James Cameron Shoots Down Titanic Ending Suggestion

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James Cameron Shoots Down Titanic Ending Suggestion

Postby Andrew Clarkson » Tue Mar 14, 2017 3:45 pm

This year, incredibly, marks the 20th anniversary of the second biggest film of all time, Titanic. The movie won 11 Oscars, three of which sit on the mantelpiece of James Cameron, who wrote, directed and edited the picture. It's $2.18 billion box office gross (that was topped up by the 3D re-release a few years back) is second only to Avatar on the all-time box office list.

Cameron plans to make - or at least be involved with - a documentary this year to mark the 20th anniversary of the film (and he’s starting filming Avatar 2 in August, too). And in a new interview with The View, he’s also addressed an issue regarding the ending of Titanic.

It’s to do with the ending of the film, where Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jack dies in the water, while Kate Winslet’s Rose survives by lying on a floating door. But, goes the suggestion, there was surely room on said door for an extra person, and Rose could have saved Jack. So why didn’t she?

Cameron is having none of it. “Here’s the answer: it says in the script on page 147, Jack dies." He added that “so maybe we made the door a little too big when we made the movie, but Jack’s always going to die folks! There’s no other version of reality.”

Which is a fairly final way of dealing with some fan speculation, albeit some that's continued to chip away over the years.

Read more; http://www.denofgeek.com/us/movies/tita ... suggestion
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Re: James Cameron Shoots Down Titanic Ending Suggestion

Postby VW1956 » Tue Mar 14, 2017 9:26 pm

Don't want to get picky but the only reason Avatar made more money at the box office was that ticket prices for Avatar was three times the ticket price for Titanic.
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