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Titanic 3D Collector's Edition Amazon Pre-order

Posted July 12, 2012 09:35 PM by Webmaster

ParamountSeems the US will also be getting a Paramount Collector's Edition of James Cameron's Titanic 3D (1997) on September, as it has shown up and is available now for pre-order for $89.99 from Amazon simultaneously with the standard 2D and 3D Blu-ray editions of the movie.

The Collector's Edition includes the 3D/2D 4-Disc Blu-ray edition set of the movie which comes with 6 hours of bonus features and will also be released individually, plus the following extras mentioned by Amazon exclusive to the Limited Set:
  • Hardback glossy Art Book
  • Passenger Dossier
  • Sketch Postcards
  • Collectible Titanic box Packaging
The 3D Blu-ray version will have the IMAX 3D version of movie in the 1.78 Full Frame HDTV aspect ratio used in the IMAX presentations, while the 2D version will present the film in the original theatrical Scope 2.4:1 aspect ratio. The 2D only Blu-ray version will also be available separately as a 2-Disc Set.


Amazon.uk's previously posted UK Collector's Edition, limited to a 1000 copies, sold out almost immediately, while the 3500-copies Japanese version sold out a few days later.












Source: Blu-ray.com | Permalink | Canada United States [Country settings]

News comments (59 comments)



thephantomcat
  Jul 12, 2012
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Is the U.S. version also going to be a limited edition and numbered?

thephantomcat
  Jul 12, 2012
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Also, will this Imax 3D presentation be adding additional visual information to the theatrical scope or cropping the theatrical image?

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rickah88
  Jul 12, 2012
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Preordered through blu-ray.com! So glad the US got this!
logan2u
  Jul 12, 2012
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Mines

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reelgeek
  Jul 12, 2012
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I guess I'll keep the UK preorder.....

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Deciazulado
  Jul 12, 2012
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thephantomcat: The IMAX 3D should open the matte (show more height) in most scenes, altho some SFX/process shots might been cropped . It'll be fun to compare both versions .
ger0ux23
  Jul 12, 2012
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Finally ! But the UK cover art is still much better.

thephantomcat
  Jul 12, 2012
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Yeah, I suppose I'll always have the 2D to compare the images.

marine92104
  Jul 12, 2012
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Thanks for posting. I would have missed it being released. I was hoping they would come out with the collector's edition in the U.S.

Preordered!
24lakers
  Jul 12, 2012
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$100.00 - I don't think so. Why is the U.S. version so expensive? So glad I pre-ordered the UK version.

GoldMotel
  Jul 13, 2012
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Hell yes! Even though I have to shell out an extra $30 bucks (since the UK version was about $77, which I would have paid had I gotten it), I totally preordered this.

GxyExpress999
  Jul 13, 2012
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FYI, additional 1000 units were released in Japan for sale (3500 units total). Amazon Japan product page was updated as well.

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Titanic-3D-Blu-ray/46669/

disneyboi81
  Jul 13, 2012
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pre-odered!!! Thank godness!!! I knew the US would get this release. Thanks blu-ray.com!!
DanaCameron7320
  Jul 13, 2012
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Pre-ordered! Can't wait!

ClaytonMG
  Jul 13, 2012
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$100 is the LIST price. Chances are it'll drop to around $75 (or lower) between now and the release date.

Black Sabbath
  Jul 13, 2012
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Price will most likely drop, but I pre-ordered for now anyway.

bam777
  Jul 13, 2012
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My favorite film. I had to pre-order the Limited Edition set. So happy the U.S. is getting this set as well, I was about to pay $165 for the U.K. set on Ebay.

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BHolst
  Jul 13, 2012
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The French edition is currently €39.99 which is approximately $49.00 USD (and then shipping on that of course...).

I was lucky and got the pre-order for the UK set placed in the few hours it was possible, but if I hadn't been lucky I would personally pre-order both the US and French set to see how the prices compare closer to release date.

Good news for the US fans!!
Mateus Denardin
  Jul 13, 2012
hhhrrrinnn
  Jul 13, 2012
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Isn't the French case a steelbook?

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BHolst
  Jul 13, 2012
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@ hhhrrrinnn: France have both the big collector's set and a SteelBook edition without all the physical extras, Currently the price difference is €10 (~$12.50 USD) so if shelf-space isn't an issue this should be a no-brainer )

lupinskitten
  Jul 13, 2012
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Screeched YAH!! ... clicked through, bought it at Amazon, canceled my crappy 2D Blu Ray order, and popped back here to read the rest of the post. No way I'm missing out on this! (I've been stalking this website for months, waiting for something similar.)

SapGoblin
  Jul 13, 2012
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Alright...alright... Ordered!
hijeff1
  Jul 13, 2012
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This is probably a stupid question but the actual 3D movie will be the same in the collector's edition and in the Blu Ray only release? I mean IMax and same ratio or do I have to buy the collectors edition?

ogscorpion
  Jul 13, 2012
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Thank you for the good news! I just pre-ordered and I can't wait.
Thorn2k
  Jul 13, 2012
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SPOILER!!!!! - The ship sinks! :-) I pre ordered mine a few months ago.. my wife was stoked!

Tom Servo
  Jul 13, 2012
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No IMAX version in 2D? grumble...grumble...

Psx0005
  Jul 13, 2012
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I'll pass. Where does it make sense to pay $70 for basically "paper" extras (box, artbook, postcards) unless the ink is done in silver or gold? Unless the extra is something on the Blu-ray's themselves that I'm failing to see. I'm sticking with the $30 Blu-Ray minus fancy goodies package, thanks.

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paper tiger
  Jul 13, 2012
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I'm on the fence with this one. It looks like a nice set, however I am running out of space for these larger box sets.

If the price drops to the low $70's I'll probably pick it up.

schoecp
  Jul 13, 2012

lupinskitten
  Jul 13, 2012
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I have a nice china cabinet that this will look great in, right next to my Heart of the Ocean necklace, and RMS Titanic books. Is it worth $100? No, probably not. But I expect the price to drop, and I have Swagbucks gift cards to use on it, too.

nycomet
  Jul 13, 2012
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Pass. Now if the disc case we a replica of the Titanic ship, I would order that!

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Deciazulado
  Jul 13, 2012
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@ GxyExpress999: :thumbs up:

Lucif3r
  Jul 13, 2012
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Ordered, here's hoping this one is also actually limited.

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Bluprint
  Jul 13, 2012
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Yeah, hope this is limited but US limited usually means 75,000 to 250,000. But I have owned every edition of this film including the HMV Double VHS (that I still have) so I will pre-order and wait for the price to hopefully fall to $60!

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MikaLove
  Jul 13, 2012
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Ninety bucks is ridiculous. That's even more expensive than here in Sweden! Including what it would cost to ship it here and all that. I'm getting my copy elsewhere!

Veronica Mars
  Jul 13, 2012
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Wow, it's like reading comments from Joe 6-pack on a blu-ray forum. There is absolutely no way this will be $90 on release. None. Zero. Nada. That's only 10% of the list price. The vast majority of blus come out with at least 30% off list and this might even be higher. It won't be higher than $69.99 on its release day and probably will be less since something as BIG as Titanic is often priced to sell as many until as possible.

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paper tiger
  Jul 13, 2012
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I hope you're right Veronica Mars. I could live with $69.99!

popqazguy
  Jul 13, 2012
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I dont have a 3D tv or monitor, so this contains the complete 2D film too right?

ambientcafe
  Jul 14, 2012
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Hopefully Cameron will send some C.E. love to his fellow Canadians as well

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paper tiger
  Jul 14, 2012
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~popqazguy
"I dont have a 3D tv or monitor, so this contains the complete 2D film too right?"

Yes, it will have the 2D & 3D versions. I have a 3D HDTV but I am not going to watch it in 3D all the time.

CrockettandTubbs
  Jul 14, 2012

Lino11
  Jul 14, 2012
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A Night to Remember was amazing but Titanic is still a solid film that's good upon repeated viewings. However, like Avatar, I feel like the late Jim Cameron films are only really worth watching on GIANT screens. I think a 40" tv just isn't adequate and the movies will be quite boring on a smaller set. Of course, my tv's only 40" :-(
j_adson
  Jul 14, 2012
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6 hours pf special features?? im sold

Tom Servo
  Jul 15, 2012
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I recently watched A Night to Remember, and Titanic seems like a remake of that movie with the Rose story added to it, they are so similar otherwise.

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paper tiger
  Jul 15, 2012
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Tom Servo said...
"I recently watched A Night to Remember, and Titanic seems like a remake of that movie with the Rose story added to it, they are so similar otherwise."


Yes, I felt the same way. A Night to Remember is a great film and Titanic does seem to be a remake of it. The only thing new about Titanic is the love story.

Both are great movies though. Did you watch A Night to Remember on Blu-ray? How did it look? It recently came out and I have not picked it up yet.

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MikaLove
  Jul 15, 2012
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repete66211
  Jul 15, 2012
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Titanic on Blu-ray? That locks in the middle aged woman demographic. The market for Blu-ray is growing and growing.

ditcin
  Jul 16, 2012

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paper tiger
  Jul 16, 2012
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ditcin,
that's a women for ya!

Still, It is a great film and I'll be buying the Collector's Edition.

REPLAY
  Jul 16, 2012
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So glad we got this in the US, missed the UK edition, ordered the French edition. Now cancelled that!

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BHolst
  Jul 17, 2012
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Good call Veronica Mars, as of 3 hours ago it is $69.99

Oh, and MikaLove, you might want to rethink that strategy... First complaining that Veronica Mars is "a smart ass" and have "an annoying and unnecessary attitude" only to go straight into a rant about "American's and nudity"

Galley
  Jul 17, 2012
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I pre-ordered it with my Discover card, and was surprised to see $48.00 as a cash back bonus, so it cost me $21.71.

BluPix
  Jul 17, 2012
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I didn't even realize collector's editions of Titanic were being sold. I just preordered the US version. It's a bit pricey for what's included, especially when compared to other limited/collector's edition sets. But, if it's a situation where it will quickly become hard to find, it's best to just buy it.

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MikaLove
  Jul 18, 2012
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BHolst: What does the first thing have to do with the other? It was meant as separate comments.
And you don't agree it's a huge mistake to not have a nude photo of Kate Winslet in that book?
It was definitely not a rant, because Americans are scared about nudity.
The only thing I was wrong about is that the price is now 30% off.
But my point was that Veronica Mars was so aggressive about people complaining about the price. I mean, it wasn't a good strategy, from Amazon's part. Even if I haven't preordered the set yet. And it's still a LOT more expensive and overpriced compared to the French set.

Pezeta
  Jul 18, 2012
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Acabo de pre-ordenarla, para mi esposa... lo bueno de hacerlo en Amazon es que si el precio sigue bajando, automáticamente se ve reflejado en mi factura... De todos modos me parece un poco costosa, nosotros pagamos 45 dólares por la versión 70 aniversario de Casablanca. Ya bajó de 90 dólares a 70... espero que baje un poco más antes del día de lanzamiento.

nycomet
  Jul 19, 2012
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I have no shelf space for these massive collector edition box sets.

ShamelessFanGirl
  Jul 20, 2012
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This is one of the greatest films ever film made by Paramount. It has been one of my all time favorite films for years now so there is no question that this I will be picking this up when it comes out in September.


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