April 3rd, 2014
02:30 PM ET
Kate Winslet fans, be advised: she's not going to sign your pictures of her nude scene from "Titanic."
One Winslet supporter learned this the hard way at a recent London premiere of "Divergent," when the fan tried to offer the actress a naked drawing of herself from the 1997 movie for an autograph.
"I don't sign that one," Winslet told Yahoo! UK. "It feels very uncomfortable, why would you do that?"
In the James Cameron blockbuster, Leonardo DiCaprio's Jack draws Winslet's character, Rose, "like one of those French girls." It was one of the racier scenes in the film, and, obviously, a pretty memorable one.
"People ask me to sign that one a lot," Winslet said. "There's a photo of it as well, that someone's lifted from a still of the film and that photo gets passed around. And it's like, no, I didn't mean for it to be a photograph that I would see 16, 17 years later."
But thanks to the enduring popularity of the movie, which has not only been re-released in 3-D in theaters but is also available on DVD and streaming on Netflix (not to mention the clips of the film you can find online), there's no escaping that infamous drawing.
"It's still haunting me," she said with a laugh.
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