James Cameron conducted scientific study to prove ‘Titanic’ Jack died: ‘Only one person could survive’, forensic analysis says

Surely any fan of James Cameron’s “Titanic” has debated many times whether or not Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) should die. Many viewers claim there’s enough room for both Jack and Rose (Kate Winslet) on the floating door turned makeshift raft, but Cameron himself is here to prove everyone wrong. Speaking to The Toronto Sun to promote “Avatar: The Way of Water,” Cameron revealed that he documented a “scientific study” proving that two people could not survive on the floating door at the end of Titanic.

“We did a scientific study to put this whole thing to rest and drive the stake to the heart of it once and for all,” said Cameron. “We’ve since done a thorough forensic analysis with the hypothermia expert who reproduced the raft from the movie and are going to do a little special work on it which comes out in February.”

The February special release coincides with a 4K restoration of “Titanic” which is set to open in theaters Valentine’s Day weekend 2023.

Cameron continued, “We took two stunt people of the same body mass as Kate and Leo and put sensors all over and inside them and put them in ice water and tested them to see if they could survive through a variety of conditions.” The answer was, there is no way both could survive. Only one can survive.”

“[Jack] Cameron added. “It’s like Romeo and Juliet. It’s a movie about love, sacrifice, and mortality. Love is measured by sacrifice… Maybe in 25 years, I won’t have to deal with this anymore.”

Cameron made headlines in 2019 for calling the endless controversy over Jack’s fate “stupid.” The director told the BBC: “There’s no debating. But if you really want to expose all the stupid arguments attached to it… I mean, let’s get back to, could Romeo have been smart and not have taken the poison? Yeah. Could he have decided? Not bringing his little dagger just in case Juliet stabs herself with it? Yeah sure. It kind of misses the point.”

Just last month, Cameron revealed that DiCaprio almost lost out on the role of Jack because he didn’t want to screen test for the part. DiCaprio had already charmed studio executives during his first meeting for the role, so Cameron set up a second meeting with the actor for a screen test with Kate Winslet.

“He didn’t know he was going to be tested,” Cameron told GQ. He thought it was another meeting to meet Kate. So I said, “Well, we’ll just go to the next room, we’ll play some lines and I’ll shoot it.” And he said, “You mean, I read?” I said, yeah. He said, “Oh, I don’t read.” I shook his hand and said, “Thank you for coming by.”

Cameron was ready to turn DiCaprio off right then and there, but the actor walked back at him and said, “Wait, wait, wait. If I don’t read, I won’t get the part? Just like that?” Cameron replied, “Oh, yeah. Come on. This is a giant movie that’s going to take two years of my life, and you’re going to do five more while I do post-production. So, I’m not going to screw it up by making the wrong choice of casting. So, you’ll read, or you won’t get Section “.

A re-release of “Titanic” will debut on February 10, 2023. Cameron’s latest directorial effort, “Avatar: The Way of Water,” is now playing in theaters across the country.

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