In a recent interview with MTV, Leonardo DiCaprio was asked if he could have fit on the door at the end of Titanic. To which he smartly responded, "I have no comment." Paramount Pictures "The biggest controversy in modern cinema." —Margot Robbie. And you can watch the awkward exchange here: View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Now, while Leo may not have anything to say about this iconic moment in film history, plenty of us here at BuzzFeed did: BuzzFeed Myself included: BuzzFeed And it was at this exact moment my colleagues were like, "Excuse me, what?!" Which...surprised me? Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Paramount Pictures I don't like to assume things about what people do and do not know, but I thought it was commonly known that the door was not a door but a door frame? In case you don't believe me, here's what the bit of boat Rose was lying on looked like: Paramount Pictures And it's CLEARLY not the shape of a door. And here's a photo of the first class lounge door frame from the real Titanic: Robert John Welch / Public Domain / Via en.wikipedia.org A close-up for clarity: Crystal Ro / BuzzFeed / Robert John Welch / Public Domain / Via en.wikipedia.org I mean... Crystal Ro / BuzzFeed / Robert John Welch / Public Domain / Paramount Pictures / Via en.wikipedia.org And, look, I get that it's way easier to just say "door" rather than "door frame," but if we're gonna be arguing here folks, let's at least get it right! Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Paramount Pictures IDK how this would affect Jack and Rose's situation (are door frames more capable of holding TWO people than doors?), but please feel free to get into it in the comments below!