25 and has grossed about million to date, has divided critics. She has a brand-new baby and is in love," he says of Winslet, who just gave birth to her third child, son Bear.Is it a ludicrously funny romp about greed and decadence, or does it glorify the very abysmal things it depicts? However, Di Caprio, ever the perfectionist, really did spend time on Wall Street, on trading floors, observing the type of people who populate the film."I wasn't incognito. I was there, walking around," he told us, admitting that he's too tall and too famous to really be undercover. Brought up in Berkshire, Winslet studied drama from childhood and began her career in British television in 1991.She made her film debut in Heavenly Creatures (1994), for which she received praise.So did he meet real-life Jordan Belforts, guys for whom money is everything? But, says Di Caprio, "There's a lot of guys that are doing a lot of great stuff and are responsible."We did have to tell Di Caprio that even though he's mighty impressive as Belfort, we kept thinking of him as his pal Kate Winslet has described him in interviews: "farty Leo." That elicited deep belly laughs from Di Caprio, who co-starred with Winslet in Titanic."She never says that to my face. , the Oscar winner quickly made her decision, saying that there was absolutely no competition between the leading men.
In addition, she has won awards from the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts and European Film Academy, among others, and the Honorary César Award in 2012.But my boobs are gigantic in the film and now it's like, how did no one guess?Although many romances in Hollywood fade, the platonic relationship between Kate Winslet and Leonardo Di Caprio has lasted for over fifteen years.Winslet's greatest commercial successes since Titanic include the romantic comedy The Holiday (2006), the animated film Flushed Away (2006), and the first two films of The Divergent Series. In fact, Di Caprio gave the actress away when she married Ned Rocknroll in 2012.He always saw me as one of the boys; I've never really been a girly-girl. The thing for me personally that is a difficult transition is that my life at home is just so different to my life at work.