Idaho millennials, prepare yourselves for the most nostalgic Valentine's Day of our lives. A remastered version of our beloved Titanic is being released in theaters around the United States on Friday, Feb. 10, 2023.

While it's technically been 26 years and 52 days since it graced the silver screen, James Cameron's masterpiece is being rereleased to commemorate its 25th anniversary! Here's where we can watch it in Boise:

Photo Credit: Paramount Pictures // YouTube
Photo Credit: Paramount Pictures // YouTube

YOU JUMP, i jump

Described as "flawlessly crafted, intelligently constructed, strongly acted, and spellbinding," by Roger Ebert, Cameron's telling of Titanic's tragic voyage left an indelible mark on '90s pop culture.

Regardless of gender, memorable phrases like "You jump, I jump," and "Make it count," are subconsciously embedded in the vernacular of 30-to-40-somethings around the globe. Judge us if you must, but for many a millennial, the love story of Jack and Rose resonates as our generation's Romeo and Juliet.

Photo Credit: Paramount Pictures // YouTube
Photo Credit: Paramount Pictures // YouTube

TITANIC the inspiration

To the surprise of many, Cameron's inspiration to bring the British ocean liner's 1912 demise to the big screen was born from his fascination with shipwrecks.

A highly experienced diver, it was during a 2009 interview with Playboy Magazine that Cameron shared Titanic was "the Mount Everest of shipwrecks" for him.

I made Titanic because I wanted to dive to the shipwreck, not because I particularly wanted to make the movie. The Titanic was the Mount Everest of shipwrecks, and as a diver I wanted to do it right. When I learned some other guys had dived to the Titanic to make an IMAX movie, I said, 'I’ll make a Hollywood movie to pay for an expedition and do the same thing.' I loved that first taste, and I wanted more. —James Cameron, Playboy Magazine


TITANIC the numbers

The most expensive-to-produce film of its time with a budget of $200,000,000, the 1997 blockbuster romance starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio was the first film bring in a billion+ at the box office. According to Box Office, the epic has grossed 2.208 billion in ticket sales, and it's the recipient of 11 Academy Awards!


You scroll, I scroll, Jack! Indulge yourself in the four fabulous Titanic-inspired galleries below! 

Exploring the Titanic

Gallery Credit: Ethan Carey

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Gallery Credit: Wendy Berg Baird & Warner/

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