Posted September 16, 2018 05:03:03A year ago this week, Titanic, a blockbuster of a movie, became the latest movie to fall in popularity.
Now it is back to normal.
Titanic, which was directed by Christopher Nolan, won a record $1.7 billion at the box office on Thursday.
“Titanica” was the highest grossing movie of all time, according to BoxOffice.com.
It is the second-highest grossing film of all-time.
The movie was nominated for seven Oscars, but the winning picture won.
In a statement, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said that while the Academy has no control over how movies are made, the film industry is responsible for “the legacy of the Titanic movie.”
The Academy also said that it is reviewing the documentary film Titanic, which is due out in November.
In the documentary, a survivor’s story of the sinking of the sunken ship is told in a way that is not “typical,” the statement said.
Titanship was the first film to earn a $1 billion worldwide.
In 2017, it earned $1,974 million.
The film was based on the novel by Arthur C. Clarke, who wrote the original screenplay.
It starred Tom Hanks as a British ship captain who makes his way to the bottom of the ocean, seeking to find the remains of the lost Titanic.