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Titanic: 3D movie meets historical underwater mystery

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At the 100th anniversary of the the Titanic’s historic sinking is commemorated in 2012 by the re-release of the popular movie in 3D (the movie review) about thos events. Here’s a look at actors Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio then and now. The anniversary also brings up lots of opportunities to check out the real-life artifacts of Titanic brought up from underwater. There is also lots of interest in James Cameron’s dive to the bottom of the sea.


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