James Cameron’s Titanic | New £100 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray set announced

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The 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release of James Cameron’s Titanic is back – now in an expensive boxset. More here.

Just before Christmas, the multi-Oscar-winning epic Titanic – from James Cameron – finally made it onto the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray format. Priced competitively, it’s proven a popular disc release, and you can still pick it up for around £25.

But! If you’re a huge fan of Titanic, own a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player, and – crucially – have £100 lying around, then a brand new deluxe set is heading our way in April.

It’s an extremely posh looking set, as you’d expect, that marks the 25th anniversary of the film. In said set, you get the film itself on 4K disc, as well as two other discs with a fair amount of extra material on.

Then! There’s a schematic of the ship itself, which will come in handy for anyone thinking of taking a voyage. You get some reproduction movie props. There’s sheet music of the Celine Dion-warbled ‘My Heart Will Go On’. Then, a perfect bound coffee table book – do people have coffee tables? – that goes into detail about the making of the film itself.

It’s not the first time a deluxe release of Titanic has gone on sale, and I’d lay down a pound right now that it’s not the last. Still, while they keep selling, you can sure bet they’ll keep making them.

This particular set goes on sale from 29th April 2024, and is available for order now. You can find more information about the release, and order yourself a copy, right here.

In case you needed it, we’ll leave you with the synopsis…

James Cameron’s “Titanic” is an epic, action-packed romance set against the ill-fated maiden voyage of the R.M.S. Titanic; the pride and joy of the White Star Line and, at the time, the largest moving object ever built. She was the most luxurious liner of her era — the “ship of dreams” — which ultimately carried over 1,500 people to their death in the ice cold waters of the North Atlantic in the early hours of April 15, 1912.

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