Kate Winslet on Titanic 3D: "Make it stop!"

Mar 28, 2012 at 10:31 p.m. ET

Kate Winslet was horrified to see herself onscreen in Titanic 3D, despite the fact that her celluloid self was 16 years younger. Read on to find out her reaction to this blast from the past.

Kate Winslet

Titanic 3D? Yes please! That's how we feel, anyway -- but star Kate Winslet feels quite differently about the whole situation.

"The second it came up I literally went, 'Make it stop, make it stop, turn it off. I'm blocking it off.' Do I really sound like that? Did I really look like that?'" the Oscar-winning actress told ABC News. "It's very, very bizarre."

"It's like someone saying, 'OK, here's a home video we made of you 16 years ago and now we're gonna make you watch yourself in 3D.' "

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What the heck is she talking about? She looked absolutely stunning in this film. Like crazy-gorgeous.

As for that famous kiss on the bow of the ship, Winslet wants to rain on that parade, too.

"I look back on it and all I remember, it was always a rush. We shot it four or five times, if not more actually, just because [director] James Cameron wanted the option of various different lights in the sky," she explained. "They're would always be this terrible rush, like, 'Oh my God, the sun is in the perfect spot. Come on, Kate, come on Leo, up onto the bow.' "

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"To be honest to you, Leo and I were like, 'Oh my God, here we go again.' I'm not kidding you."

"We would cry on each others' shoulders. We're freezing. We're tired. But that was all of us. It wasn't just me and Leo, that was all of the cast and the crew," Winslet said. "We were all very much, pardon the pun, in the same boat. "

You too can return to the Titanic when Titanic 3D hits theaters April 4.

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