'Oh God, make it stop!' Kate Winslet was left cringing at herself in first peek of Titanic 3D
Surely most Hollywood stars choose their profession to marvel at themselves on the silver screen.
But Kate Winslet admits she wanted to 'block my ears' when witnessing the legendary Titanic in 3D.
The epic disaster film, in which the British actress starred alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, is being re-released to honour the 100th anniversary since the sinking of the famous cruise ship.
Little and large: Kate Winslet had to shrink to pose next to host Piero on the Chiambretti Wednesday Show
Kate said she was so mortified with her performance she wanted the movie clip to stop playing.
Referring to her first sneak peek, she said: 'I was literally like, “Oh God, make it stop! Is that me Oh my God, that's me. Block my
ears, somebody! Somebody club out my senses. Make it f***ing stop!”'
Speaking on the Chiambretti Wednesday Show, an Italian programme filmed in Milan, the Oscar-winner added: 'A whole new generation is
going to get to experience the film.
Embarrassed: Kate said she was mortified when watching a sneak peak of Titanic 3D
'It's very exciting that I can
actually sit with them (her children Mia, 11, and eight-year-old Joe) – together
– and we can all watch it in a movie theatre. That is going to be quite
The 36-year-old looked effortlessly
stylish in her trademark all-black ensemble, teaming a pencil skirt and
jacket with a pair of peep toe Christian Louboutin heels.
Larking about with the host, Kate allowed petite Piero Chiambretti to perch on her knee as she sat on a large gold throne.
Striking: Even in her all-black ensemble, Kate looked vibrant and stunning
She also crouched down beside him while
they stood in front of a mock fireplace on the television set in a bid
to become the same height as him.
Titanic, which scooped 11 Oscars and grossed $1.8billion worldwide, is set for re-release in April.
There is also a new ITV series in the pipeline, with Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes on board.
Got the giggles: Kate said she can't wait to see Titanic 3D at the cinema with her children
Producer Nigel Stafford-Clark said:
'I felt that James Cameron [the film's director] had pretty much said it
all… and then I suddenly thought, actually there is a way of doing
this and it hasn’t been done before, and it’s something that I would be
really interested in doing.
was basically making a love story… This will be the almost polar
opposite of that… a whole lot of stories of different people from
different parts of society weaving in and out of each other.'
Iconic: Kate and Leonardo DiCaprio's roles of Rose and Jack are coming back to life in the re-release of Titanic