Listen: Bill Paxton, James Cameron, Rose discussed on The Canon
"GE, these windows are nine inches thick, and if I go it Sinar in two microseconds. All right. Are in two microseconds. Now I, I have a theory about Bill Paxton Bill. Paxton is James Cameron? Interesting. I believe this because James Cameron wanna make Titanic film basically. So he could just go check out Titanic a hundred percent wine to do this. He was in this merciful with the fragile glass. He actually almost wrecked his submersible on the proud of that. Like as though he's taking the piss out of himself now he actually did that. He tore off the camera housing because he was steering crazy. He is saying, I know you guys think that I'm this just grave. Robber is sort of what they were calling the Bill, Paxton character here, kind of what people were saying about James, Cameron general making fun of this movie saying it was gonna fail saying that he couldn't do it, and he is putting himself in this movie in a way that I think allows you to make fun of him and say, yeah, you are callous. Maybe you are callous and then he gets to prove to you that he's not well. I mean, the redemption ark in many respects of Bill paxton's character is that you his character realizes he goes, I missed, I missed. What the Titanic was. I was just there to be a treasure hunter, but now I understand there's so much beauty in depth. There's so much more there. And I think that's a journey that he went on when he decided to go diving for the Titanic, then writing the script and then making the film you leave with a respect. And when you look at the site in the beginning of the movie, you're looking at it like, oh, cool, shipwreck and that the Andrew like, oh, so many people died here because you feel it, you feel the end and you know the end of the movie by the way was going to be a little bit different. And I would argue a little bit Lamer. This is what happens at the end. It's the same idea, arose goes to the back of the ship, and she's about to pure over kind of duplicating what we saw her do in the beginning Bill Paxton and her daughter catcher think that she's committing suicide. And this happens. Don't come any closer. I'll drop it. He had it the entire time. The hardest part of helping. So poor was being so rich, but every time I thought about selling it, I thought of Cal. And somehow I made it without his help. Shit look rose. I don't know what to say to a woman who tries to jump off the Titanic when it's not seeking and then jumps back on when it is. Dealing with logic here. I know that, but please. Think about this first second. I thought about this for years, and I've come all the way here to put it back where it belongs. White. Just let me hold it in my hand, I seen because you don't know where your loyalty is. Your should be one hundred percent with rose. She just survived the fucking Titanic. But instead you're looking at the desperation and Bill paxton's is and being like, why is that crazy later? Gonna throw that diamond away. He really wants it. Could I ask you question about this whole Bill Paxton segment? I mean, rose is kind of like trolling him hard, right? Because she sees him on the news and she's like, oh, I want to get there. I want to talk to him, but she doesn't have any information. And she doesn't even pretend to have any information and the just kind of move her into the boat like it seems so much easier for Bill to go to her than for her to go to the boat. You sound a lot like bullet faced guy. Is like she's a lawyer. She's a nutcase. There's so much hostility towards this old rose. Even when she shows up. He's like, she's an actress, right? I wanna talk about rose as she starts to guide Bill Paxton into her memory because this rose who shows up. She's not just some like sappy old woman. She's tough as nails and we hear it in her voice. We hear this personality that we're gonna see, Kate Winslet embody now I, I wanna listen to the way that Cameron uses sound effects and muffled glimpses."