TORONTO – It’s been 100 years since the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank. It took 2 hours and 44 minutes for the entire ship to submerge into the frigid waters of the Atlantic Ocean. There are many ways people are commemorating the event, including a 3D release of the blockbuster movie, Titanic 3D, 15 years after the original film broke box office records.
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The line between fact and fiction apparently seemed to blur for some younger Twitter users, as they revealed today that they weren’t aware that Titanic was real.