Let’s start with the leading characters. Although, according to Cameron, "Rose DeWitt Bukater" and "Jack Dawson" are fictitious characters, but there really was a passenger called J. Dawson on the Titanic. His first name was not Jack though, but Joseph, and he was a part of the ship’s crew. Nonetheless, there are still fans out there who still lay down flowers on the grave of the wrong Mr. Dawson...
'Titanic' Movie Facts & Trivia
On the April 15 1912 the unsinkable ship, the "RMS Titanic", sank in the Atlantic. 85 years later, director James Cameron brought the legend back and on the big screen. Nonetheless, there are still some facts and myths even the biggest and most passionate fans of the films are not aware of. But we will disclose some of those secrets for you. Let's go!
On April 15th, 1912, the famous "RMS Titanic" sank after a collision with an iceberg. Over 85 years later, director James Cameron returned the historic event to the big screen.
Titanic: 13 Myths & Facts About The Legendary Movie
With the movies release, there were several different facts and myths that the movie was able to bring to light. Well, we think a fact check is way overdue... Check out the gallery to find out more!