Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie Talk About Titanic: Could Jack Have Fit on the Door?
Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie will be seen together in upcoming flick Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, releasing worldwide on 26th July 2019
Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film -- Once Upon A Time In Hollywood -- features Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, who are working together for the first time during their long and legendary Hollywood careers. Leo will be seen in the role of Rick Dalton, a struggling actor from the 60s, while Brad will be playing Cliff Booth, who is Rick’s stunt double. Along with the two stars, Margot Robbie will also be seen in the movie as Sharon Tate, who was the Manson family's famous murder victim.
The three stars are currently busy with the promotions of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. In an interview with MTV News, Leo was quizzed about the climax of his 1997 epic film, Titanic, in which he played the lead character Jack, with co-star Kate Winslet playing the female lead, Rose.
One of the most popular and controversial questions raised regarding the modern classic is whether Jack could have survived in the end by fitting on the floating piece of a broken door. Leo was asked this question again on the MTV interview to which Margot responded with, ‘Oh my god, I thought about it. I remember bawling my eyes out!’ Leo however said that he had no comment while Brad joked, ‘That is fun. Well, I’m going to go back and look now, certainly.’
Margot highlighted that this question was the most controversial in Hollywood’s history and Leonardo agreed with her. The actress asked him whether he had requested for a bigger door, while Brad said Leo could have squeezed but Leonardo still declined to comment. In 2017, his Titanic co-star Kate Winslet had however responded to this question, at an award show, saying that she believed Jack could have fit on the door. While Titanic fans are still looking for answers to this question, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is set to release worldwide on 26th July, 2019.