More than a decade after the 'Titanic' sank, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet have been reunited on the silver screen.
After costarring in the highest-grossing movie of all time, DiCaprio and Winslet knew that they would have to choose very carefully if they were ever to work again.
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“Over the years, I would find myself stopping and saying, ‘I don’t know if we should do this again.’ And then I’d think, ‘What are you, an idiot? Why wouldn’t I want to work with the best actress of her generation? DiCaprio told Entertainment Weekly.
But "Revolutionary Road," the classic novel by Richard Yates about a young married couple suffering fro the soul-crushing conformity of '50s suburban America, has brought them back together.
At one point during the interview, Winslet reached over to drag a concerned finger along a scratch across DiCaprio's nose.
"Oh, my God, and look at me fussing over your face. I’ve literally turned into a combination of your mother, your sister, and, I don’t know what, your wife!”
Despite their on-screen romances and off-screen rapport, the suggestion of love between the two elicits gales of laughter from the stars.
“We’ve always been completely platonic," say DiCaprio.