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James Cameron Says New ‘Titanic’ Investigation Will Finally Settle That Jack And Rose ‘Door’ Debate Once And For All

James Cameron A new “Titanic” Investigation will eventually settle the Jack-Rose dispute “door” Fans have been speculating for almost three decades about the fates for both of the characters in his 1997 disaster-romance movie.

Cameron said that the National Geographic documentary “The Secret Life of National Geographic” was his favourite. “Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron,” recreated the famed floating door scene and proved whether or not Leonardo DiCaprio’s character, Jack, could have survived by climbing onto the debris in the middle of the freezing waters, USA Today Recently reported.

Cameron first shot down the fan theory that it was a door at all during a Television Critics Association panel.

“A new investigation we’ve just done will settle this fan-based question about Jack and Rose and a piece of floating debris, which everyone calls a door,” The director shared.

“It’s technically not a door,” He continued, before noting that “it’s a piece of wood paneling from the first-class cabin.”

In honor of the film’s 25th anniversary, the documentary has scientifically recreated the exact situation from the film where Rose managed to survive floating on what was believed to be a door, but Jack perished in the freezing waters after the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

Titanic: 25 Years Later, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the film @JimCameron This will end the debate: Could Jack have survived? National Geographic will have the answer Sunday, February 5th at 9/8c.

— National Geographic TV (@NatGeoTV) January 14, 2023

The documentary hired two stunt doubles with similar sizes to DiCaprio and Winslet’s characters who were placed in 56-degree water. Cameron stated that the documentary was then. “doubled the time for every stage” The recreation was used for this investigation. Fox News noted.

“That actually plots out quite accurately according to the algorithms,” Cameron was part of the “scientific approach” To determine if Jack would have survived, he could have pulled himself onto the floating debris and Rose instead of staying in the water.

“We weren’t trying to prove or disprove anything, we’re just trying to say, ‘If you do this, does it make it better?’” He added.

“Across four tests, we came to some pretty hard and fast conclusions,” The film’s director continued without divulging what they had found.

National Geographic will air the documentary on February 5, 2012.

Related: Kate Winslet, James Cameron Share Opinions On Infamous ‘Titanic’ Door Debate

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