Titanic actress Kate Winslet has revealed how she was very excited whilst sitting in her seat, with her 3D glasses on, preparing to watch Titanic 3D. However, Kate admitted that once she saw herself on the big screen in 3D, she wanted it to end as quick as it had started.
Winslet told Daybreak, "Nothing could prepare me for seeing myself on the big screen after 16 years. I saw the film twice at the time and I haven't seen it since. I put my [3D] glasses on, really excited, and the second my face came on I was like, 'Oh my God, make it stop. Is that what I looked like? Look at what Leo looked like!'
She added, "It's as if they said, 'We're going to take a home video of you, for three and a half hours, and make people around the world watch it'. I look back at that time of my life, I remember thinking, 'I'm grown up and headstrong'. I look back now and I didn't have a clue.”
Kate continued, "Only in the last couple of years, I've figured it out, or more out. And now I have a feeling that I get it. It was hard being that famous that quickly."
Titanic 3D is released in the US on April 4 and in the UK on April 6.