Kate Winslet says she bonded with Leonardo DiCaprio with intercourse discuss whereas filming ‘Titanic’
Kate Winslet spoke about her unique relationship with “Titanic” co-star Leonardo DiCaprio in a new interview.
The 45-year-old actress told Rolling Stone that she and DiCaprio, 46, shared sex tips while filming the 1997 drama. And she even described her steamy romance scene in the Renault touring car as “nice”.
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According to the news agency, Winslet and DiCaprio laughed at gossip columns suggesting they were a couple.
“Just the idea of it was crazy, it would have been absolutely like incest,” Winslet reportedly told Rolling Stone. “I have the relationship with Leo that any woman in the world would envy.”
Unlike most family members, however, the two actors allegedly discussed intimate details about the lovemaking in DiCaprio’s trailer when they were having downtime.
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What was specifically shared in those moments, Winslet kept her answer vague.
“You know, some very, very personal things that ask each other for advice,” she told the point of sale. “Don’t necessarily compare notes, but ‘No, don’t do it this way, do it this way.’ He’s very good at it. I have to say a lot of those sexual tips he gave me worked. And I know it’s the other way around. “
Winslet declined to comment when asked if she could offer some tips that would be helpful to her. All she said, however, was that her tips exchanged were “too despicable” and “really graphic”.
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Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio played the roles of Rose and Jack in the 1997 romantic drama “Titanic”.
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Later in the interview, Winslet described the “Titanic” sex scene between characters Jack and Rose who were so dissimilar to DiCaprio and herself, but she still found the experience enjoyable.
“We weren’t in that scene. And yet we were so firm in what it had to be about. The rose in me really loved the Jack in him,” explained Winslet. “And although I didn’t feel that way about Leo, it was very nice to feel that way in the scene. It was very nice.”
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According to Winslet, DiCaprio immediately got up and left when the camera stopped rolling.
“And I remember lying there and thinking, ‘What a shame this is over.’ Because it was nice, “she recalled.
It’s been 23 years since the Oscar-winning film made its box office debut. In addition, the “Titanic” will celebrate its 24th anniversary on December 19, 2021.
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According to IMDbPro’s ticket sales data through Box Office Mojo, the film grossed more than $ 2.1 billion worldwide from its original release.
This number does not reflect the 3D release of “Titanic” in 2012 and two new releases in 2017 and 2020.