Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio‘s friendship will go on, regardless of distance or time — even when it has been 84 years.
When the 2 Oscar-winning actors reunited in Los Angeles after practically three years as a result of coronavirus pandemic, it was, in line with Winslet, fairly emotional.
“I could not cease crying,” the 46-year-old Mare of Easttown star advised The Guardian.
READ MORE: Alec Baldwin thanks supporters for ‘sort’ messages, says he is ‘making an attempt to get by means of a tricky time’
“I’ve identified him for half my life! It isn’t as if I’ve discovered myself in New York or he is been in London and there is been an opportunity to have dinner or seize a espresso and a catchup,” she continued.
“We’ve not been in a position to go away our nations. Like so many friendships globally, we have missed one another due to COVID-19.”
The 2 first starred collectively as Jack and Rose within the Romeo and Juliet-like 1997 blockbuster movie Titanic, directed by James Cameron, and later as husband and spouse within the 2008 romantic drama movie Revolutionary Street.
READ MORE: Nicole Kidman opens up about ageism in Hollywood
The Everlasting Sunshine of the Spotless Thoughts star additionally mirrored on how younger each of them have been once they have been filming Titanic.
“I turned 21 on that shoot, and Leo turned 22,” she mentioned wistfully, in line with the outlet.
Winslet, who’s now aged 46, and DiCaprio, now 47, have each performed fairly effectively for themselves within the 25 years since they met on the ship set — Winslet has an Oscar, 4 Golden Globe Awards, three Display screen Actors Guild Awards, two Primetime Emmy Awards and even a Grammy Award, to call just a few honours, in the meantime DiCaprio has gained 101 awards of his 252 nominations, lastly clinching an Oscar in 2016 for Greatest Actor after years of on-line campaigns from followers.
“He is my buddy, my actually shut buddy,” Winslet mentioned of the As soon as Upon a Time in Hollywood star.
“We’re bonded for all times.”
For a day by day dose of 9Honey, subscribe to our e-newsletter right here.
Christmas film stars: Then and now