Everything about the movie annoyed me to no end: the cardboard characters, the cheesy dialogue and, most of all, the egregiously bloated running time during which writer-director James Cameron dawdled with his dippy young lovers while we all just wanted to watch the damn ship sink already. This meant that about once every hour I had to grab a broom and go sweep up popcorn, candy wrappers and used Kleenex while stepping over sobbing teenage girls, all to the tune of that cloying, ubiquitous Celine Dion song. I had a few hours to kill downtown between press screenings and was curious to see how the IMAX blow-up and 3D conversion had worked out, but if I can be brutally honest with you folks, I had no real intention of sitting through the whole movie again and had kinda planned on bailing out and heading to a bar after the nude scene.
Kate Winslet is still "haunted" by her nude scene in Titanic and refuses to sign pictures or drawings of her body from the movie. The Oscar-winning actress, who stripped down for an intimate moment in the blockbuster, admits she finds some parts of the movie "very uncomfortable" to watch and refuses to sign photographs or recreations of the original drawing. The year-old beauty told Yahoo!
Kate Winslet fans, be advised: she's not going to sign your pictures of her nude scene from "Titanic. One Winslet supporter learned this the hard way at a recent London premiere of "Divergent," when the fan tried to offer the actress a naked drawing of herself from the movie for an autograph. And it's like, no, I didn't mean for it to be a photograph that I would see 16, 17 years later.
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The Oscar-winning actress, who stripped down for an intimate moment in the blockbuster, during which her co-star and good pal Leonardo DiCaprio's character, Jack Dawson, draws a picture of her character Rose DeWitt Bukater's naked body, admits she finds some parts of the movie "very uncomfortable" to watch and refuses to sign photographs or recreations of the original drawing. The year-old beauty told Yahoo! Movies: "I don't sign that [picture].
Part saturnine elegy to doomed youth, part exaltation of the transcendent power of love, blockbuster disaster movie "Titanic" is delivering that sinking feeling to a whole new generation of fans. Tuesday marks two decades since Rose vowed to Jack she'd "never let go" -- before spectacularly reneging on her promise, sending her frozen-to-death paramour to a watery grave and leaving "Titaniacs" worldwide sobbing into their popcorn. The anniversary has been celebrated with screenings across the United States, and audiences are still swooning over the young lovers played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet -- now both Oscar winners and Hollywood A-listers. It seems to exist outside our daily lives.
Kate Winslet has revealed that she doesn't sign drawings or photographs of her nude scene in Titanic. The actress - who was presented with the drawing on the red carpet at the Divergent premiere in Los Angeles - said that she feels "very uncomfortable" when presented with the drawing. The year-old actress was left surprised as the gift was passed through the crowd during the premiere at the Regency Bruin Theatre.
December 19 marks 20 years since the Titanic officially hit theaters. The epic romantic-disaster film, which is based on the real-life sinking of the RMS Titanic in Aprilwas directed by James Cameron and tells the fictional story of two members of different social classes who fall in love. The movie is three-hours too long, but that's OK because we're literally obsessed with it. In celebration of its 20th anniversary, Titanic will hit theaters once again this month in 2D and 3D—although we're stoked, we still have questions!