Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Titanic Is Coming Back To The Big Screen, In 3D.. Yay!!!* Know More About The Survivors Of The Ship Wreck.

Michel and Edmond Navratil, Survivors of the ship wreck
I know we've all seen "Titanic" but in 3D? No way! Thats wassap tho. , the director James Cameron is bringing it back to the big screen in a few weeks. The romantic tragedy made immediate stars of Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, who play embattled lovers Rose, an upper class socialite, and Jack, a third class passenger. Woo, hoooh!!! I think I'll see this one again, I understand I'll cry a whole lot, but (shrugs) that's me anyways, I cry me a river anytime someone is hurt in a movie or a heart is broken.. Wink

The reworking of "Titanic" to 3D comes 100 years after the Titanic sank shortly before midnight on
April 14, 1912, as it made its way to New York from Southampton. It sank in less than three hours, killing more than 1,500 people.

The 3D version of "Titanic" hits theatres April 4.

The tale of 2 Survivors

Brothers Michel Navratil, 4, and Edmond, 2, were placed onto one of the last lifeboats by their father before the disastrous sinking of the Titanic. Their father did not make it off the doomed vessel, making the two youngsters the only parent-less children aboard the ship. Referred to as 'Louis and Lola' in newspaper articles, their mother was eventually located and reunited with her children one month after the catastrophe.

Michel and Edmond Navratil, ages 4 and 2, were traveling with their father to America aboard the Titanic. Their father did not make it off the sinking vessel, leaving the two young boys without a guardian or way to be identified.

Michel and Edmond Navratil reunited with their mother, Marcelle, in New York City one month after the Titanic disaster. The children's parents had recently separated, and what was supposed to be a weekend stay with their father turned into a trip on the Titanic to start a new life in America without Marcelle.

Titanic survivors adrift in the Atlantic Ocean were rescued by the Carpathia.

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