Revisit James Cameron’s epic masterpiece TITANIC when it arrives for the first time ever remastered on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc™ December 11, 2023 from The Walt Disney Company.
The beloved, worldwide phenomenon won 11 Academy Awards®*, including Best Picture, and continues to attract new fans 25 years after it was originally released. Now, viewers can experience all of the drama and spectacle in stunning 4K Ultra HD with Dolby Vision® and a Dolby Atmos® soundtrack** for the finest visual and audio presentation at home. TITANIC will be available in a three-disc set that includes the film on 4K Ultra HD and on Blu-ray Disc™, plus a Blu-ray Bonus Disc™ boasting more than five hours of new and legacy bonus content, including new interviews with director James Cameron, star Kate Winslet, and producer Jon Landau.
Bonus content included:
Blu-ray™ Bonus Disc
TITANIC: Stories From the Heart—NEW!
Director James Cameron, producer Jon Landau, and star Kate Winslet share memories and favorite moments and recount the challenges of making the greatest love story in cinema history. Go back in time with film clips, photos and behind-the-scenes moments.
TITANIC: 25 Years Later with James Cameron
James Cameron explores the enduring myths and mysteries of the shipwreck, and mounts tests to see whether Jack could have fit on that raft and survived.
Behind-the Scenes presentation hosted by Jon Landau—NEW!
Jon Landau introduces a series of behind-the-scenes segments showcasing the making of TITANIC.
Trailer Presentation hosted by Jon Landau—NEW!
Jon Landau shares an inside glimpse into the marketing of TITANIC with a story of how a 4-minute trailer overseen by the filmmakers was delivered to theatres, instead of the original "action" trailer.
Fan Poster Art—NEW!
Reflections on TITANIC (4 parts)
Deleted Scenes with optional commentary by James Cameron
Deep-Dive Presentation narrated by James Cameron
$200,000,001: A Ship’s Odyssey (The TITANIC Crew Video)
Music Video “My Heart Will Go On” by Celine Dion
4K Ultra HD Disc
Director Commentary by James Cameron
Cast and Crew Commentary
Historical Commentary by Don Lynch and Ken Marschall