On February 10, Titanic, the movie that initially set box office records, will return to theatres.

We won’t be able to let go of Titanic because it is coming back to theatres to mark the 25th anniversary of the movie.

The historical romance epic by James Cameron will return to theatres next month, and to celebrate, a brand-new teaser and poster have been released.

The 3D 4K HDR high-frame-rate movie, which runs for 3 hours and 15 minutes and set a record by winning 11 Academy Awards in 1998, will be shown.

Titanic, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as tragic lovers Jack Dawson and Rose DeWitt Bukater, tells a complex love story in 1912 aboard the sinking RMS Titanic.

The blockbuster movie made $2.2 billion worldwide, setting a record that stood until James Cameron’s 2009 picture Avatar. It also became the highest-grossing movie of all time for 15 weeks in a row.

The movie’s two main protagonists, DiCaprio, 48, and Winslet, 47, both of whom went on to win Oscars later in their careers, were the film’s two primary stars, and director Cameron, 68, recently told Deadline that he “can’t picture that film” without them.

“I consider the Titanic pairing of Leonardo and Kate. Leo, I had to fight for him since the company didn’t want him “In an interview, Cameron spoke to the publication about his career and his most recent film, Avatar: The Way of Water.

Amid the meeting, Cameron famous that Titanic “wouldn’t have been that film” if DiCaprio had chosen not to require his part as Jack, or if anything with the generation had come together differently. “You think at any one of those places, in the event that had truly kind of frayed separated, it would have been some person else and it wouldn’t have been that film,” he said. “And I can’t envision that film without him and without her.”