Leonardo DiCaprio has finally broken his silence on this controversial scene

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  • Leonardo DiCpario has played many an iconic role – Romeo, Gatsby, Jordan Belfort – but to us, he will always be Jack from Titanic.

    Yes, it may be over 20 years since Titanic came out, but we’re still holding a grudge against Billy Zane and mourning Jack’s death after he froze to death saving Rose, by letting her have the door to float on while the ship was sinking.

    These feelings it seems are so common that they are also felt by Leonardo DiCaprio’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood co-stars, with Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie opening up about the scene in a recent interview alongside Leonardo himself.

    ‘I remember bawling my eyes out when I was a girl,’ exclaimed Margot in the interview with MTV News, even going on to weigh in on the ‘door’ controversy, with many still feeling that there was actually plenty of space for both Jack and Rose on the door.

    ‘Oh my gosh, I thought it,’ Margot recalled to which Leo replied, ‘I have no comment, with a laugh.

    ‘That is the biggest controversy in modern cinema,’ Margot went on to state, with Brad joining in, joking: ‘Could you, could you have squeezed in there? You could’ve, couldn’t you?’

    Leo’s response: ‘No comment.’

    But Margot and Brad weren’t done, with the actress continuing: ‘Did you mention it at the time? Were you like, should we make the door smaller?’

    But Leo replied again with a smile: ‘Like I said, I have no comment.’

    That chuckle said it all!

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