Whenever you list cult classics in world cinema, the James Cameron-directed Titanic deserves to be ranked among the top. The film which talks about real life tragedy is one of the most iconic films across the world. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in the lead roles, it epitomizes many things in cinema, including love, tragedy, and longing. But do you know, James changed something about the film when he got a chance in the future and that too a decade and a half later?
Released on December 17, 1997, Kate and Leo starrer RMS. was based on a tragic account of the real life of titanic 1992, which sank in deep water after colliding with an iceberg. It features Winslet as Rose and Leonardo as Jack. Two stars from different sections of the society crossed lovers. While their love blossoms in four days, destiny has different plans. Jack dies and Rose lives to dream of him all the time.
when everything seemed right Movies Finished. The fact that it was a huge success at the box office and was appreciated by the audience and critics is a testament. But for James Cameron, it was not as innocent. Reason being, after 15 years when he got a chance to revive it, he made a change. Read on to know everything you need to know about the same.
According to ScreenRant, in 2012 when James Cameron was re-mastering Titanic in 3D and making it in 4K resolution, he decided to turn the sky into one of the most iconic scenes ever. The sequence climaxes where Jack is in the water and Rose is on the infamous plank. The filmmaker made the night sky completely red which was shown while drifting in the ocean.
For the unknown, James Cameron’s change in Titanic came when Neil deGrasse Tyson pointed out unusual star patterns in the sky. He emailed Cameron that Rose would not see such a pattern in the sky there. change like this. Responding to the mail, Cameron asked Tyson to send him the right stars and he would cast them in the film. And a similarly recreated scene is scientifically accurate.
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