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Gus attempts repairs with Jim and Aurora's help, while Aurora still blames Jim for stealing her life.

He later learns that the Autodoc can function as a makeshift hibernation pod for Aurora.

Jim and Aurora grow closer, eventually falling in love.

After another year, Arthur inadvertently reveals the truth to Aurora after misinterpreting Jim's affirmation that he and Aurora have "no secrets" between them.

The computer module administering the fusion reactor that powers the ship has been damaged, causing the ship's escalating malfunctions. The computer attempts to vent the reactor as it has a massive reactor fire, but fails.

Jim realizes that the reactor must be vented by opening the vent hatch from the ship's exterior.

In August 2015, Sony Pictures Entertainment set the film's release date for December 21, 2016, in the United Kingdom, United States and Canada.

The film was concurrently released in 3D and Real D 3D formats, Passengers opened alongside Sing and Assassin's Creed, and was initially expected to gross around million from 3,478 theaters over its first six days of release, although the studio was projecting a more conservative million debut.

The starship Avalon is transporting 5,000 colonists and 258 crew members, in hibernation pods, to the planet Homestead II, a journey taking 120 years.

Thirty years into its journey, the ship passes through an asteroid field, which causes a malfunction.

He stated "despite the confinement and the limited cast, Passengers has moments of intense drama that take the actors to places of extreme feeling." James Dyer of Empire gave the film 4 out of 5 stars, stating the film is "as surprisingly traditional as it is undeniably effective." He described the film as "Titanic amongst the stars" and "a touching, heartfelt tale of loss and love for the Gravity generation." Peter Keough of The Boston Globe gave the film three and a half out of five stars, stating "perhaps as a well-written play for a cast of three, Passengers might have been first class.

Instead, it's just another mediocre thrill ride." Andrew Pulver of The Guardian called it an "interstellar version of social-media stalking" with "a fantastically creepy start" that, contrary to romantic comedies that manage to "plane down" the nastiness of stalking tactics, presents them in a way where "it's gruesomely inescapable".

They discover a small house amid lush vegetation on the ship's grand concourse area.