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Kate Winslet talks 'Titanic,' says DiCaprio could've fit on infamous floating door

By Marilyn Malara
Kate Winslet talks 'Titanic,' says DiCaprio could've fit on infamous floating door
Actress Kate Winslet attends the 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall in Los Angeles, Calif. on January 30, 2016. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo

NEW YORK, Feb. 2 (UPI) -- British actress Kate Winslet agrees she allowed Leonardo DiCaprio's Titanic character drown in one of the film's most famous scenes.

Speaking with television host Jimmy Kimmel Monday night, Winslet, 40, says she felt both she and DiCaprio could've fit on the infamous floating door that saved her character's life but left her co-star to sink to the frozen depths.

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"I think he could have actually fitted on that bit of door," the Steve Jobs actress said, 20 years after Titanic's release.

"People are always so excited to see Leo and myself in the same space, which, you know, at the end of the day, that's so lovely, isn't it? It's been 20 years," she said to applause. "It's really quite endearing. And we do laugh about it," Winslet added. "We were giggling about it last night. People still get so overwhelmed with the Jack and Rose thing."

Titanic is still one of the world's most celebrated films since it became a global hit after its 1997 release. Starring DiCaprio as the young Jack Dawson and Winslet as the aristocratic Rose DeWitt Bukater, the James Cameron film quickly became a beloved classic still referenced today.

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