Yes, Billy Zane's affluent, narcissistic douchebag character in Titanic is named Caledon Hockley. How perfect is that? The perfect name for the perfect lowlife. (Sorry to any real-life Caledons out there.) Viewers become acquainted with Hockley's arrogance and immaturity by seeing how he treats his fiancé Rose. You could call it abusive on just about every front - emotional, psychological, even physical. It's no wonder Rose attempts to kill herself early on, before finding the love of her life in Leonardo DiCaprio's anti-douche character, Jack. Hockley spends the last hour of the movie bellowing threats at the lovestruck passengers while flailing through a crumbling ship and firing a pistol. Classic douche behavior. While we never get to see it, we're thankful Rose's narration informs us that Hockley winds up turning a pistol on himself. Good riddance!