Hollywood's biggest epic sets sail once again this week as James Cameron's dimensionally expanded "Titanic 3D" hits theaters to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the eponymous ship's voyage (we can assure you that making more money has nothing to do with it).
Audiences old enough to have seen the movie that made Leonardo DiCaprio a superstar during its theatrical run will get to relive the phenomenon -- this time in 3-D -- while a new generation will have the opportunity to experience "Titanic" on the big screen for the first time.
But first, grab some Kleenex, break out the best of Celine Dion and learn a little inside info about its legacy.
12: Number of dives it took for James Cameron and his crew to capture footage of the real Titanic wreckage, using a state-of-the-art camera system his brother Mike developed with Panavision exclusively for the production.
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40: Acres of waterfront property south of Playas de Rosarito, Mexico, purchased by 20th Century Fox to house the production of the film.
$4,350: Cost, at the time, of the most expensive first-class suite available aboard the real Titanic (equivalent to $75,000 today).
17,000,000: Size, in gallons, of the water tank that was built to hold the exterior of the reconstructed ship.
24: Number of chiffon dresses made by costume designer Deborah Lynn Scott for Kate Winslet to wear during the latter part of the film.
$8,000,000: James Cameron's original salary for the film, which he forfeited (along with his percentage of gross) when the studio became concerned about the ballooning budget.
$115,000,000: James Cameron's ultimate total compensation for making "Titanic."
36: Number of hours the first rough cut of the film ran, according to composer James Horner.
194: Actual final runtime of the film (in minutes).
50: Number of times Jack says "Rose" throughout the movie.
$2,000,000: Kate Winslet's salary for "Titanic."
$2,500,000: Leonardo DiCaprio's salary for "Titanic."
160: Days of principal photography it took to shoot the movie -- 20 more than initially budgeted for.
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$7,500,000: Cost to build the Titanic in 1910-12.
$200,000,000: Final cost of the production of "Titanic," the most expensive of the 20th century.
$28,638,131: Opening weekend gross of "Titanic," from December 19 to December 21, 1997.
$13,048,711: Amount of money "Titanic" made on Valentine's Day 1998, its biggest single-day gross during its theatrical run.
15: Number of weeks "Titanic" was No. 1 at the U.S. box office, from December 19, 1997 to April 2, 1998.
287: Number of days Titanic was shown in theaters nationwide.
$1,843,201,268: Total worldwide gross of "Titanic."
83: Overall percentage rating of the film on Rotten Tomatoes.
11: Number of Academy Awards Titanic won, including Best Picture, at the 1998 Oscars ceremony.
2: Number of other films that won as many Academy Awards as "Titanic" did ("Ben-Hur," "The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King").
1: Number of films that have grossed more than "Titanic," both domestically and worldwide (that would be James Cameron's own "Avatar").