Kate Winslet Hilariously Recreates Her Famous 'Titanic' Scene on the Side of a Cliff


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If you remember one thing about the classic film, Titanic, it's Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio's spectacularly romantic "flying" moment on the boat.

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And as Kate is scaling a cliff on NBC's Running Wild with Bear Grylls, the actress couldn't help but take the opportunity to recreate that epic moment.

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"Jack! I feel like I'm flying!" says Kate, mimicking her now-famous scene with Leo. "Alright come on, get me down this f**king thing."

Here's the original clip, in case you want to experience it all over again.

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While they played on-screen lovers, Kate and Leo's romance never actually transferred to real life.

"It's so disappointing for people to hear that," she told Marie Claire UK last October. "Because in the soap opera of the Kate and Leo story we fell in love at first sight and had a million snogs, but actually we never did."

Despite being in perhaps the most romantic movie of all time, Kate's hardly been limited by that type of role! The actress opened up to ET on what it was like playing an antagonist in the Insurgent franchise of movies.

"People have been saying, 'Gosh, you're not known for doing these big franchise pieces and playing the baddie,' and it's like, 'Isn't that great!'" Kate told ET.

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Titanic's composer, James Horner, tragically died in a plane crash last month. Watch him talk about how only Celine Dion could have sang "My Heart Will Go On" below.