Kate Winslet promotes Titanic 3D in Italy – will you see it again?

Kate Winslet looked like she was having an awesome time on Italian TV show the “Chiambretti Wednesday Show.” She joked around with the little orange and blue host, and even had the guy sit on her lap at one point. Kate is promoting the 3D re-release of Titanic, which I honestly assumed was out and gone already. (I was hoping, I think.) It’s coming out on April 4, though. I remember exactly when I saw Titanic in the theater in 1997, and I remember the tween girls talking excitedly around me when then-hot Leonardo DiCaprio was on screen. I’m not sure I’ll see it again in 3D, sometimes 3D films give me a headache and I would rather watch 2D movies for cheaper. If a friend wants to go with me I might though. Will you see it?

So this begs the other question that often comes to mind about Kate – what has she had done plastic surgery and injectable-wise, if anything? If you would have asked me what year it was that Kate Winslet spoke out against plastic surgery and I didn’t look it up I would have said “2009″ and made a joke about how she’s obviously changed her stance on it. I looked it up, and Kate spoke out against plastic surgery in August, 2011, just eight months ago.

A lot of you firmly believe that Kate is all natural, and she could be. Her skin looks radiant and her eyes look somewhat different to me, like wider or something. She does have natural lines but there’s something different about her lately. Maybe it’s just because she’s so pretty and her face has thinned out.

I’ve been looking into “non-invasive” procedures that don’t involve Botox or fillers. One of the things that interests me is laser skin resurfacing, which can supposedly significantly reduce lines, make eyes wider-looking and make your face look much younger overall without looking noticeably “worked on.” (Yesterday I was looking up costs and watching YouTube videos of it. It looks painful, and I’m chickensh*t about that, but it might be worth it.) There are also chemical peels, which could achieve similar results from what I understand. (Remember how Kate was looking much more “refreshed” last year?) So I’m wondering, is this why Kate Winslet looks slightly different but still natural, and could I benefit from this too? (Strokes chin and squints thoughtfully.) I would have said the same thing about Sandra Bullock a few months ago too, (basically get me what she’s having in the same amounts) but fast forward to now and she’s just gone too far, poor lady.

Here’s the trailer for Titanic 3D.

You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

72 Responses to “Kate Winslet promotes Titanic 3D in Italy – will you see it again?”

Comments are Closed

We close comments on older posts to fight comment spam.

  1. Lis says:

    I don’t have a choice in the matter. I have a lazy eye, and 3D glasses don’t work with me.

    I’m actually kind of glad, because it gives me a cast iron excuse to not see it. I really did not like that film.

  2. Eve says:

    Kate Winslet promotes Titanic 3D in Italy – will you see it again?

    No. I already regret having seen it once.

    • Maguita says:

      Haha! Imagine having to see it a second time. Hell!

      CeleBitchy – Winslet got that glow from all the Rocknroll lovin’ ;)

      But in all honesty, I’ve lost faith in Kate. The way she always opens her mouth, and a few months later, jams foot firmly in open mouth. I believe she’s had a few tweaks, but has opted for a vulgarization of her words. She did not get a face lift, she got face resurfacing and needle injections. Not the same as a face lift and botox.

      But most importantly, I’ve personally lost faith in Kate the mother, who had stated that she would do anything for her daughters, yet there she was, not only making a movie under that monster Polanski’s direction, but hanging all over him on the red carpet.

      Hey Kate! Would you let uncle Roman babysit your beautiful daughters?

      Highly. Doubt it.

      • demian bichir says:

        kate would probably go skiing with him in Switzerland too!If he gives her another role in a new film she’s going to say yes in a minute without any hesitation. She’s a megalo actress and a Polanski fan.Enough said!

      • Maguita says:

        What a twit. Used to admire her gumption and the way she went a bit against the grain of your standard blah actresses. But her thing with Polanski…

        After watching Wanted and Desired, as well as reading the Smoking Gun Polanski file, I just can’t be forgiving of any women with children supporting that pedophile monster. They are as worst as the mother who left her child with that monster, knowing exactly what he is, but selling young girls’ in the name of “artistic genius”. Disgusting.

    • Jackie says:

      i would stick needles in my eyes before watching this ridiculous movie ever again.

    • normades says:

      I’m with you Eve! Hell to the no. Hated that movie the first time around.

      Same goes for the Stars Wars episodes in 3D. I hate what they’ve done to that franchise. Han shot first!!!

    • OriginalTiffany says:

      Yep, the answer for me is a resounding “No” as well.

      How old is she? She looks natural to me. My face has changed a bit as I have gotten older, but I still look very young. (I actually got carded the other night!-that is pretty exciting when 43 looms next week)
      Her eyes look a little more hooded to me, but again that’s aging. I’m too scared to do laser, my SIL had it done and it looked horrible and she was in tons of pain.
      I’m too chicken to do anything.

      Oh, I just read down thread she’s 36. She doesn’t look that great to me then. Average skin, average wrinkles, maybe even more than she should have at that age.

  3. Katija says:


    Getting to take my junior high school cousins to the movie that I saw a MILLION times when *I* was in junior high is basically going to be the highlight of my life.

  4. Lis says:

    That face has had work done.

    That’s not a problem, because (1) I have no moral objection to “work”, (2) it’s *good* quality work and (3) she’d probably lose her career if she didn’t.

    But if she ever starts bleating again about how awful cosmetic surgery is, I will give up on her forever. I doubt I’m alone.

    I do, however, notice that she’s been conspicuously quiet on that front. Thankfully.

    Edit: My husband passed the computer and commented, “I know you don’t like her, but you have to admit she looks good for mid forties.”

    He just snorted when I said she’s 36. It made me laugh.

    • RocketMerry says:

      I agree, she probably had something done. She’s looking Gosselin-ishy e-motionless in the eye area.
      Side note: are micro-dermo abrasion, chemical peeling, acids and laser considered surgery in the US? ‘Cause I don’t think they are here in Europe, so she could be thinkin’ it that way.
      Botox is surgery anyway, though, so she should quit lying on that.

  5. spinner says:

    I would see it again. I loved it the first time around.

  6. Reece says:

    If 3D is my only option then nope.
    Cash grab isn’t worth my headache.

  7. Bite me says:

    That’s a lot of wrinkles or what not under her eyes… She’s on only 35 ick.

    • Hypocricy says:

      Kate has always had lots of wrinkles that have been erased through photoshopping.

      And i am sorry, i never dig her blond ambition hair. A darker color would suit her more and brings out the color of her eyes.

      I also never loved her body type..too wide as in athletically built but on the shorter side.

      For me she has always favor Steffi Graff, a prettier version face wise only. They should have switched bodies with Steffi having a more slender, leggy shape.

  8. Happy21 says:

    I see no point in watching Titanic in 3D. Cash grab on James Cameron’s part that is all. I didn’t pay to see it the first time and I sure as hell am not seeing it this time!

    As far as Kate’s plastic surgery, I don’t believe she’s had any. I think that she probably does the chemical stuff which isn’t surgery and that is it. Her face looks thinner but other than that she has a fair amount of lines for her age, I just don’t see the surgery angle here.

  9. Ainsley says:

    I think I saw this about 7 times when it came out. I was a teenager, loved DiCaprio, and I thought it was the most romantic thing ever. I’d probably see it in 3D just to feel like a kid again.

    I don’t think Kate has had plastic surgery. I think her skin looks different at times because of facials–maybe even peels–but I don’t see signs of surgery. She looks like she’s gained a little weight lately. Her ups and downs in weight affect her face too. When I gain weight, even if it’s a few pounds around the holidays, it goes right to my face. It sucks!

  10. Cathy says:

    I don’t know if I’d watch it in 3d or not. I have a 55″ inch tv, and my stomach goes all queasy when Titanic goes straight up and then sinks on my tv.

  11. Boo says:

    No…I couldn’t even get through that movie once without praying for Leo to finally drown so it could be over.

    I’ve always rather liked Kate, though. No opinion on the cosmetic surgery/tweaking. I just wish she would stop peeling her upper lip back that way, as she often looks like she’s snarling.

    • demian bichir says:

      “No…I couldn’t even get through that movie once without praying for Leo to finally drown so it could be over.”LOL!

      Same experience here except i didn’t even care about watching the end.I was like DIE MTF DIE.I hated that film and i’m certainly not going to like it now.So NO thank you Cameron.

  12. original sandy says:

    no i won’t watch it, it’s too long, plus i saw it twice already. been there done that.

  13. Liz says:

    it just surprises me so much that they didn’t redo some of the graphics/special effects. In comparison to the huge amount the studio will rake in on this re-release it seems like it would have been such a minimal cost to do so.
    Cameron basically gave birth to special effects, why not show it off?

  14. Ana says:

    Yes, yes, yes, oh my God, yes!!! I can’t wait it’s one of my favorite movies of all time!!!

  15. Jezi says:

    I don’t think she’s had much work. Maybe chemical face peels. I’m 34 and the only wrinkles I have are in my forehead. She’s 36 going on 37, she looks like she’s aging nicely. Some people have good genes.

    As far as Titanic, I’m all Titaniced out. Seen the movie a thousand times, I’m all good with 2D on the DVD.

  16. the original bellaluna says:

    CB, don’t squint, dahling – it causes wrinkles! ;)

    No. I don’t do 3-D, and the first time I saw Titanic I had to sit in the front row and practically got seasick. Plus it’s been on HBO non-stop for a month now.

  17. Bad Gal Addiction says:

    Nope. I didn’t see the 2D version back than either. And that 3D sh– gives me supreme motion sickness.

    I’ve tried a light 20% acid peel and liked the results. But boy, it’s a torture! Stinging, redness, can’t leave the house for days when you face looks like hell while peeling and shedding.

  18. kim says:

    the movie is a good one let’s admit it. It’s a nice story and done well. BUT and this is a huge BUT

    Who the hell decided to put it in 3D?

    First of all 3D STILL isn’t very good! It’s corny as hell and really dumb.

    I totally would have dragged my guy to see it on the big screen b/c it would have been cool! BUT NOT IN 3D!!

    totally pass of stupid 3D gimmicks!!

  19. sarah says:

    It took me years to see it the first time. Didn’t really get all the appeal in it. Kate’s character pissed me off. So nope, will not be seeing it in 3D.

  20. Theuth says:

    No, I won’t see it again. I still remember that when it came out, I went to see it in an open theatre (an “arena”): it startet at 21.30, and by the time the ship started to sink, it was cold. Like, really COLD. Nobody was covered (it was summer, warm and unexpected), and I basically had a real 3D full-force experience, all five sensed included.

  21. CC says:

    As far as I see it, when you remove the hype, the fake part of the story is really stupid, besides, I saw it 4 times when it came out, but I was a teen. I tend to be more discerning nowadays.

  22. Neelyo says:

    When I saw the header pic I thought to myself, ‘Madonna’s work has finally settled and looks pretty good.’

  23. Mara says:

    She is a very beautiful woman and Titanic is one of the best movie ever made ,love James Cameron work he is the best .

  24. Oi says:

    She looks like she just smelled something bad in the 5th picture. Or she’s about to hurl.

    And I disagree about her looking like she’s having a good time. She looked pained to me.

  25. Shelly says:

    I actually can’t wait to see this in 3D.

  26. lucy2 says:

    I loved it when it first came out, but have no interest in sitting through a headache inducing, unnecessary 3D version.

    I don’t get how anyone with those natural, normal wrinkles around the eyes is constantly accused of being jacked and tweaked, but whatever.

    • leo lover says:

      Thank you! What are all these people talking about? She has obvious crows feet and wrinkles so I’m unsure why all the accusations of hypocrisy? Like she would do fillers around the mouth but leave her problem areas alone? I feel like I’m going crazy

  27. snakeyes says:

    Nope, three hours of my life I will never get back. Three hours of my life I won’ give away to this crap again.

    I’d rather watch Gone With the Wind or The Lord of the Rings in IMAX and 3D.

  28. snakeyes says:

    Kats character says Jack 72 freakin times you hang with me for a year you won’t even hear me saying my partners nmae that many times.

  29. Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

    Maybe I had to see it on the big screen. I saw it years after the fact on VHS when a severe electrical storm kept us inside. I don’t know what to say, I just didn’t care for it. It was exactly like the time when Elaine Benes became something of a pariah for not enjoying The English Patient. ‘Why do you hate romance?’ Um… At any rate, if the idea of that love scene wouldn’t seem classy in the back of a ’79 Camero, then the Teen Adultery Squad doesn’t really get the transitive property thing right. Different strokes, of course. I just found it boring. So, there you go.

  30. telesma says:

    Nope. I didn’t see it the first time, still not interested.

  31. jc126 says:

    No. I thought Titanic was a total piece of crap, with two of our best actors today – Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio – totally wasted with bad material. Awful, dreadful dreck. I hate James Cameron’s movies.
    Love Kate and Leo, except in this.

  32. toto says:

    i find it quite distasteful to make opening of titanic in Italy while they are still looking for the victims bodies of the Costa Concordia cruise ship..

  33. Addion says:

    Titanic in 3D = stupid

    In fact 3D anything is lame, but Titanic in 3D, yep, stupid.

  34. mk martin says:

    Her chin seems a bit chinnier? Ears and noses keep growing your whole life, too, so there’s that. A broader nose can separate. If I had a guess, it’d be some kind of mini face lift. I have a similar bone structure, and the face tends to get those lines beside the nose from smiling. She doesn’t seem to have those.

  35. apsutter says:

    I honestly don’t think she’s had any work done yet. I think that her face does look much thinner and that she’s just aging. But I also think that her nose is getting bigger which happens as you age. Side note- I find it hilarious to watch Titanic now because Kate is this voluptuous sexy grown woman and Leo looks like this tiny little kid.

  36. Kate #2 says:

    The weirdest thing is that when that movie was made, DiCaprio looked younger than Winslet. Now, he looks like her uncle.

    He’s downright unattractive – though in fairness, that may help a male star’s career, when he was the ultimate teen heartthrob before. It’s easier to separate him from those early parts, and believe in his acting. Still. Worst ever case of a beautiful 20 year old guy losing it before he was even 35.

    • apsutter says:

      Sad but true. He looks just awful now but his face is so bloated. But from the shots I’ve seen of Gatsby he seems to have thinned out for it. He’s such a great actor but I lost respect for him when I realized he’s a “model-izer” I cant respect any man who hangs out with idiots and only dates models

  37. Mary Jane says:

    Those shoes look absolutely painful (though gorgeous) — especially in that pic where dude is sitting on her lap.

  38. Vera says:

    I might see it because I didn’t see it when it came out. Plus, I would probably be going with my friend, her mom, and my mom, so it’d be a kind of group thing. They’re (friend and her mom) are really excited for it. I just found it amusing that the release is so close to the 100th anniversary. I mean, I get that it was intentional, but way to profit on the a tragedy.

  39. Mairead says:

    I refused point blank to watch that trash the first time around, nevermind subjecting myself to countless hours of perching those specs over my normal glasses for the sake of this tedious melodrama.

    Don’t get me wrong, i am going to be practically living, breathing and sleeping all things “Titanic” for much of this year, but why would I watch this for entertainment when “A Night to Remember” with the late, great Kenneth More exists? :D

  40. katy says:

    I think she look beautiful and real regardless if she’s messing with her face or not. She’s doing it right. More of Hollywood should follow suit…

  41. Brittney says:

    Oh dear, Kate. Maybe I’m alone here but these photos are the worst I’ve ever seen of her. The lighting is incredibly unflattering, especially in the fourth and fifth pictures. I’ve always liked her, but I’ve somehow never found her particularly attractive, and this doesn’t help AT ALL.

    Re: the headline, I never saw it to begin with, so there will be no “again” for me. When it came out I was in middle school and my parents were still shielding me from nudity and violence. I resented being the only kid in school who hadn’t seen it, but now I couldn’t care less. I’m actually glad they were overprotective.

  42. Chickie Baby says:

    Oh, sure…I’ll go see it again..because seeing it like, 172 times already just wasn’t enough!

    Ya’ll don’t wait for me to meet you at the theatre—you go right ahead and see it without me this time. Tell me how it ends, though.

  43. Jaxx says:

    No desire to see it.

    She’s going to be rethinking her plastic surgery stand pretty soon. She’s only in her 30′s and has more wrinkles around her eyes than I do and I’m 55.

  44. The OG Sasha says:

    I’m probably in the minority, but I think Titanic was awful the first time I saw it — 3D isn’t going to help it.

    So, I’m not going to see it.

  45. kibbles says:

    I don’t have a problem with non-invasive procedures that take away brown spots, wrinkles, dead skin, acne, etc. I do have a problem with Kardashian style surgery that slices and dices one’s original face and body into something that looks totally different. There is nothing wrong with improving one’s appearance and I think Kate has never gone under the knife to do so. She looks her age and has wrinkles. Her stance on weight loss is a completely separate issue. She acts like she doesn’t take dieting and exercise seriously when we all know that is the only way she has maintained a slimmer figure.

  46. NYC_girl says:

    Sitting through Titanic once was enough. I remember running out half-way through to pee, it was so long. I had botox twice; my neurologist uses it to treat migraines. He gave me most of the injections in my scalp, but gave me two at the top of my forehead/hairline, and two between my eyebrows, and at first I said no; I was scared. Seriously, it hurt like a *%$#@!! b*tch, I don’t know how people do it. I was almost crying. It got rid of my forehead lines, but I couldn’t handle those injections every few months. I’ve been using a ROC product that has smoothed them out a bit, but whatever. I’m in my early 40s. If I could suggest anything to younger women it would be to stay out of the damn sun, use sunscreen everyday, take your makeup off every night, use a cheap washcloth to clean your face, don’t smoke, and don’t drink heavily. My mother taught me that and I think I look good and several years younger, compared to so many other busted-looking women in this city.

  47. Kelly says:

    No I will not see it in 3D. And no I do not think she has had work. At all.

  48. Peanut says:

    Haha I saw the preview in theatres and started crying!! Honestly. Hormones are the worst.

    But yeah, I’ll probably go see it again. :D