James Cameron says he believes Kate Winslet was ‘traumatized’ by Titanic

James Cameron said he thought Kate Winslet was “a little bit traumatized” after filming. titanic.

Winslet played Rose in Cameron’s 1997 blockbuster hit, opposite Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jack. She was then 22 years old.

The actor and director reunite for the highly anticipated sequel to his 2009 film avatarto be released later this month.

The reunion comes as a bit of a surprise considering that back then titanicWinslet expressed hesitation about working with Cameron again.

Speak with radio timesCameron thought about the shooting titanic with Winslet, saying: “I think Kate came out titanic a bit traumatized by the scale of the production and their responsibilities within it.”

However, despite Winslet’s reservations, Cameron said, “We’ve both, over time, been eager to work together again to see what the other is doing at that point in our lives and careers.”

He continued, “She’s very tall and she’s in charge of the set. You could swear she’s producing the movie!”

After the release of titanicWinslet said that Cameron had a “temper,” adding that “you’d have to pay me a lot of money to work with Jim again.”

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That Mare by Easttown star also said she was “really scared” of Cameron at times during filming.

In a recent interview, Winslet opened up about her decision to work with Cameron again despite her initial reservations, explaining that the director is “a lot calmer now.”

Cameron seemed to agree with her observation and told radio times that he’s “much softer now” than he used to be.

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The way of the water is the first of four planned Avatar sequels that Cameron will release every two years until 2028.

The first review of Avatar: The Way of Water has arrived courtesy of Guillermo del Toro, who has been granted a screening of the film.

It will be in cinemas – in 3D – on December 16th.

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