Kate Winslet: Actress Plays Down Oscar Talk
Kate Winslet has played down her chances of winning another Oscar after braving the rain to attend the gala screening of Labor Day in London's Leicester Square.
The 38-year-old stars as Adele Wheeler in the drama, a single mother who with her son picks up a hitch-hiking convict during the US holiday weekend.
Josh Brolin plays the mysterious stranger.
The Titanic actress, who is heavily pregnant with her third child, told Sky News she was too absorbed in motherhood to think about winning an Academy Award.
She said: "It hasn't even crossed my mind, I'm so absorbed in baby.
"Awards season is always a huge amount of fun whether you're a part of it or not. It's always really exciting seeing what films are coming and a lot of new talent as well.
"I think this year is a really exciting year for film."
Winslet is married to Ned Rocknroll, Sir Richard Branson's nephew.
She has two children - Mia, 12, from her first marriage to Jim Threapleton, and Joe, nine, from her marriage to Sam Mendes.
Labor Day, which is directed by Jason Reitman and set in 1987, is adapted from Joyce Maynard's novel of the same name.
Gattlin Griffith stars as Henry, while Tobey Maguire plays him as an older man.
Labor Day is released in the UK in February 2014.