2022 NEW The Titanic Funko Pop! Movie Poster

Funko Pop! Movie Posters - Titanic Funko Pop! Movie Poster Vinyl Figure

Not official until confirmed.

The new Funko Pop! Movie Posters – Titanic Funko Pop! Movie Poster Vinyl Figure is inspired by the classic film of the same name. 

It’s a great way to show your love for classic films, making it a perfect gift for any movie fan.

Titanic is a movie about a boat. A big boat. A really, really big boat. In fact, it’s the biggest boat in the world. And it’s full of people.

People who are wealthy and people who are poor. People who are happy and people who are sad. But most of all, it’s a movie about love.

Two people from different worlds meet and fall in love, and their love is put to the ultimate test when the boat sinks. But even in the face of disaster, their love prevails.

Titanic is a timeless story of hope and courage, and it remains one of the most popular movies of all time.

Titanic Funko Pop! Movie Poster is an unconfirmed release. It is only official when or if Funko announces it. I’ll update more information in the long run.

The movie Titanic hit theaters in the 1990s, but the original ship sailed from England on April 10, 1912.

The most famous sinking happened five days later, on April 15. Over 1500 people died.

In theaters, the cast of Titanic was led by Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. The film also featured Kathy Bates, Billy Zane, Frances Fisher, and Victor Garber.

In Titanic, the most famous survivor is definitely Molly Brown. In Steven Spielberg’s film, the real-life character is played by Kathy Bates.

Today it is believed that 1504 people died in the Titanic’s sinking. Many people forget, but the ship also carried some animals in addition to human beings.

In all, 12 dogs traveled on the boat – and at least three survived the accident.

In one of the most exciting scenes in Titanic, the ship’s band decides to continue playing amid the sinking. This happened in real life.

According to historians’ analyses, the musicians played for about 2 hours after the ship collided with the Titanic.

In one of the most revolting moments of Titanic, third-class passengers are stranded on the ship’s deck, while the wealthy first-class passengers are carried to the lifeboats.

The scene went down in movie history, but it seems that this did not happen in real life. In fact, according to historians, each subdivision of the ship had its own lifeboats.

There was a division between first and third-class passengers, but this did not serve to “hold” the poorer travelers.

In fact, it was created due to American immigration laws, which at the time prohibited interaction between immigrants and the other passengers – for fear of spreading disease.

Disparities between social classes represent one of the main themes of Titanic.

In Steven Spielberg’s film, third-class passengers are confined to the lower parts of the ship, while first-class travelers enjoy luxurious cabins and elite parties.

The poorest passengers on the Titanic were immigrants traveling to the United States in search of a better life.

One of the most controversial aspects of Titanic is the fact that Rose survived even after being adrift in the ocean.

In the real-life accident, a woman actually managed to escape death by jumping off the ship into the freezing waters of the Atlantic.

A third-class passenger, Rosa Abbott, boarded the boat accompanied by her children – who unfortunately died in the sinking.

But Rosa survived. After spending hours floating in the ocean, she was rescued by a lifeboat.

Traumatized and hypothermic, Abbott even lost (momentarily) the movement of her legs.

She was hospitalized for weeks after the accident but eventually was able to return to her hometown of Providence, where she received care from a religious institution.

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