Leonardo DiCaprio gave Brad Pitt a cold shoulder when the actor asked about the famous scene at the end of the Titanic.
DiCaprio, Pitt and Margo Robbie joined MTV News to discuss their upcoming Hollywood Hollywood movie, when the theme moved to the controversial scene of the 1997 Oscar-winning film. Whether Jack's character could fit on a floating door with Kate Winslet's Rose, instead of dying from hypothermia in the freezing of the North Atlantic Ocean, he remains at the head of the debates in the movies for decades after his release.
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"This is the biggest controversy in modern cinema," 29-year-old Robbie said.
But DiCaprio was not made to annoy until his stars continued to try to get an answer from him. Perhaps, right? ̵
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You ask, "Did you mention it at that time? Would you like: "Do we have to make the door smaller" when DiCaprio intervenes.
"As I said, I have no comment," said the 44-year-old Oscar winner, ending the subject with a smile. Pitt and DiCaprio took part in Quentin Tarantino's upcoming movie "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" set for release July 26. Pitt and DiCaprio took part in Quentin Tarantino's upcoming film "Once in Hollywood" market July 26.
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