during filming “Avatar: Water RoadKate Winslet did the unthinkable.
Not only did she deprive herself of air for more than seven minutes, she broke the record she previously held Tom Cruise.
“I immediately wanted to know my time,” Winslet told Total Film Magazine.
Winslet held her breath in order Seven minutes and 15 seconds. Cruise’s track record for “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” was six minutes.
“I have a video of me saying, ‘Am I dead, am I dead?'” Then he goes, “What was it [my time]? ‘”I participated.
“I didn’t believe it.
“The next thing I say is, ‘We need a radio.’ I wanted Jim [James Cameron] To know right away.”
She added that she didn’t have to hold her breath for long, but “I wanted to break my own record, which was already six minutes and 14 seconds. And I was like, ‘Come on!'” So I broke my own record by a minute.
“It’s not competitive at all,” manager James Cameron joked.
Winslet met her ‘Titanic’ director for the latest sequel to “Avatar,” and I was thrilled to be working alongside the famous director again.
“It was a lot of fun that Jim asked me because Jim doesn’t suffer from jerks,” Winlest said.
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