Titanic door controversy: Celine Dion has thoughts on Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet's epic scene

Updated on Nov 20, 2019 06:39 PM IST  |  3M
   
Titanic door controversy: Celine Dion has thoughts on Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet's epic scene
Titanic door controversy: Celine Dion has thoughts on Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet's epic scene
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The James Cameron directorial which released in the year 1997, still has fans debating about the door controversy which had lead stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet featuring in it. The scene where Kate Winslet's character Rose is floating on a door, sparked a controversy. Fans and film audience have been debating for very long now that even Leonardo DiCaprio's character Jack could have climbed on to it, instead of freezing to death in the ice-cold water. Now, 'My Heart Will Go On' singer Celine Dion has opened up about the Titanic door controversy.

The 'It's All Coming Back to Me Now' singer Celine Dion spoke about the epic scene between Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet on Jimmy Fallon's popular talk show. The Where Does My Heart Beat Now singer said that Leonardo DiCaprio's character Jack did not need an invitation to get on to that door and settle next to Rose. She further added that Kate Winslet's character Rose, looked quite frozen and almost dead in that particular scene. The Loved Me Back to Life singer also states that, if the fans have watched the film and that scene very closely, one can point out that Leonardo DiCaprio's character Jack may be so frozen due to the ice cold water of the ocean that he could barely have the strength to climb a top the floating door.

The singer initially was very reluctant to answer the questions about the controversy which just doesn't seem to die down. Well, now that the singer has spoken up, hope the fans have some answers to their questions about why Leonardo DiCaprio's character did not climb onto that floating door in the film.

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