Titanic – Film

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Titanic Film DetailsĀ 

TitanicĀ is a 1997 AmericanĀ epicĀ romanceĀ andĀ disaster filmĀ directed, written, produced, and co-edited byĀ James Cameron. Incorporating both historical and fictionalized aspects, it is based on accounts of theĀ sinkingĀ of theĀ RMSĀ TitanicĀ and starsĀ Kate WinsletĀ andĀ Leonardo DiCaprioĀ as members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ship during its ill-fated maiden voyage. The film also featuresĀ Billy Zane,Ā Kathy Bates,Ā Frances Fisher,Ā Gloria Stuart,Ā Bernard Hill,Ā Jonathan Hyde,Ā Victor Garber, andĀ Bill Paxton.

Cameron’s inspiration for the film came from his fascination withĀ shipwrecks; he felt a love story interspersed with the human loss would be essential to convey the emotional impact of the disaster. Production began on September 1, 1995, when Cameron shot footage of the actualĀ TitanicĀ wreck. The modern scenes on the research vesselĀ were shot on board theĀ Akademik Mstislav Keldysh, which Cameron had used as a base when filming the wreck.Ā Scale models,Ā computer-generated imagery, and a reconstruction of theĀ TitanicĀ built atĀ Baja StudiosĀ were used to re-create the sinking. The film was co-financed byĀ Paramount PicturesĀ andĀ 20th Century Fox; the former handled distribution in North America while the latter released the film internationally. It was theĀ most expensive film ever madeĀ at the time, with a production budget of $200Ā million. Filming took place from July 1996 to March 1997.

Upon its release on December 19, 1997,Ā TitanicĀ achieved significant critical and commercial success, and then receivedĀ numerous accolades. It was praised for its visual effects, performances (particularly DiCaprio, Winslet, and Stuart), production values, Cameron’s direction, musical score, cinematography, story, and emotional depth. Nominated for 14Ā Academy Awards, it tiedĀ All About EveĀ (1950) for the most Oscar nominations, and won 11, including the awards forĀ Best PictureĀ andĀ Best Director, tyingĀ Ben-HurĀ (1959) for the most Oscars won by a single film. With an initial worldwide gross of over $1.84Ā billion,Ā TitanicĀ was the first film to reach the billion-dollar mark. It remainedĀ the highest-grossing film of all timeĀ until Cameron’s next film,Ā Avatar, surpassed it in 2010. A number of re-releases since 1997 have pushed the film’s worldwide total to $2.249Ā billion, making it the second film to gross more than $2Ā billion worldwide (afterĀ Avatar). It was also selected for preservation in the United StatesĀ National Film RegistryĀ in 2017 for being “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant”.



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CAST

  • Kate WinsletĀ as Rose DeWitt Bukater: Cameron said Winslet “had the thing that you look for” and that there was “a quality in her face, in her eyes,” that he “just knew people would be ready to go the distance with her”. Rose is a 17-year-old girl, originally fromĀ Philadelphia, who is forced into an engagement to 30-year-old Cal Hockley so she and her mother, Ruth, can maintain their high-class status after her father’s death had left the family debt-ridden. Rose boards the RMSĀ TitanicĀ with Cal and Ruth, as a first-class passenger, and meets Jack. Winslet said of her character, “She has got a lot to give, and she’s got a very open heart. And she wants to explore and adventure the world, but she [feels] that’s not going to happen.”Ā Gwyneth Paltrow,Ā Winona Ryder,Ā Claire Danes,Ā Gabrielle Anwar, andĀ Reese WitherspoonĀ had been considered for the role. When they turned it down, Winslet campaigned heavily for the role. She sent Cameron daily notes from England, which led Cameron to invite her toĀ HollywoodĀ for auditions. As with DiCaprio, casting directorĀ Mali FinnĀ originally brought her to Cameron’s attention. When looking for a Rose, Cameron described the character as “anĀ Audrey HepburnĀ type” and was initially uncertain about casting Winslet even after herĀ screen testĀ impressed him. After she screen tested with DiCaprio, Winslet was so thoroughly impressed with him, that she whispered to Cameron, “He’s great. Even if you don’t pick me, pick him.” Winslet sent Cameron a single rose with a card signed, “From Your Rose”, and lobbied him by phone. “You don’t understand!” she pleaded one day when she reached him by mobile phone in hisĀ Humvee. “I am Rose! I don’t know why you’re even seeing anyone else!” Her persistence, as well as her talent, eventually convinced him to cast her in the role.
  • Leonardo DiCaprioĀ as Jack Dawson: Cameron said he needed the cast to feel they were really on theĀ Titanic, to relive its liveliness, and “to take that energy and give it to Jack,Ā … an artist who is able to have his heart soar”. Jack is portrayed as an itinerant, poor orphan fromĀ Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, who has travelled the world, includingĀ Paris. He wins two third-class tickets for theĀ TitanicĀ in a poker game and travels with his friend Fabrizio. He is attracted to Rose at first sight. Her fiancĆ©’s invitation to dine with them the next evening enables Jack to mix with the first-class passengers for a night. Cameron’s original choice for the role wasĀ River Phoenix, however he died in 1993. Though established actors likeĀ Matthew McConaughey,Ā Chris O’Donnell,Ā Billy Crudup, andĀ Stephen DorffĀ were considered, Cameron felt they were too old for the part of a 20-year-old.Ā Tom CruiseĀ was interested, but hisĀ asking priceĀ was too high. Cameron consideredĀ Jared LetoĀ for the role, but Leto refused to audition.Ā Jeremy SistoĀ did a series of screen tests with Winslet and three other actresses vying for the role of Rose. DiCaprio, 21 years old at the time, was brought to Cameron’s attention by casting director Mali Finn. Initially, he did not want the role and refused to read his first romantic scene (see below). Cameron said, “He read it once, then started goofing around, and I could never get him to focus on it again. But for one split second, a shaft of light came down from the heavens and lit up the forest.” Cameron strongly believed in DiCaprio’s acting ability and told him, “Look, I’m not going to make this guy brooding and neurotic. I’m not going to give him a tic and a limp and all the things you want.” Cameron envisioned the character as being like those played byĀ James StewartĀ orĀ Gregory Peck. Although Jack Dawson was a fictional character, inĀ Fairview CemeteryĀ inĀ Halifax, Nova Scotia, where 121 victims are buried, there is a grave labeled “J. Dawson”. The real J. Dawson was Joseph Dawson, a trimmer in the engine room. “It wasn’t until after the movie came out that we found out that there was a J. Dawson gravestone,” said the film’s producer,Ā Jon Landau, in an interview.
  • Billy ZaneĀ as Caledon Hockley: Caledon is Rose’s arrogant and snobbish 30-year-old fiancĆ©, who is the heir to aĀ PittsburghĀ steel fortune. He becomes increasingly embarrassed by, jealous of, and cruel about Rose’s affection for Jack. The part was originally offered to Matthew McConaughey, andĀ Rob LoweĀ has also gone on the record as having pursued it.
  • Frances FisherĀ as Ruth DeWitt Bukater: Rose’s widowed mother, who arranges her daughter’s engagement to Cal to maintain her family’s high-society status. Like many aristocratic passengers portrayed in the film, her disposition is elitist and frivolous. She loves her daughter but believes that social position is more important than having a loving marriage. She strongly dislikes Jack, even though he saved her daughter’s life.
  • Gloria StuartĀ as Rose Dawson Calvert: Rose narrates the film in a modern-dayĀ framing device. Cameron stated, “In order to see the present and the past, I decided to create a fictional survivor who is [close to] 101 years, and she connects us in a way through history.” The 100-year-old Rose gives Lovett information regarding the “Heart of the Ocean” after he discovers a nude drawing of her in the wreck. She shares the story of her time aboard the ship, and speaks about her relationship with Jack for the first time since the sinking. At 87, Stuart had to be made up to look older for the role. Of casting Stuart, Cameron stated, “My casting director found her. She was sent out on a mission to find retired actresses from theĀ Golden Age of the thirties and forties.” Cameron said that he did not know who Stuart was, andĀ Fay WrayĀ was also considered for the role. “But [Stuart] was just so into it, and so lucid, and had such a great spirit. And I saw the connection between her spirit and [Winslet’s] spirit,” stated Cameron. “I saw thisĀ joie de vivreĀ in both of them, that I thought the audience would be able to make that cognitive leap that it’s the same person.”
  • Bill PaxtonĀ as Brock Lovett: A treasure hunter looking for the “Heart of the Ocean” in theĀ wreck of theĀ TitanicĀ in the present. Time and funding for his expedition are running out. He later reflects at the film’s conclusion that, despite thinking aboutĀ TitanicĀ for three years, he has never understood it until he hears Rose’s story.
  • Suzy AmisĀ as Lizzy Calvert: Rose’s granddaughter, who accompanies her when she visits Lovett on the ship and learns of her grandmother’s romantic past with Jack Dawson.
  • Danny NucciĀ as Fabrizio: Jack’s Italian best friend, who boards the RMSĀ TitanicĀ with him after Jack wins two tickets in a poker game. Fabrizio fails to board a lifeboat when theĀ TitanicĀ sinks and is killed when one of the ship’s funnels breaks and crashes into the water, crushing him and several other passengers to death.
  • David WarnerĀ as Spicer Lovejoy: An ex-PinkertonĀ constable, Lovejoy is Cal’s English valet and bodyguard, who keeps an eye on Rose and is suspicious about the circumstances surrounding Jack rescuing her. He dies when theĀ TitanicĀ splits in half, causing him to fall into a massive opening. Warner had appeared in the 1979 TV miniseriesĀ S.O.S. Titanic.
  • Jason BarryĀ as Tommy Ryan: An Irish third-class passenger who befriends Jack and Fabrizio. Tommy is killed when he is accidentally pushed forward and shot by a panicked First Officer Murdoch.



RELEASE

December 19, 1997

 



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