Kate Winslet lost in Luxor
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Egyptian tourist police denied the disappearance of Kate Winslet, the actress in the movie the Titanic, in Luxor. The British beauty visited Luxor on the 100th year anniversary of the ships's sinking. Her visit prompted rumors that the English rose, Winslet, had vanished or been taken captive even, in Luxur.
Missing movie star in land of the Pharaohs
The inspector of tourism in the south of Said
, Colonel Husni Hussein, put paid to rumors of her disappearing act when he described her movemets, reporting that the famous actress arrived in Luxor on Friday the 13th of April, incidentally Good Friday during the period of Easter in the Arab world
. To trace her steps, the story goes that she spent the night in the royal suite of the Winter Palace Hotel, and by morning she hit up the Nile for a river cruise to Aswan for evening, from where she then flew to Cairo before taking her leave back on a flight home.
Titanic makes world-waves
According to Wayne website
, the movie Titanic broke a world record reaching the threshold of one billion dollars at the box office worldwide.
Director James Cameron released a 3D version of the same movie that received a standing ovation of a success in1997. Its stars- Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet rose to A-list plus fame and premier acclaim for their star-struck lover boat act. Titanic global fever kicked in around the world, still raging 100 years later on the anniversary of the iceberg struck ship's sinking.
The director re-released it in 3D on the 100th year anniversary of the ship's sinking. The movie has made almost one billion dollars since its release coming close to the figure of Cameron's previous smash-hit movie Avatar, which rocked the casbah
the whole world over and struck a chord with the Palestinian plight.