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Kate Winslet Says ‘Titanic’ Fame Was So ‘Horrible’ That ‘You Bet Your F—ing Life I’ Chose Smaller Films After: ‘My Life Was Unpleasant’

Kate Winslet said in a new interview with Net-a-Porter that she actively took roles in smaller, independent films after the record-breaking success of “Titanic” because the fame that resulted in starring in James Cameron’s epic was “horrible.” Winslet was just 22 years old when “Titanic” opened in 1997 and became a cultural phenomenon. It won […]

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