Titanic is coming back to cinemas across Ireland for one night only 4 years ago

Titanic is coming back to cinemas across Ireland for one night only

Titanic is coming back to cinemas across Ireland for one night only - and it’s going to be emotional.

The iconic film will be returning to the big screen on August 17 at 7pm at Odeon Cinemas across the country twenty years after it was first released to celebrate the milestone anniversary.

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And if you needed even more of a reason to see it, tickets will be 2 for 1 on the night - so grab your best pals and get ready to belt out Celine Dion's My Heart Will Go On as the credits roll.

The blockbuster film has had success since its release in 1997, grossing over $2 billion worldwide to date.

Even though it cost a whopping $200 million to make, Titanic went on to get 14 nods in the 70th Academy Awards - and walked away with 11 wins.

And despite Leo and Kate won legions of fans over with their on-screen love affair, it turns out studio bosses originally had an entirely different actor in mind to play Jack - Matthew McConaughey.

But James Cameron insisted on having Leo in the lead, much to fans of the film’s delight.

Check out Odeon's website and social media channels for more information on how to get tickets.

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