Kate Winslet Goes Back to 'Titanic'

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Fifteen years after Titanic broke box office records and 100 years after the real-life disaster, the James Cameron-directed spectacle is coming back to the big screen in 3D – and Kate Winslet walked the red carpet to celebrate the film's premiere at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Kate's co-star Leonardo DiCaprio was unable to attend due to his filming commitments on Quentin Tarantino's newest movie, Django Unchained, but Kate had plenty of company in her fellow castmates Billy Zane, Frances Fisher and Bill Paxton alongside Cameron.
Cameron also took the opportunity to talk about his recent record-setting deep-sea excursion, humankind's first solo dive to the deepest point of the earth, the Mariana Trench. The adventure was caught on film for an upcoming 3D documentary and subsequent National Geographic Channel special. Also premiering on National Geographic on April 8 is Titanic: The Final Word with James Cameron.
Titanic in3D sails into theaters on April 4, the 100th anniversary of the ocean liner disaster.