James Cameron uses science to prove Jack had to die on the Titanic

James Cameron is ready to ‘let go’ of the decades titanic Debate.

Since the debut of the director’s cult 1997 romance drama starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as the unhappy lovers aboard the Titanic, fans have adamantly argued that Jack’s (DiCaprio) death was avoidable.

Towards the end of the film, after the Titanic capsizes, Winslet’s rose is floating on top of a door with her lover Jack hanging from it in the water beside her before eventually freezing to death.

Alongside Winslet and DiCaprio, who previously addressed the controversial plot point, Cameron justified the film’s ending in a 2017 interview by saying, “Did [Jack] lived, the end of the film would have been meaningless.”

Now Cameron will eliminate all naysayers “once and for all” with “scientific” evidence.

In conversation with the toronto sun, while promoting his highly anticipated film, Avatar: The Way of WaterCameron revealed: “We have since performed a thorough forensic analysis with a hypothermia expert who reproduces the raft from the film.”

The process of this (along with the results) will be published in a National Geographic February special, along with the traditional Valentine’s Day cinematic re-release of titanic

Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in Titanic

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“We took two stunt people who were exactly the body measurements of Kate and Leo,” Cameron explained of the process, “and we put sensors all over and inside them, and we dunked them in ice water and tested them to see if they did.” they could have survived by this method or that.”

“And the answer was there was no way they both could survive, only one could survive,” he shared.

“So we actually did a scientific study to end this whole thing and put a stake in her heart once and for all.”

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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