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.
And the pop icon's dramatic rendition of "Baby Shark" on "The Late Late Show" with James Corden is something else.
Hopefully, the sequel won't end like the original.
Thirteen songs, nine sets, one take and every jaw on the floor.
A century ago, a racist press muddied their names when it didn't ignore them entirely.
"You saved my life," Gemma Nuttall told Winslet.
Our hearts still go on for Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.
Other films inducted into the National Film Registry this year are significant for their groundbreaking depictions of race, gender and class in America.
The actress also revealed the person who actually drew Rose’s portrait. (Hint: It wasn’t Leo.)
We think Jack would disagree.
The "StarTalk" host can't let this slide.
But do they "really hock it back" together?
It’s been 20 years since we met Kate and Leo aboard the Titanic. Now, they’re reuniting again.
The photo also has a pretty appropriate caption.