“We found ourselves saying to each other, ‘Can you imagine if the world really knew the stupid things we say?’ I’m not going to tell you what we actually talk about, but yeah.” As previously reported, the pair and fellow Titanic costar Billy Zane reunited in St., obviously, which premiered to the world in 1997), and to this day, the pair is as close as ever.Winslet even confirmed to the publication that their conversations often hark back to their humble beginnings aboard that doomed vessel.“You don’t even want to know the last conversation we had, because it was so funny and made me laugh so much," Winslet revealed.
5 Details & Rumors That Could Mean They're A Couple Still, this source claims that Kate and Leo have finally given into the chemistry they've shared since the day they met. Zane, who portrayed Rose’s fiancee Cal in the film, also opened up about fans’ division over the love triangle he shared with Jack (Di Caprio) and Rose (Winslet), who fell for each other despite Rose’s relationship with Cal. When [women] were younger they were like, ‘How can you do that to Jack?’ And when they grow up they [now say to me], ‘What was Rose thinking? And that wouldn't surprise anyone who's seen that super steamy car scene in "Titanic." Though they've only ever said they were friends in real life, they have always been super affectionate, supportive and sweet with each other. “For Leo and I, I think it was seven months of very intense work,” Winslet, 41, said on ITV’s Lorraine on Tuesday, October 3, of filming Titanic with Di Caprio, 42.