First, don’t think this is about that massive blue-diamond necklace Kate Winslet donned for the 1997 movie Titanic. This necklace heist happened over the weekend to a real necklace worn by a survivor of the Titanic’s 1912 sinking.
A 16-foot cabin cruiser named Titanic II sank during its maiden voyage on Monday, echoing the greatest maritime disaster in history. Well, sort of.
“It’s the anniversary of the Titanic sinking. Fortunately, we’ve made sure that would never happen today by melting all the icebergs.”
— JIMMY CARR, comedian, found the upside of global warming and tweeted his assurances …
A sketch of Kate Winslet that was used as a prop in the movie Titanic was auctioned off last weekend.
And the Oscar for Best Snub goes to …
The ship of dreams (and nightmares), has been brought back to life through one survivor’s story.
Stuart, the oldest person ever nominated for an acting Oscar, died in her home in Los Angeles.
Or is this new tidbit of information just a way to sell some novels?
An expedition of the Titanic wreckage has captured new, crisper images of the downed ship, nearly 25 years to the day of its discovery.