The HBO series, which aired its final episode Sunday, does a lot to elevate and complicate the standard cop show — but ultimately it's still a cop show.
"She’s a fully functioning, flawed woman with a body and a face that moves in a way that is synonymous with her age and her life," Winslet said of her character.
"To finally walk through the door of a Wawa ... I felt like, ‘Oh, yes, I’m here, I belong. This is where it’s at,’” the “Mare of Easttown” star said.
“It was brilliant and I was very proud of myself and I’ll probably never be able to do it again,” the actor said of her below-the-surface work on "Avatar 2."
The Oscar-winner trained herself to hold her breath for seven minutes playing a "water person" in the much-delayed sequel.
"I have to take responsibility for the fact that I worked with them both. I can’t turn back the clock," the actor told Vanity Fair.
Winslet says in her PSA: “Wash your hands like your life depends on it. Because right now, in particular, it just might.”
The singer thinks he should have tried harder.
DiCaprio's "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood" co-stars pressed him on why Jack, his "Titanic" character, couldn't fit on a floating door with Kate Winslet.
The actress has three children: Mia, Joe and Bear.