Our hearts will go on in the city of Long Beach, as a screening of Titanic will take place at The Queen Mary courtesy of Alamo Drafthouse’s Rolling Roadshow.
Director James Cameron’s epic 1997 film solidified the star status of Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet and became one of cinema’s (excuse the pun yet again!) “Titanic” blockbusters.
“We will never let go of the story of Jack, Rose, and the ‘Ship of Dreams,'” says Alamo Drafthouse Vice President of Large Events Henri Mazza. “So we can’t wait to celebrate this landmark film in the most amazing way imaginable.”
Both The Queen Mary and the Titanic were built for the Cunard/White Star Line, and the April 21st event will happen nearly 106 years after the RMS Titanic’s first (and last) voyage on April 15, 1912.
The tickets will include a self-guided tour of the Queen Mary (which is a third larger than RMS Titanic), museum access, a look at the Titanic exhibit (containing over 150 photographs and artifacts from Titanic, her twin sister Olympic, and the rescue ship Carpathia). Drinks and dinner, though not part of the ticket, will be available onboard at one of The Queen Mary’s four restaurants.
To purchase tickets to the Titanic outdoor screening at The Queen Mary, click here.