Kate Winslet has vowed to stop doing nude scenes.
The Hollywood star - famed for stripping off on screen - fears she is getting a bad reputation.
The British star has previously got naked in 10 films including Hamlet, Little Children and Hideous Kinky.
In Titanic, her big break opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in 1997, Kate's character Rose strips off so artist lover Jack can paint her nude.
She has also bared all in several magazines spreads - most recently for America's Vanity Fair.
So she says she will keep her clothes on in future.
She said: 'I think I won't '(get naked in a movie) again.
'I can't keep getting away with it.'
She tells the new issue of Time magazine: 'I don't want to become 'that actress who always gets her kit off.'
And the Titanic actress spends a lot of time in Oscar-nominated Holocaust flick, The Reader, without her clothes on in bed with a teenager.
Kate is up for Best Actress in the film at this weekend's Academy Awards show.
She has said of her screen nudity in the past: 'Everyone always asks me about nudity because I guess I've taken my clothes off in almost every movie I've done. But in each case, the nudity has been there for a reason.
'Frankly, I hate every second. But I can't stand seeing a film and thinking, why is that woman having sex in all her clothes? She should be naked.'
Kate may be tipped to win an Oscar for her role in The Reader, but she almost didn’t get the part that has made her the toast of Hollywood.
Producer Harvey Weinstein has revealed three other actresses were considered for the role of concentration camp guard Hanna Schmitz.
The part was first offered to Nicole Kidman, but she was forced to drop out when she became pregnant with her daughter Sunday.
French actress Marion Cotillard, who won an Oscar in 2007 for La Vie En Rose, was screen tested for the role and impressed Weinstein.
He then spoke with Australian actress Naomi Watts who said she was available to make the film.
Then we redid the conversation and said these people are available.
‘Stephen Daldry wanted to work with Kate.’
In The Reader, Winslet’s character is a former Nazi guard who stood by as 300 prisoners, who were being marched, met their death in a burning church.
The film tells the story of her affair with a young German boy and his sexual awakening while reading books to her.
Over the course of the film, he wakes up to both her unappealing history and, during a war crimes trial, he discovers another shocking truth.
Winslet is tipped to win the Best Actress award at the 81st Oscars ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday.
She has been nominated on five previous occasions and left empty handed.
Her main rival for the award is thought to be Meryl Streep for her performance as a nun in Doubt.
In an interview with Newsweek magazine, Weinstein also told how Dame Judi Dench had his name tattooed on her backside as a thank you for her Oscar nominations.
He said: 'Judi Dench did six movies in a row with me and got five Academy Award nominations.
‘She took me to the Four Seasons restaurant with a bunch of really, famous, fun people. It was the day she got her fifth nomination.
‘She said, "I have a present for you". She pulled down her pants and she had a tattoo.’
Weinstein added: 'It’s a tattoo you could wash off - "Judi loves Harvey" - right on the rim of her butt.
‘Everybody at the table was completely shocked. I think she chose it on purpose because she wanted to embarrass me and she did.’