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Kate Winslet jokes Tom Cruise is ‘fed up’

Kate Winslet jokes Tom Cruise is ‘fed up’

Kate Winslet jokes Tom Cruise is ‘fed up’

Kate Winslet jokes Tom Cruise is ‘fed up’

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  • After breaking one of Tom Cruise’s remarkable records, Kate Winslet is making fun of him.
  • The 47-year-old actress recently discussed her training for her most recent film, Avatar.
  • The Way of Water, with USA Today.
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Kate Winslet is renowned for holding her breath underwater for seven minutes and 47 seconds while filming the James Cameron project. Cruise had previously held the record, which he had set in 2015 while filming Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation for six minutes.

Winslet left a message for Cruise with the source, saying, “Poor Tom,” despite the fact that she said he hasn’t gotten in touch with her since she broke his record.

Although I’ve never met Tom, she said, “I’m sure he’s getting quite tired of hearing this narrative of how I smashed his record.” “However, I adored it. I was astounded by my skill level and how quickly I advanced.”

Winslet also gave thanks to her practice-assistance husband Edward Abel Smith, formerly known as Ned Rocknroll.

Ned is a very capable individual who is exceptionally healthy and fit, according to Winslet, who spoke with the publication. “He practiced beside me so that, in the event that I needed to practise without our instructor around, we would be secure because you can’t actually do it alone. Similar to scuba diving, you must have a buddy. Your body changes to enable you to perform the skill since it is a sport. Ned’s presence was thus crucial.”

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Sigourney Weaver, who co-stars with Winslet in the sequel to the 2009 film Avatar, told USA Today that she is fine with Winslet keeping the title.

Weaver stated, “We were thrilled for Kate that she accomplished it. “Both my husband (theatre director Jim Simpson) and I completed the task in 6 1/2 minutes, which astounded both of us and our instructor, Kirk Krack, a former Navy SEAL. Each individual had a personal best.”

Winlset disclosed earlier this month that she had videotaped herself coming to after a breath hold that lasted more than seven minutes.

“I recorded myself resurfacing and asking, “Am I dead, have I died?” Afterwards, asking, “What was [my time]?” “she stated in an interview with Total Film.

“I immediately inquired about my time. And I found it hard to accept “Winslet threw in. “I continue by saying, “We need to radio set.” I wanted [James Cameron, the director] to know right away.”

Winslet, who portrays Ronal, a Na’vi in the eagerly anticipated Avatar sequel, told the publication that she ultimately only attempted the seven minutes, fifteen second breath hold in order to beat Cruise’s previous mark.

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Winslet said, “Well, I didn’t have to hold my breath for more than seven minutes. “It’s only that the chance to break a record came up.”

She told the newspaper, “I wanted to break my personal record, which was already six minutes and 14 seconds. “Then I exclaimed, “Come on!” I broke my personal record by a minute as a result.”

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