Kate Winslet and Stephen Colbert Recreate 'Titanic' Ending

It's about time

She explained that, contrary to some circulating factoids, she suffered from hypothermia, not pneumonia, from spending so long in the icy water, and that while her son has seen some of the film (in its 3-D re-release) she covered his eyes during the racier bit.

I really love Cousins' adherence to the belief that Jack was a player, even in giving up the door and ostensibly killing himself for Rose. Yes I was 20 years old.

Secondly: Let Winslet's howl of triumph serve as further confirmation that, yes, we all wanted this to be the ending of Titanic. "So whether it was that, or whether a smokestack fell on him, he was going down". There was a lot of people in the water. The phenomenon of the film received nearly hysterical coverage in the media, and we heard tell of girls and women seeing the film a dozen times or more as if that were insane, rather than indicating an underserved audience eating up a story that finally spoke to them. In celebration of the film's twentieth anniversary, Stephen Colbert asked Kate Winslet a boatload of questions, including 'What happened?' - Rose did indeed let him go. I'm still of the belief there was room on the door for both of them. "He could have fit on that door!"

With Colbert playing the role of Jack, and his desk playing the role of the door, Winslet climbed onto the desk and pulled Colbert up.

Jack and Rose get a do-over on "The Late Show".

And this time, all it took was a scoot. "His best choice was to keep his upper body out of the water and hope to get pulled out by a boat or something before he died".



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