Kate Winslet says she’s ‘proud’ to beat Tom Cruise’s report (Image: Getty, @jonlandau)
Kate Winslet is oh-so humble about breaking Tom Cruise’s report for holding her breath underwater.
It lately emerged that the Titanic actress managed to hold her breath for the grand complete of seven minutes and 14 seconds whereas filming a scene for the upcoming Avatar 2 film.
The report had beforehand been set by Tom who held his breath for six minutes throughout Mission: Unimaginable – Rogue Nation.
Nonetheless Kate was extra stunned that her record-breaking feat had been made public moderately than the precise achievement in itself.
Reacting to the information, the actress advised Leisure Tonight: ‘It’s so humorous as a result of I don’t actually learn opinions or media issues. I’m not on Instagram, like I’m simply utterly disconnected from that a part of my life.
‘So all of this week and the week earlier than, I’ve had folks coming as much as me at work saying, “Oh my God, like seven minutes and 14 seconds? Like, what?!” And I’m going, “What? Dangle on, wait a minute. How have you learnt that?”’
She continued: ‘It was good and I used to be very happy with myself and I’ll in all probability by no means be capable to do it once more.’
Kate recalled how the scene got here on the finish of 4 weeks of ‘fairly intense coaching’.
A photograph of the actress in motion was shared by producer Jon Landau after he learn her interview with The Hollywood Reporter the place she confirms she performs ‘a water individual’ within the anticipated sequel of James Cameron’s blockbuster.
Her so-called ‘water individual’ character is definitely referred to as Ronal.
Kate will be a part of forces with Zoe Saldana, Vin Dieseal and Sam Worthington for the ever-elusive sequel, which follows on from the 2009 unique.
Avatar 2 is ready to hit cinemas on December 17 2022.