James Cameron Settles Titanic Debate Over Jack’s Fate

James Cameron Settles Titanic Debate Over Jack’s Fate

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When it concerns this argument, we’ll never ever release.

A quarter century after Titanic‘s release, the movie’s director James Cameron is taking a long (and clinical!) recall at whether Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) would have lived if he merely climbed up aboard the door with Rose (Kate Winslet) as they were left stranded at sea after the titular ship sank into the ocean.

In his approaching series, Titanic: 25 Years Later With James Cameron, the well-known director employed the assistance of 2 stunt individuals to reenact the specific scene in freezing temperature levels– and the agreement?

“He just might’ve made it until the lifeboat got there,” James stated in a clip shared on Good Morning AmericaFeb 2. “Jack might’ve lived, but there’s a lot of variables.”

Among those variables are the temperature level of the water and the couple’s large fatigue, in addition to other conditions. But according to James, there’s one aspect that merely ruled above all in his character’s mind that led him to an icy end.