Kate Winslet’s Hair In New ‘Titanic’ Poster Confuses Fans

“Titanic” is crusing again into cinemas this 12 months in honor of its twenty fifth anniversary, but followers can’t appear to wrap their heads across the film’s new ― and unintentionally complicated ― promotional artwork.

A totally remastered version of the 1997 blockbuster, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, hits theaters Feb. 10. To mark the event, Paramount Footage on Tuesday unveiled a brand-new poster exhibiting the actors as star-crossed lovers Jack and Rose, who meet aboard the doomed ocean liner in 1912.

The picture, nevertheless, seems to indicate Rose with a mixture of two hairstyles, seemingly taken from completely different segments of the movie.

On her left facet, she appears to have an elaborate updo, as befitting the character’s first-class standing. However on her proper, her hair seems to be down, because it was worn for Jack’s sketch session and because the ship sank.

On social media this week, response to the picture has been chilly, at finest.

Whereas many assumed the poster to be a failed instance of photograph enhancing, others recommended it was a deliberate option to relay Rose’s character arc over the course of the film.

“It represents the duality of her having to portray her societal role and the life she wishes to have, free, with Jack,” one individual tweeted.

Another added: “It’s to show the two sides of her in the movie. From boarding as an upper class wealthy passenger to then how things change when she meets Jack and the new kind of life he introduces her to.”

It stays to be seen whether or not Paramount will deflect the coiffure discourse by revamping the poster. As of Thursday, the picture was nonetheless included in a press equipment distributed to media retailers.

Directed by James Cameron, “Titanic” was a vital smash and gained 11 Academy Awards, together with for finest image. After raking in a reported $2.2 billion on the field workplace worldwide, it turned the highest-grossing movie of all-time, a report it held till Cameron’s “Avatar” claimed the excellence in 2010.