People really care about Titanic. Nearly 20 years later and audiences all over are still mulling over the happy ending star-crossed lovers Jack Dawson and Rose DeWitt Bukater were robbed of—in part because of Rose—as well as audiences. Titanic (movie) truthers have already proven how both Jack and Rose physically could've fit on the floating door and survived. Who knows if Kate Winslet saw the proof or if she's known in her heart of (blue diamond hearts) all along as she recently admitted she thought the door could've held the two. Leonardo DiCaprio is breaking his silence on what he thinks about Doorgate, sort of.
In the event you haven't watched the largest grossing movie in history it's based on the real events of the R.M.S. Titanic, which is currently being made a replica of because no one's superstitious nowadays . The Titanic crashed into an iceberg and over a thousand people on board died. In the movie Jack saves Rose by having her lie down on a floating door (a piece of debris from the wreck) while he freezes in subzero waters, eventually dying. "You're gonna die an old, old lady, warm in her bed. Not here, not this night, not like this," Jack tells Rose and that's exactly what happens.
Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! earlier this month Winslet addressed the door debacle. "I think [Jack] could have actually fitted on that bit of door," said Winslet agreeing. Jack should have thought straight and Rose could've insisted he get on but it's time to move on.
Winslet is personally helping grieving audiences with some closure finally letting them know how DiCaprio feels about Jack's fate. At the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards on Feb. 14. Winslet was asked what DiCaprio thought about Doorgate on the red carpet. She responded: "No, funnily enough he doesn't [bring it up]. He really doesn't care about the door."
DiCaprio, who also attended the BAFTAs walking away with a Best Actor award, is more likely to care about not being able to vape at the Academy Awards.