The 1997 “Titanic” was a blockbuster film in and of itself. Looking back at the film, we can clap back at the golden days of Hollywood. The movie was a blockbuster hit and was watched by billions of people across the world. Even today, fans tune in to watch the most romantic and epic saga of the late 90s.
Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Kathy Bates, and Billy Zane, it is an entertaining literary piece - even today, after two decades. Thus, the worldwide fame of "Titanic" is just one tip of the iceberg as it turned out to be a game-changer for Kate Winslet - who starred in the film along with Leonardo DiCaprio.
It was the scale of the project that made Kate Winslet traumatized after shooting the film, the director of “Titanic” reveals. Kate Winslet saw a career flex after starring in the 1997 romance film. Of course, it was for the first time in her career that the 29 years old Hollywood star acted in a film along with Hollywood creme de la creme, Leonardo DiCaprio. Arguably, “Titanic” was the film that enabled Kate Winslet to achieve worldwide fame. There is no doubt about that. And we all know that very well.
The Director of "Titanic" Speaks Up About the Experience of Kate Winslet
But what James Cameroon, the director of the 1997 epic film, has revealed is something phenomenal. Something that we did not know before. The scale of the project was too much to ask for - for Kate Winsley - reveals James Cameroon. Furthermore, he highlights that the leading star of “Titanic” went through a bit of trauma after shooting for the 1997 blockbuster.
In an interview, the director of “Titanic” opens up about his relationship with Kate Winslet and her contributions to the 1997 blockbuster film. We have been working together for many projects, says Cameroon adding that he has found Winsley a “true professional.” But he argues that Kate's responsibilities were too much in the 1997 blockbuster film.
Furthermore, James Cameroon reveals that he and Kate are “eager” to collaborate in another blockbuster, “The Way of Water.” The director of “Titanic” suggests that Kate Winslet is “eager” to work with James Cameroon on this project. And so is he.
Nonetheless, it is essential to note here that James Cameroon and Kate Winslet have been working together for the last two decades now. Winslet, now 48, saw the climax of her career when she starred in Cameroon’s blockbuster “Titanic.”
Now, the director of “Titanic” acknowledged the work burden and pressure that was put on Winslet in the production of the 1997 blockbuster film. The way forward? Well, they will be collaborating on the next avatar sequel called “The Way of Water.”