Kate Winslet was left traumatised after filming Titanic, says James Cameron

KATE Winslet was left traumatised by filming Titanic, according to its director James Cameron.

A atriz, agora 47, became a global star thanks to the 1997 epic.

The actress was propelled to stardom by 1997's Titanic. Pictured with director James Cameron

The actress was propelled to stardom by 1997’s Titanic. Pictured with director James CameronCrédito: Getty
Kate starred alongside Leo DeCaprio in the Oscar-winning drama

Kate starred alongside Leo DeCaprio in the Oscar-winning dramaCrédito: Alamy
Avatar: Way of the Water is aiming to smash box office records

Avatar: Way of the Water is aiming to smash box office recordsCrédito: Getty

But Cameron, who is working with her again on his Avatar sequência, disse: “I think Kate came out of Titanic a bit traumatised by the scale of the production and her responsibility within it.”

Não obstante, two decades on, they were eager to work together again on The Way Of Water.

Cameron, 68, brincou: “She’s very large and in charge on set. You’d swear she was producing.”

The director also compared Avatar to the Terminator franchise.

Ele disse: “It’s simple. Se Exterminador do Futuro 1 had failed, there wouldn’t have been a Terminator 2.

“It’s possible, maybe even probable, that in our post-Covid streaming marketplace we won’t be able to achieve the levels that make (four more Avatar movies) a sound business proposition.”