James Cameron wants to help Mythbusters prove that Jack and Rose could not have both occupied that door-raft
For a while now, there’s been a debate among some on the internet regarding one of the near ending scenes in Titanic, where Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) freezes to death in the north Atlantic while Rose (Kate Winslet) is relatively safe, floating on a broken door. Many seem to think that both Jack and Rose could have fit on the door, but James Cameron insists that the scene is correct, and only one person could have fit on the door. And he’s going on Mythbusters to prove it.
Too soon? Really? Plug gets pulled on Titanic drain stopper because it upsets members of Titanic survivor’s family
It’s been 100 years since the Titanic sank… isn’t 100 years plenty of time to turn a disaster into kitschy bathroom items? I think so. Some of the family members of people on the Titanic don’t think so and they got all whiny and bitchy about a company that made a Titanic bath stopper. Waaah.
With the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the “unsinkable” Titanic approaching, National Geographic has some brand new stunning images of the wreck site, giving an eerie look at that sunken ship you’ve probably already seen pictures of a thousand times.
As sad as the sinking of the Italian cruiseliner the Costa Concordia was, there’s an odd bit of sad irony in the story— apparently, as the ship was going down, Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” was playing across the boat as it hit rocks off the Italian island of Giglo. That’s what happens when you play Celine Dion on a cruise. God gets angry.
James Cameron’s Titanic made more money worldwide than anything ever, so it’s not surprising that filmmakers in other countries might try a localized version and somewhat replicate the success of James Cameron. But this is Nigeria, so what you’re getting in a Titanic remake here is really awful acting, dismal camera work mixed with some really low rent stock footage.
Sadly, the video is non-embeddable the bastards (Why the hell do people do that?) but you can check out this horror of Nigerian filmmaking here.
Thanks to Darsh for the link