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One of the best things about the never-ending fascination with Titanic is that a new behind-the-scenes fact seems to come out about the 1997 film every year. From discovering that Matthew McConaughey was originally supposed to play Jack instead of Leonardo DiCaprio, to the fact Celine Dion's iconic "My Heart Will Go On" almost never happened, it seems there's no shortage of fun facts that are still waiting to be revealed. And now, we have another one to add to our list: apparently DiCaprio hated one of the film's most iconic lines.
While sitting down with BBC's Movies That Made Me series, director James Cameron got on the subject of Jack's famous scene at the bow of the ship with his friend Fabrizio (Danny Nucci), where he shouts, "I'm the king of the world!"
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"It was made up on the spot. I was in a crane basket, and we were losing the light. I had tried this and we had tried that, tried this line and that line and it was just coming up snake eyes," Cameron explains. "And I said, 'Alright, I've got one for you. Just say, 'I'm the king of the world,' and just spread your arms out wide and...
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