It looks like Chinese schools don’t teach the adage “Look, but don’t touch”: Nude scenes of Kate Winslet posing for a drawing in Titanic 3D have been banned in Chinese theaters for fear that moviegoers will reach out with their hands in attempts to touch certain body parts prominently displayed onscreen, according to Chinese website Offbeat China. READ FULL STORY »
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Near, far, wherever you are — don’t bother trying to serenade Kate Winslet with a certain Celine Dion ballad. The Academy Award winner told MTV News yesterday that Titanic‘s bombastic theme song makes her sort of seasick: “I do feel like throwing up” after hearing it, she said with a laugh. To quote another ’90s icon: That was way harsh, Rose.
In the interview, Winslet does manage to convey her annoyance without sounding spoiled or entitled. “I have loads of funny stories” thanks to the film, she explains. Either way, I can’t help feeling for the woman — imagine if people insisted on playing a Celine Dion song every time you walked into a room. (Well, any Celine song besides “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now.” That song rules.) Watch Winslet’s interview below. READ FULL STORY »
Remember that time Kate Winslet was a superhero? If you don’t, the L.A. Times can jog your memory. They caught Winslet’s recent interview on The Graham Norton Show, in which she detailed her brave and bra-less rescue of Richard Branson’s 90-year-old mother from a fire on Branson’s private Necker Island. “It really was like being in a movie,” said Winslet as she hilariously retold the tale. Should we officially start writing up the petition for a Best Anecdotes Oscar category? See Winslet’s full account after the jump. READ FULL STORY »
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