Jack and Rose, told in a more vivid manner, is the end.
The 1997 Christmas release was directed by James Cameron, the director of Avatar: The Way of the Wind, which is currently in theaters. The script is also his. James Cameron's tragic love poem based on a historical event has emotionally touched the hearts of audiences around the world. The film broke all the box office records that existed until then. Titanic still ranks third on the list of the world's biggest box office hits of all time, even as it approaches its 25th year of release. It remains to be seen whether the film will be promoted to that list upon re-release. This film won 11 Oscars as well.

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