Kate Winslet says she was bullied by the press after starring in James Cameron’s blockbuster at the age of 21 Titanic.
“I immediately went into self-protection mode [after Titanic came out]”Said Winslet on Marc Marons podcast WTF. “It was like day and night from one day to the next. I’ve had a lot of personal physical exams, I’ve been criticized a lot, and the British press has been pretty rude to me. “
“I felt bullied, if I’m honest,” she continued. “I remember thinking, ‘This is awful and I hope it will pass. “
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Winslet is known not to use them Titanic Platform to keep playing sparkling roles in blockbuster films and instead watch indie productions to improve their craft.
“I was still learning how to act. I felt like I wasn’t ready to do a lot of big Hollywood jobs,” said Wislet. “I didn’t want to make mistakes and screw it up, I wanted to be there for the long game. I have strategically tried to find little things so that I can understand the craft a bit better and maintain a degree of privacy and dignity. “
“And trying to have a life?” Asked Marron. “Yes, exactly,” replied Winslet.
The actress added that after giving birth to her daughter at the age of 25, the press review went down and she paid less attention to it by focusing on her child. “All of the stuff evaporated a bit,” she added.
Winslet played for Cameron again, this time in the User picture Sequels, with the actress revealing that she made two of the films in a row. She also joked that she “easily lost track of” how many follow-up films the director has now made to his 2009 blockbuster.
Winslet is considered an Oscar nominee this year for her lead role in Francis Lees Ammonite.