Kate Winslet Says Jack Could’ve Fit On Titanic Door But There’s A Catch

She continued, “So, you heard it here for the first time. Yes, he could have fit on that door, but it would not have stayed afloat. It wouldn’t.”

During the podcast, Kate Winslet also spoke about the intense body shaming she went through in her early twenties, which was used against her in the infamous door debate. “Apparently, I was too fat,” she told host Josh Horowitz.

“Isn’t it awful? Why were they so mean to me? They were so mean. I wasn’t even fucking fat.”

This isn’t the first time Winslet has opened up about this experience. In 2021, she described the “straight-up cruel” treatment she received in an interview with The Guardian. “It was almost laughable how shocking, how critical, how straight-up cruel tabloid journalists were to me,” she said at the time.

“I was still figuring out who the hell I bloody well was! They would comment on my size, they’d estimate what I weighed, they’d print the supposed diet I was on. It was critical and horrible and so upsetting to read.”

Unfortunately, the problem hasn’t gone away. While discussing her recent HBO hit series Mare of Easttown in a New York Times interview, Winslet recalled director Craig Zobel promising to cut her “bulgy bit of belly” from a sex scene. Her response: “Don’t you dare!”

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