It would appear that James Cameron is not the king of the three-dimensional world, and his 3-D redux has failed to capture the nostalgia of our generation or a new audience of 12-18-year-olds. But if you think Titanic in 3D was a bad idea, remember: it could be a lot worse.
10 Potential 3D Revivals Worse Than 'Titanic'
It would appear that James Cameron is not the king of the three-dimensional world. Titanic 3D has failed to capture the nostalgic twinkle with our generation, nor has it attracted a significant number of 12-year olds, who were its bread and butter during its original run. The re-release brought in disappointing earnings (especially when compared to its first run), and received heavy criticism that the third dimension not only doesn't add anything to the story, but actually detracts, making certain effects look more computerized. But before you think Titanic 3D is setting the nadir for the make-it-3D-and-re-release-it trend, remember - it could be worse.