If you haven't watched Titanic, you must be living under a rock, because we're pretty sure everyone remembers that infamous death scene.
You know, when Jack and Rose slowly die of hypothermia, and there wasn't enough room on the floating door for Jack. Yup, who's cutting onions because that scene was definitely tear-jerking.
Okay, but seriously, why didn't Jack just squeeze in?
Fans of the romantic film often argue about whether there was really no room for the lovers on the door, and if Jack's dramatic sacrifice was necessary.
Funny enough, seems like we weren't the only ones questioning the logic behind the scene because Brad Pitt, DiCaprio's co-star in newest Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, also asked the actor the same question.
On a chat with MTV News' Josh Horowitz, Pitt shooted his shot and asked his buddy: "Could you have squeezed there? You could've, couldn't you?"
But DiCaprio gave his co-star an iceberg-sized cold shoulder and replied: "No comment."
Margot Robbie, who was also present in the interview, took that as a chance to clear her curiousity too. She jumped in, asking: "Did you mention it at the time? Were you like, 'Should we make the door smaller.”
DiCaprio interrupted her question mid-way with another: "Like I said, no comment."
It seems we won't be able to clear the biggest controversy in cinematic history anytime soon, but Pitt hilariously ends the conversation with the only explanation he could think of:
"It's movie magic, my friends. Movie magic."