Kate Winslet remembers Body-Shamed with her gorgeous body in the titanic movie.

When asked about the criticism she received for her size in Titanic, Kate Winslet said, “I wasn’t even fat.”

After the classic Hollywood film Titanic premiere, Kate Winslet endured “borderline abusive” body shaming from fans. When Kate Winslet was “very insecure,” the 47-year-old actress opened up about the “bullying” she endured from some fans who complained she was “too overweight.”

Titanic, starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, was James Cameron’s 1997 film based on the catastrophic sinking of the RMS Titanic in 1912 after striking with an iceberg.

Finally, after 25 years, Kate Winslet is speaking out against the “Titanic” fans who have used the film’s climax to mock her physical size.

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People have always wondered if Rose (Winslet) and Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) could have fit on the raft together to survive the Atlantic’s chill. After Jack’s death from hypothermia, Rose was the lone survivor to use the makeshift raft. Winslet claims that toxic fans said that Jack’s death was due to the weight of Rose on the wooden door.

Kate Winslet remembers Body-Shamed with her gorgeous body in the titanic movie.
Kate Winslet remembers Body-Shamed with her gorgeous body in the titanic movie.

Winslet said on the “Happy Sad Confused” podcast, “Apparently, I was too overweight.” Despite appearances, I was not overweight. They behaved cruelly. Why were they being so horrible to me?

The behavior is aggressive and even abusive. The starlet said, “I would have responded against the journalists; I would have told them, “Don’t you dare treat me this way.” The actress pleaded, “Please don’t make it more difficult for me because I am a young female, I am changing, I have confidence issues, I am insecure, and I am terrified.”

Winslet has dealt with body shamers before in her illustrious career. The Oscar-winning actress stated in an interview published earlier this year in The Sunday Times that she was told to accept “fat girl” roles when she was a young performer.

Her agency was bombarded with the inquiry, “How’s her weight?” when Winslet started securing film parts. Winslet said of the pressures placed on female actresses, “it can be extremely nasty.”

The film industry, however, is seeing a fast transformation. I can still hear the voices of people asking my agent, “How is her weight?” when I was younger. This is not a joke. It’s encouraging to see progress being made.”

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Director James Cameron recently revealed that he conducted a scientific analysis to confirm that Jack and Rose could not have survived by floating on the homemade raft together. This is a significant point of contention regarding the film’s climax. The study will debut simultaneously with the upcoming 4K release of “Titanic” in theatres in February.

Cameron told The Toronto Sun, “We undertook a scientific study to finally lay this beast to rest and drive a stake through its heart.”

According to the company, “a lifeboat replica was developed while consulting a hypothermia expert and using the medical study as direction.” In February, it will have its world premiere.

Each stunt person was weighed to ensure uniformity in the placement of sensors all over and within their bodies, much like Kate and Leo. After being subjected to a battery of tests, including immersion in freezing water, Cameron said they would not have survived together. He concluded that “just one” could have been successful.


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