Shot back a scene because the wrong constellation
After the film was widely screened, Astronomer Neil deGrasse Tyson sent an email to director James Cameron. In email, he wrote that in the scene which Rose was lying on the door and looking at the sky, the constellation on the screen was not constellations that Rose should have seen in reality at that time and place. So when 3D version was released in 2012, James Cameron decided to return to the scene for the movie to be true.
James Cameron decided to return to the scene for the movie to be true in movie version
The movie based on true love story
Surely fans of the movie remember an emotional scene when the ship sank. It is an image of an elderly couple hugging each other in bed to wait for their last moments of life. These two characters are based on the real model of Ida and Isidor Straus, the founder of the chain store Macy’s. They were on the Titanic and sank it when the disaster happened.
Thousand dollars sketch of James Cameron
This sketch is auctioned in 2011 and paid the price is 16,000 USD
In the movie, Mr. Jack sketched Rose with a pencil. In fact, this was the hand drawings of director James Cameron. This sketch is auctioned in 2011 and paid the price is 16,000 USD.
Man left Titanic at the latest
In an interview, the director said that because he wanted to reproduce the most detailed Titanic, he dived into the wreck several times to observe and record. As a result, perhaps he was on the ship longer than any passenger.
Most decorative details are true to history
Almost the decoration, the design in the film is the same as the historic ship. The film crew also hired White Star Line to participate in the film production process. This is the company that designed and built for the real Titanic.
More than 1 million for a minute of movies
Titanic’s final build was 195 minutes long, while the film’s production cost was $ 200 million. That means that every minute on the screen costs more than $ 1 million. Fox and Cameron’s production team had a tense “fight” because the filmmaking process was prolonged and funding was too much.
Use expensive fish eggs to make film
To create a feeling of upscale in the scenes, the crew did not regret spending g money. According to Vanity Fair quoted the stuntman for Leonardo DiCaprio, the Titanic actors were served Beluga caviar. This expensive dish costs 3,200 to 4,500 USD per pound (about 450 grams).
To create a feeling of upscale in the scenes, the crew did not regret spending
Leonardo DiCaprio brought the pet to the studio
According to a stuntman for Leo, this handsome actor often brings a pet of a lizard to the studio.
The impromptu dialogue becomes the symbol of the film
In the classic scene when Jack holds her hand, Rose stands in front of the bow, saying: I’m king of the world !. This statement is in fact not in the script. It was Leo who spontaneously uttered, and this sentence became one of the film’s most impressive sentences.
The crew was poisoned
During the last days of the crew in Nova Scotia, someone dropped the PCP (a hallucinogen called angel dust) into a clam soup. This incident caused 80 people to experience paranoia. Many people were hospitalized but fortunately no one had long-term sequelae. When Cameron realized in the poisoned food, he immediately gripped his throat to vomit the food.
150 super mass actors
In order to avoid hiring many additional actors and losing training in the way of standing, gesturing in 1912, the crew hired 150 people to form a core supporting cast. These people must follow a course to accurately reproduce the way of that period.
Jack is based on the life of a famous author, Jack London
Real life version of Jack
Jack is based on the life of a famous author, Jack London, who lived at the same time as the real Titanic. He is famous for works such as Calling the Wilderness and White Fangs. In his youth, London also worked as a sailor.
Jack could have lived
According to scientists, Jack could lie on the door with Rose. They even did the experiment to prove this. However, in a recent interview, after being too fed up with being asked about this absurdity by James, James Cameron answered briefly: “Jack must die because of the script like that.”
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