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Watch: Kate Winslet 'fixes' Titanic ending 20 years after its release

Actress Kate Winslet has 'fixed' the emotional ending of the Oscar-winning film Titanic, as the movie celebrates 20 years since its release.

In an interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the host took some time to quiz the star about making the iconic film, and inevitably chat turned towards the fact there was plenty of room for Leonardo DiCaprio's character Jack on the floating door.

Admitting Jack could have easily fit alongside her character Rose, Kate then proceeded to re-enact the famous scene with Stephen - and finally fixed the ending.

"Promise me this Rose," Stephen tells her. "Promise me you'll let me get up on that door with you."

"Come on darling there's room for two!" Kate declares, before Stephen hops up on to the desk.

During the chat, the actress also revealed she auditioned for the role with Matthew McConaughey - who was originally a front contender to be cast as Jack.

"I auditioned with Matthew, isn't that weird?" Kate said. "It was completely fantastic ... but it just wouldn't have been the whole, Jack and Rose, Kate and Leo thing."

She also revealed she never listens to Celine Dion's My Heart Will Go On, which featured on the film's soundtrack.

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in the film

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