For 25 years, audiences around the globe have argued adamantly that the character Jack may’ve survived on the finish of “Titanic.” However director James Cameron has had sufficient of that principle, revealing this week that he carried out a “scientific study” to lastly show in any other case.
The Oscar-winning movie famously concluded with Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) sacrificing himself by staying within the freezing ocean waters so Rose (Kate Winslet) may stay atop particles from the titular sinking ship. However many viewers say the pair may’ve each match on the floating door.
“We have done a scientific study to put this whole thing to rest and drive a stake through its heart once and for all,” Cameron instructed Postmedia, in line with a narrative printed Friday. “We have since done a thorough forensic analysis with a hypothermia expert who reproduced the raft from the movie.”
In 2012, hosts of the present “MythBusters” carried out their very own experiment and introduced Cameron with the findings, which prompt that each Jack and Rose may have shared the door. However that didn’t sway the director.
“They’re fun guys and I loved doing that show with them, but they’re full of shit,” Cameron later instructed The Each day Beast.
Explaining his new evaluation to Postmedia, Cameron stated, “We took two stunt people who were the same body mass of Kate and Leo and we put sensors all over them and inside them and we put them in ice water and we tested to see whether they could have survived through a variety of methods.”
The director stated the outcomes present that “there was no way they both could have survived.” However he additionally argued that Jack’s character “needed to die” to drive dwelling the film’s themes of “love and sacrifice and mortality.”
Cameron documented his “Titanic” evaluation for a Nationwide Geographic particular set to be launched in February — reportedly coinciding with the movie’s return to theaters for Valentine’s Day — and is firmly doubling down.
“Maybe … maybe … after 25 years, I won’t have to deal with this anymore,” Cameron instructed Postmedia.