Twentieth Century Fox is releasing Titanic 3D through a licensing arrangement with the Mingalar Company on August 17. “In recent years, we have entered markets such as Vietnam, Cambodia, Mongolia and Papua New Guinea”, Twentieth Century Fox co-presidents Tomas Jegeus and Paul Hanneman said in a statement. “We have noted with great interest the reforms taking place in Burma under Thein Sein and look forward to visiting our newest territory when we travel Asia later this year”. The studio says it is the first in decades to release a film in Myanmar. Since it began its re-release this past spring, Titanic 3D has grossed nearly $344 million worldwide, bringing the lifetime worldwide total for the James Cameron film to $2.19 billion, to date.
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