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This screen shot, of Twitter users conversing over the Titanic, has gone viral, and it’s no wonder. The shocking images show a list of Twitter users who had not realized that James Cameron’s movie "Titanic", starring Leonardo DiCaprio, was actually based on real historic event.
As Journal.ie commented “You couldn’t make it up”.
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Just in time for the centenary, the final moments of the Titanic have been reconstructed for a new documentary. James Cameron, director of the Titanic movie and a keen deep-sea diver produced a new CGI video detailing exactly what happened after the liner hit an iceberg on April 14, 1912.
The National Geographic Channel production included a team of engineers and other specialists.
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