Cameron admits after 25 years: Jack could have escaped with Rose
James Cameron has finally admitted what he has tried in every way for 25 years to deny: Jack could have survived!
The tragic end of Titanic, which has moved the whole world to tears, could have been avoided, says the director.
Cameron, who scored his first big hit with the film that catapulted Leonardo DiCaprio to stardom in the 90s alongside Kate Winslet, had repeatedly denied a happy ending between Jack and Rose.
But in a recent interview on a NatGeo special titled "Titanic: 25 Years Later," he says, "The final verdict: Jack could have survived."
"We released Titanic 25 years ago," Cameron says, "but there's one thing some fans just can't accept: They insist that Jack could have survived if he'd climbed that floating part with Rose."
And precisely in a recent test, several experiments were carried out that refute the previous ones, according to which two people in the same facility where Rose was being held would not have escaped.
According to the last test both could have survived and the film would have the ending: "And they lived happily ever after".