As any girl who was below the age of 100 at the time might remember, Kate Winslet received a lot of attention, good and bad, for her slightly larger than Hollywood average curves during Titanic‘s initial release in 1997. This time around, it’s her costar Leonardo DiCaprio who’s having his voluptuousness critiqued…by Winslet! “We do look very different, we’re older,” the Carnage actress told iTV’s Daybreak in an interview about Titanic 3D. “Leo’s 37, I’m 36 — we were 21 and 22 when we made that film. You know, he’s fatter now — I’m thinner.” Aw, that’s not fair! Look at him. Leo was barely through puberty when he had to make every tween in America swoon and drowned in the Atlantic!
Of course, Winslet is pretty well-known as a non-stop geyser of hilariously inappropriate comments, though up until now they’ve almost all been self-deprecating. “My Heart Will Go On,” her sex scenes, the contents of her stomach: Kate couldn’t hold back anything if she tried! Of course, she isn’t the first person to discuss Leo’s slightly rounder physique in public. “Some of those pounds on later Hoover were not prosthetic. I’ll say it. Leo got a little fat,” joked J. Edgar screenwriter Dustin Lance Black last fall. See, Kate? Leo’s probably still working off that J. Edgar weight. It’s a historical fact that the first director of the FBI had a gigantic apple head!
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