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Although the video has not come out yet, I know it is not any different from the version shown in the theater. I am seemingly desperate to know when the director's cut will be coming out and whether it will be on video or on dvd.
-- Ed (TisTITANIC@aol.com), August 26, 1998
This subject has been much discussed. I keep reading that a long version is in the works, but I haven't heard any official confirmation. Given the demand, though, they'd be foolish not to do it. I still think they'll release the long version theatrically before they put it out in video.
Just my hunch!
-- Kip Henry (email@example.com), August 26, 1998.
I'm sure that *eventually* there will be a Special Edition of Titanic.
The "lost scenes" will be first seen on the upcoming CD-ROM.
-- Thomas M. Terashima (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 27, 1998.
Sorry Conspiracy fans but Titanic as it is now is it. James Cameron has left his company to others and is now focusing on other projects. A DVD edition is about as true as a Steven Speilberg movie on DVD. if your wondering it took Speilberg 5 years+ to release ET on home video after the theatrical release. james Cameron hates home movies, he likes theaters and no the Special Edition will never be released in full.
-- Rutger Stevens (email@example.com), February 04, 1999.