Two decades after playing the legendary Wisconsin artist and philosopher Jack Dawson in James Cameron’s 1997 stunning biopic Titanic, Leonardo DiCaprio has been cast in the title role in Leonardo Da Vinci, based on Walter Isaacson’s upcoming biography of the same name.
If you are not a billionaire or mid-tier millionaire, please skip to the story about Evan Rachel Wood carrying around demon-repellant, as this only concerns the extremely rich who wouldn’t mind throwing at least ten million dollars to charity sometime in the near future.
Glad you asked.
It’s a tale as old as time (to quote another song by the chanteuse this post is about): Kate Winslet, star of Titanic, does not enjoy hearing Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On,” love theme of Titanic. In 2012, Winslet told MTV News that the song made her feel “like throwing up.” She then clarified: “No, I shouldn’t…
In case the heart wrenching spectacle of Cher singing “Believe” live at the Billboard Music Awards wasn’t enough to get you to actually tune in this year, the show runners have another Vegas-approved diva who will be taking the stage.
Almost every letter from the Titanic probably arrived coated in a fine layer of irony; however, nothing quite matches the ones where somebody describes their fine surroundings and says that everybody misses you and was so sorry you couldn’t come.
I love you, The Weeknd.
Beloved Emmy-winning actor Bill Paxton died at 61 on Sunday due to complications from surgery, People reports.
James Cameron, the man responsible for my favorite movie of all time, has decided to comment on a 5-year-old episode of Mythbusters in which the show’s team of scientists and mathematicians claimed that both Rose DeWitt-Bukater Calvert Dawson and her third class piece of ass Jack Dawson could have fit on that damn…
On April 19, 1912, a subcommittee of the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee held hearings on the sinking of the RMS Titanic in the newly built Kennedy Caucus Room of the Russell Senate Office Building. In the same room, 107 years later, Sen. Jeff Sessions is facing questioning from the Senate Judiciary Committee to be…
In a new documentary on the RMS Titanic, a journalist who has researched the topic for 30 years claims a fire that burned continuously throughout its voyage fatally weakened the ship’s hull before it hit an iceberg, blaming its sinking on fire and criminal negligence. But contrary to reports, that theory is hardly new.
It’s my pleasure to inform all of you that, after taking a hard turn far too late, Titanic has smashed into the Netflix catalogs of all American subscribers. James Cameron’s epic film about the dangers of traveling in third class (and trusting Victor Garber) is available to stream for the forseeable future on all your…
A piece about the cancellation of Netflix’s Bloodline published by Vulture Thursday afternoon revealed that each episode of the series (which is scheduled to end after its third season) cost “somewhere between” $7 and $8.5 million. Think about this for just a few seconds, and every muscle in your face will go limp: a …
Last week, Jezebel launched and shuttered the subsite Titanic.Jezebel.com, devoted to the popular James Cameron film Titanic. This is the story of how it began.
This is me, the captain, purposefully sailing it into an iceberg. I hope the death of all those aboard is speedy and painful.
Welcome to Titanic Friday. It is what it sounds like—a day to talk about the 1997 Academy Award-winning film Titanic.
At the end of the popular film Titanic (1997), Rose, the film’s protagonist, now an elderly woman, throws an expensive necklace into the ocean and then goes to bed to (apparently) die.
I did not see the 1997 Academy Award-winning film Titanic because when it first came out, my friend saw it, and said certain scenes made his pee-pee feel different. I did not want to experience anything like that.
When I was eight, I wasn’t allowed to watch Titanic, because of the sex. (Also, there’s that one scene with the frozen baby.)
At the beginning of Titanic, Jack (RIP) wins his tickets on the doomed ocean liner from a couple of Swedes named Olaf and Sven. I bet they felt pretty lucky, huh???