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Titanic Is Sailing To Theaters AGAIN For 20th Anniversary! Check Out What The Cast Has Been Up To Since 1997!

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Titanic is one of the most celebrated films OF. ALL. TIME.

James Cameron's epic drama set sail in December 1997 and went on to break numerous records, including that of topping the box office for 15 consecutive weeks in North America. BTW, it didn't even leave theaters until October 1, 1998. Wild!

The sweeping love story of Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet) also has 11 Oscars to its name — a feat it shares with only two other movies: Ben-Hur and Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.

Even as it nears its official 20th anniversary, this blockbuster mega-hit still holds up in today's pop culture stratosphere. So it's no wonder fans will get to enjoy yet another re-release of the film.

Yes, James has teamed up with select AMC Theaters to showcase the movie in both 2D and 3D features for a limited run in 87 Dolby Cinema beginning Dec. 1. According to Deadline, tickets will go on sale today (November 15) at AMC locations and online.

Before you go buying your seats, make sure to check out what the cast has been up to (below)!

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Lynda Carter Hits Back At James Cameron's 'Thuggish' Wonder Woman Criticism!

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She don't need no lasso to speak the truth!

James Cameron has gotten a lot of attention — and backlash — over his criticism that Wonder Woman was "a step backwards" for female led action movies basically because Gal Gadot is too sexy in it.

The Avatar director doubled down on his stance earlier this week, adding that Gadot's Diana Prince was used as "a sex object" and, therefore, wasn't nearly as feminist as Linda Hamilton's gritty Sarah Connor of the Terminator series.

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Well, someone who knows a thing or two about playing a female superhero has a scathing response to the filmmaker's "thuggish" comments: OG Wonder Woman Lynda Carter!

The actress, who played the demigod in the ‘70s TV series, took to her Facebook page to call out the "poor soul" for trying to detract from the success of the blockbuster and director Patty Jenkins.

Echoing Jenkins' rebuttal that a "there is no right and wrong kind of powerful woman," Carter wrote:

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James Cameron Doubles Down On Why Wonder Woman WASN'T A 'Groundbreaking' Film!

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With approximately 17 Avatar sequels in development, James Cameron doesn't have a ton of time for interviews. But when he does, the director makes sure to detract from cinema's most successful female-helmed blockbuster.

In a wide-ranging interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the filmmaker doubled down on controversial comments he made in August, in which he called Wonder Woman "a step backwards" because he saw leading lady Gal Gadot as "an objectified icon."

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At the time, Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins hit back at Cameron — who cited Linda Hamilton's grizzly Terminator character Sarah Connor as the ~ultimate~ female action hero — by arguing that Gadot's beauty does not take away from Wonder Woman's power.

Well, just like his movies, Cameron is drawing this drama out twice as long as it should be. In his interview with THR on Wednesday, the director was firm he will "stand by" his original comments, but offer a bit more clarity into what exactly he meant.

As for the drop-dead gorgeous Gadot, he explained:

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Director Patty Jenkins Eloquently Responds To James Cameron's Wonder Woman Slam!

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Now THIS is a clap back.

On Thursday, director Patty Jenkins took to Twitter to eloquently respond to James Cameron's controversial remarks about her summer blockbuster, Wonder Woman. ICYMI, the genius behind Avatar recently stated that he felt the "self-congratulatory back-patting Hollywood's been doing over Wonder Woman" has been "misguided."

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Apparently, Cameron believes there's nothing revolutionary about the new Wonder Woman venture as the lead is still "an objectified icon." Not only did the 63-year-old say the flick was "just male Hollywood doing the same old thing," but he also accused the movie of being a "step backwards."

Ouch. No wonder Miz Jenkins wrote the following:

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Release Dates Announced For Avatar Sequels AND Deadpool 2 — Here's What You Need To Know!

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Release dates! Release dates for everyone!!

Both Deadpool 2 and the Avatar sequels came out today with release dates, informing fans when they can expect to see the respective franchises in theaters, and with a couple of 'em coming quickly in 2018, we can't wait!!

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It all kicked off when 20th Century Fox announced Saturday morning that Deadpool 2 will hit the big screen on

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James Cameron Pushes Back Avatar 2 A THIRD Time! Find Out Why A 2018 Release 'Is Not Happening'

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Pandora wasn't built in a day.

Which is likely why renovation on James Cameron's fictional planet will be taking MUCH longer than originally planned.

The Oscar-winning director revealed that the sequel to his sci-fi epic has been delayed a THIRD time, and will no longer be released Christmas 2018.

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The second installment in the five-film franchise was originally scheduled to hit theaters in December 2014, with the next three films slated for Christmas releases in 2020, 2022, and 2023.

While he didn't divulge any details about the final three films, Cameron confirmed a 2018 release for Avatar 2 was "not happening."

When asked by The Toronto Star about what he could dish on the film's development, the filmmaker said:

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James Cameron Is Now Making FOUR Avatar Sequels Because, You Know, He Can! Get The Deets On Avatar 2-5!

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James Cameron is making sure audiences keep going to the movies, one blockbuster sequel at a time!

The Oscar-winning filmmaker announced that he will now make four (yes, FOUR) sequels to his 2009 hit Avatar.

Making a special appearance at Thursday's CinemaCon in Las Vegas, the Titanic director said that his vision for future installments of the fantasy epic has expanded over time.

Originally, Cameron only wanted to do two sequels, but decided on three after realizing he had too much material for only two films — and now he added one more, because why the eff not!?

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Cameron noted that the select few people who have seen the initial concepts were left "speechless" by what they saw, telling theater owners:

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