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Kate says she finds it strange looking back at her young self on-screen as she no longer relates to that person.
Titanic is the second highest grossing film of all time behind Avatar, also directed by James Cameron, and now a remastered 3D version is coming back to cinemas in April 2012.
The original romantic epic came out nearly 15 years ago and Kate Winslet has said that she's finding its re-release a bit odd to take.
Speaking to Stylist, the actress said, "It's really weird because it's 15 years ago and I don't know, I feel very disconnected now from actually what was going on in my life at the time and how I felt.
A lot of it, it does really feel like a distant memory, so it's going to be quite strange to have that sort of thrusted into people's face all over again.
I've no idea what it'll be like, the experience, but it's exciting to think that a whole new generation of young men and women who, perhaps, haven't seen it, who may have been conceived after the first date night of a couple going to see Titanic."
You can watch a trailer of Titanic: 3D below: