Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie Shaded Leonardo DiCaprio About That Titanic Door Scene

Abby Gardner
Could Jack have fit or what?

Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie are currently making the rounds promoting their upcoming Quentin Tarantino film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. But during a recent interview with MTV, the three stars weighed in on a controversial moment from DiCaprio's past: that famous Titanic door scene.

In the almost 22 years since the film's 1997 debut, the topic of whether or not Jack could have fit on the floating door that allowed Kate Winslet's Rose's heart to go on has been hotly debated. Of course, he does not get on; he sinks down into the ocean and dies as Rose floats to safety. Back in 2017, Winslet told Stephen Colbert that Jack "should have tried harder to get on that door," and it appears that Robbie agrees with this sentiment.

"Oh, my God, I thought it," she replies when interviewer Josh Horowitz throws out the question, "Could Jack have fit on that door at the end of Titanic?" She goes on to say that she remembers "bawling her eyes out as a girl." DiCaprio insists (with a smile) throughout the exchange that he has "no comment." Horowitz says, "That's telling, I think."

"That is funny," Pitt says. "I'm going to have to go back and look now, shoot. Certainly." He goes on to rib DiCaprio, "Could you? Could you? Could you have squeezed in there? You could've, couldn't you?" DiCaprio holds strong with another "No comment" even as Robbie asks whether he inquired about the logistics at the time.

Watch the exchange for yourself below.

The social media replies show that time hasn't slowed down the need for answers to this all-important question. In fact, this one interview will probably ignite the debate all over again. "It wasn’t space that was the issue, it was buoyancy. Myth Busters proved it," one user wrote. "He could have fit on the door, There was room for two of that door," another insisted.

The mystery lives on, I guess.

Originally Appeared on Glamour