James Cameron put an end to the scientific debate on the Titanic movie starring British actor Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio. "It's called art and some things are due to artistic reasons, not because of the laws of physics," said Cameron Jack's death scene.
James Cameron, the director of the Titanic, who was on the agenda again for the 20th anniversary, spoke about the debate over the death of Jack's character, played by Leonardo DiCaprio.
James Cameron, director of the Titanic, who will once again be on the verge of a limited copy in the US on December 1 due to his 20th anniversary, said that Jack Dawson, who almost turned into a deer conversation for years, the debate had to end.
In a lengthy interview with the Vanity Fair, James Cameron said: "This was obviously an artistic choice, as you can see. The piece of debris was just big enough to hold Rose and not fit for Jack. I think all of your arguments are ridiculous. Especially we have been doing this for 20 years ... "
Cameron went on to say: If Jack were alive, the end of the film would be meaningless. Titanic is a film about death and separation, so he had to die. Either that or it would fall on top of a ship's pail, and it would all die. It's called art and some things are due to artistic reasons, not because of the laws of physics. "
Controversy over the Titanic The astrophysicist Neil deGrasse, who spoke highly of the Modern Cosmos and his name, said, "Jack has come back to life with the claim that the character could survive if Filmin had a more scientific basis.
Shortly after this statement, Kate Winslet said, "I agree with the views on the wooden door in the final stages, I think there is enough room for both of them, and Jack could fit in there."