'Titanic' Sets Sail On Screen Again and The Director Has Another Surprise

Can you believe it's been 20 years since Titanic hit the big screens? It was released in 1997 and became the highest grossing film in cinema history. It held that title until Oscar-winning director James Cameron topped his own movie when he released Avatar in 2009. Many of us still believe that the movie was a historical account of what happened on the "unsinkable ship." However, that's far from the case, and Cameron wants to set things straight. Premier ExhibitionsTo celebrate the movie's 20th anniversary, Titanic will be re-released in theaters so that all you die-hard fans can experience the


15 Teen Magazine Photo Shoots That Prove Leonardo DiCaprio Was The King Of The 90s

Leonardo DiCaprio is one of the biggest A-List stars in Hollywood. He's made so many classic movies, he's had so many iconic characters, and his career has been a non-stop hit-machine ever since we first met him. DiCaprio first came onto the screen all the way back in the 80s, appearing on a game show called Fun House, before becoming one of the regulars on Romper Room. He got his first movie role in Critters 3, and shortly after he was cast as Luke Brower in Growing Pains. ABCOnce he was a regular on that show, his whole life seemed


7 Facts About 'What's Eating Gilbert Grape' That You Missed While You Were Crying

Watching a movie can end up bringing up a bunch of emotions, but it's almost always completely unexpected. Sure, you think, "Oh, I may laugh, or feel sad" but some movies go above and beyond and make you feel such intense emotions you don't even understand where they came from. What's Eating Gilbert Grape is one of those movies that surprised us all with it's heart and made us all sob uncontrollably. The story of a Iowa family who are mourning their dad, dealing with their brother's handicap, and trying to earn enough money even though their mother can't leave


Leonardo Dicaprio's Movie 'The Beach' Almost Destroyed A Thai Paradise, But They're Trying To Save It

Once a pristine Thai paradise, the secluded bay made famous by the Leonardo DiCaprio movie The Beach has been exhausted by mass tourism. Now it's getting a break.The Beach came out in the year 2000, so it was in the height of the "Leonardo DiCaprio Craze." Every preteen was in love with him, had his posters on their wall, and watched everything he made. Obviously we were all going to check out this movie, but I don't know that we expected such an insane thriller. Between the multiple deaths, the crazy maps, and all of the scandalous behavior, it's