LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- James Cameron can now be called one of the highest grossing filmmakers of all time.
Cameron's mega blockbuster, "Titanic" passed $2 billion in ticket sales during the second weekend of it's 3D rerelease, which was timed to commemorate 100 years after the ship's fatal voyage.
The film brought in $100 million in worldwide receipts from Friday to Sunday, giving the epic a two-week total of $190.8 million. The total overseas haul was estimated at $88.2 million.
'Titanic' also celebrated the biggest box office opening in China, claiming $58 million for international distributor Fox.
The film grossed $1.84 billion during it's first release in 1997.
Holding the top spot for the highest grossing film of all time is Cameron's 2009 sci-fi film "Avatar," which has taken in $2.8 billion.
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"Titanic" (20th Century Fox)
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