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One part Titanic, one part Dante’s Peak and one part Gladiator with a dash of Jon Snow makes one movie meal we look forward to enjoying.

So, could Jack and Rose have both survived in ‘Titanic’? Mythbusters say…


Spoiler alert! Click below if you want to find out whetherTitanic’s Jack and Rose could have huddled together on that wooden board — and both lived to see the end of the movie. The answer:

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This Sunday, MythBusters takes on its most requested myth: Did Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) needlessly die in James Cameron’s Titanic, or could he and Rose (Kate Winslet) have both fit onto that piece of wood? We’ve got exclusive video from the episode on EW.com.

Guys guys guys, Kate Winslet’s first Titanic screen test is AMAZING.

1. She’s blonde. Weird!


3. Old dialogue snippet: “Listen, buster, I hate caviar!”

4. Oh yeah, did we mention Jeremy Sisto?!

Well, there go our dreams of seeingTitanic 2: The Surface become a reality.

Sorry, icebergs: You lose.

Honestly, I actually now get onto boats and say, ‘No jokes, OK? No jokes. Can we just move on from that? And if you have any jokes, let’s just get them out of the way right now. Thank you. Anyone? Jokes, jokes? OK, moving on. And then they still tell jokes.

Near, far, wherever she is, Kate Winslet can’t escape Titanic.

Before you see James Cameron’s Titanic in 3-D on April 4 — we’re all going, right? — check out this all-new paperback edition of James Cameron’s Titanic. It’s stuffed with info about the Best Picture winner — as well as 26 never-before-seen images from the film’s studio archive. See four more shots at EW.com.

Is Kate Winslet old enough to play Molly Brown at this point, do you think?

And no, we’re not talking about things like Batman or The Lord of the Rings here. What do you think—are there any non-popcorn flicks you’d like to see sequels to? (Personally, I’m still waiting for Titanic: Two the Surface.)

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