It has been 100 years since the Titanic sank. Time for the limited-run 3-D screening, of course! Still, when James Cameron's name is attached to "3-D re-release," we take notice. Maybe this time that old lady keeps the jewel for herself, if not for the estate her family would stand to inherit. No, we are not romantic. Our excitement level: 4. We, like most, have seen this movie far too many times, but it'll be nice to see it on the big screen again. However, with a two-part Titanic miniseries from "Downton Abbey" mastermind Julian Fellowes coming to ABC starting April 14, as well as what will surely be extensive programming on History and Discovery, our attention span will hit an iceberg very quickly.