Did you know that at $200 million, the movie cost more than the Titanic itself. That's right, the cost to build the ship in 1910-1912 was £1.5 million, which was equivalent to about $7.5-million at the time, and about $120-$150 million in 1997 dollars. On a related note, during the scene where the water comes crashing into the Grand Staircase room, the film makers only had one shot at it because the entire set and furnishings were going to be destroyed in the shot. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of pups running for dinner, time-lapse style, which has already received over 9.7-million views.