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Seventeen years have passed since Jack drew that naked portrait of Rose in "Titanic," but the scene still haunts Kate Winslet. Last month, while at the Los Angeles premiere of "Divergent," a fan handed Winslet a copy of the nude portrait to sign while on the red carpet. The image was a version of the one Jack Leonardo DiCaprio draws for Rose, who asks him to draw her "like one of his French girls" wearing nothing but the Heart of the Ocean necklace, in the blockbuster film.
December 19 marks 20 years since the Titanic officially hit theaters. The epic romantic-disaster film, which is based on the real-life sinking of the RMS Titanic in Aprilwas directed by James Cameron and tells the fictional story of two members of different social classes who fall in love. The movie is three-hours too long, but that's OK because we're literally obsessed with it.
Actress Kate Winslet is still "haunted" by her nude scene in 'Titanic' and refuses to sign pictures or drawings of her body from the movie. The Oscar-winning actress stripped down for an intimate moment in the blockbuster, during which her co-star and friend Leonardo DiCaprio's character, Jack Dawson, draws a picture of her character Rose DeWitt Bukater's naked body. She admits she finds some parts of the movie "very uncomfortable" to watch and refuses to sign photographs or recreations of the original drawing. The year-old beauty told Yahoo!
Kate Winslet says that the famous Titanic scene in which she reclines on a sofa naked while a young DiCaprio draws her makes her feel uncomfortable, even 17 years on. Why would you do that? They were asking me to sign it.
We're sure posing naked for Leonardo DiCaprio in Titanic seemed like a great idea at the time, but Kate Winslet is still living with her decision to go totes nude. The news comes after a fan was photographed shoving a massive copy of the portrait at Kate during the premiere of her new film, Divergent. When asked whether she signed the picture, Kate admitted she didn't.
She is particularly known for her work in period dramas and tragedies, and is often drawn to portraying troubled women. Winslet is the recipient of several accoladesincluding three British Academy Film Awardsand is among the few performers to have won Academy, Emmy, and Grammy Awards. Her first screen appearance, at the age of 15, was in the British television series Dark Season
Kate Winslet is an Oscar-winning actress with countless films under her belt, yet she can't seem to escape one particular scene. It's hard to forget how timeless the thenyear-old actress looked when she posed with the Heart of the Ocean necklace and nothing else in 's "Titanic. For Winslet, her fans won't let her forget it. In fact, nearly 17 years after that celebrated scene appeared on the big screen, her devotees are still asking her to autograph photos from it.
With 14 Oscar nominations and 11 wins, James Cameron's "Titanic," the highest-grossing film in history till "Avatar" came along inhas made headlines again for a famous nude sketch of its star Kate Winslet. When contacted by ABCNews. Martin Nolan, executive director of Julian's Auctions, another entertainment memorabilia auction house in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The Titanic movie is still the second biggest movie of all time, and one of the most famous scenes from that movie has to be the infamous drawing scene in which Rose Dawson is naked, and asks Jack Dawson to please draw her wearing an incredibly large ocean-blue diamond on a jeweled chain. Some people who love the Titanic movie claim that the drawing scene is their favorite one of the movie, but here are some interesting facts about that scene that will make Titanic fans every happy to read about. Imagine how terrifying it had to have been for Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, two people to have never met before to suddenly find themselves face to face, and having to do a nude scene together.