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December 19 marks 25 years since Titanic first hit theaters, and the anniversary has renewed interest in everything from Celine Dion’s best performances of “My Heart Will Go On,” to whether Leonardo DiCaprio’s character Jack would have survived on the floating door with Kate Winslet’s Rose.
The 25th anniversary of Titanic has also spurred new interest in rewatching the film, which was released in 1997 but stayed in theaters for months after that. Now, you can watch Titanic online and at home on Blu-ray/DVD.
How to Watch Titanic Online
Rent Titanic on Amazon and you have 30 days to start watching the film and 48 hours to finish it once started.
Buy Titanic on Blu-ray/DVD
Prefer a physical copy of Titanic? Amazon has the Titanic (Collector’s Edition) Blu-ray on sale for just $14.99 right now. Just in time for the film’s 25th anniversary, the special-edition release features the full film remastered in Dolby Audio, plus more than 30 deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes featurettes, commentary from cast and crew, an interview with James Cameron and more.
Your physical copy of Titanic on Blu-ray also comes with a digital download code, so you can download the film to watch on your computer, tablet or phone.
Prefer a DVD? The DVD version of Titanic is on sale at Amazon right now for just $9.
Nominated for 14 Academy Awards, including the awards for Best Picture and Best Director, Titanic was both a critical and commercial success, becoming the the first film ever to reach the billion-dollar mark. It remained the highest-grossing film of all time until that other Cameron film, Avatar, surpassed it in 2010.