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Here’s What ‘Titanic 3D’ Would Have Been Like if George Lucas, J.J. Abrams, and Michael Bay Were in Charge

‘Titanic 3D’ has raked in more than $25 million since it opened last Wednesday. And a fake promo is racking up millions of views on YouTube.

It’s called ‘Titanic SUPER 3D’, and says the re-release features a ton of new special effects, including a giant octopus, Storm Troopers from ‘Star Wars’, and things exploding for no reason…including passengers.

According to the parody, James Cameron got help from George Lucas, J.J. Abrams, and Michael Bay.

Check out the octopus at :22, an updated theme song at :26, the Storm Troopers at :38, and the explosions at :58.

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