Kate Winslet finally concedes she was being a big ol' door hog.


We all know Jack could have survived the downing of the Titanic if Rose aka Ms Hogs-The-Raft-A-Lot had just squidged over a a teenie bit.

They could have grown old together. Could have told their story to that nosey treasure hunter together

Could have one day retired, bought a caravan and driven around the US like a couple of grey nomads, together.

But no. Bloody Leo had to be such a bloody gentleman and Rose apparently had no foresight or spatial awareness.

In 2012, the team over at Mythbusters proved definitively that Jack could have fit on that life-giving floating door and now, in 2016 — nearly two decades after the film was first released — Ms Couldn’t-Even-Move-Over-10cm-To-Save-The-Love-Of-My-G0d-Damn-Life has finally admitted it too.

“There was plenty of room on the raft,” real-talking chat show host Jimmy Kimmel told Kate Winslet on Monday.

To which she replied: “I know, I know. I agree, I think he could have actually fitted on that bit of door.”

Ya think, Rose?

The film’s director James Cameron has defended the controversial ending on the grounds that, well, it probably wouldn’t have been a very compelling film if Jack had survived.

When asked by a journalist from the Guardian in 2012 if he’d have considered it any other way he said:

“Wait a minute, I’m going to call up William Shakespeare and ask why Romeo and Juliet had to die.”

Like, we get it, but that still doesn’t change the fact that he could have fit on that gosh darned door.

Let me count the ways:

Jack and Rose via Imgur
Image via Imgur.