Leonardo DiCaprio Was Finally Asked If Jack Could've Fit On The Door At The End Of 'Titanic'

Emily Reily

Leonardo DiCaprio has finally laid to rest the most pressing question to hit Hollywood in modern times: Was there enough room for Jack to fit on that door at the end of Titanic?

Well, he sort of answered the question.

Someone FINALLY Asking the Big Questions

MTV News popped the question while DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margo Robbie were on a press junket for Quentin Tarantino's latest movie Once Upon a Time In Hollywood.

We All Know the Truth

The answer seems obvious: Yes, he could have fit on that door. All she had to was scooch over a bit and he could climb up. Hell, he could have laid on top of her if need be -- not in any kind of sexual way, just to make sure they both had room.

Jack's Not Talking

DiCaprio stayed mostly mum when the question was asked. Pitt and Robbie appeared to thoroughly enjoy this line of questioning, and offered their own thoughts.

"I remember bawling my eyes out" during that scene, Robbie said.

"I'm gonna go back and look now," said Pitt.

Door Slammed Shut On This Mystery

"No comment," said DiCaprio, who played Jack in the epic film about the sinking of the Titanic.

When Robbie asked him if he said anything during filming, for example, "hey maybe we should make the door smaller so there's NO DOUBT he couldn't fit on the door," all DiCaprio said was, "Like I said I have no comment," with a slight smug.

Door closed.