‘Titanic’ Movie Recreated Into A Horror Film? ‘Jack is Back’ and Seeks Revenge?

By Marie delos Santos | 1 year ago
‘Titanic’ Movie Recreated Into A Horror Film? ‘Jack is Back’ and Seeks Revenge?

“Titanic” is one of the most classic movies to hit the box office and while the film was recreated with a sequel in 2010, “Titanic II” did not entirely capture the hearts and minds of the audience. A poster of the classic movie with a horror spin recently made rounds on the Internet. Will “Titanic” be turned into a horror film? Read on to learn more about this scoop.

“Titanic” raked in one of the highest ticket sales of all time with its classic love story of Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet). Most of you probably know that a sequel to the movie is highly unlikely to happen given the fact that Jack died at the end of the story and only Rose managed to survive to tell the tale at an old age.


However, it seems like “Titanic 2” is very much being looked forward to by most fans and viewers of the classic movie, as a poster recently made rounds on Facebook. The poster for the “Titanic” spin-off movie reads, “Jack is back…” with a photo of DiCaprio’s character emerging from the waters.

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This seemingly hints on the recreation of “Titanic” as a horror movie with Jack returning from the dead and seeking for revenge. While this spin-off is definitely interesting to see, it looks like the poster was only made by a fan.

However, Yahoo reported that the gigantic ship will be re-launched in 2018 and will be called “Titanic II.”

“The Titanic was the ship of dreams. Titanic II is the ship where dreams will come true,” said Australian billionaire, Clive Palmer.

Ross McGraw, senior vice president of Optimist Inc., however, admitted that while “Titanic” holds a certain charm and appeal to luxury and finer things in life, one cannot help but associate it with “tragedy and some less-than-luxurious lower-class areas.”

Should “Titanic” be recreated into a horror film? Stay tuned on Movie News Guide (MNG) for more updates.

Photo Source: Facebook/Titanic