Kate Winslet has forged enviable bonds with her handsome male co-stars over the course of her career. She and Titanic super-star Leonardo DiCaprio are so close, for example, that he reportedly walked Winslet down the aisle of her wedding. The Oscar-winning actress got along so well with Jobs co-star Michael Fassbender that he thoughtfully surprised Winslet with a top-of-the-line present for her 40th birthday. In the Australian film, Winslet plays the titular role, a glamorous dressmaker who returns to her small hometown to exact revenge on those who did her wrong and reconnect with an attractive farmer played by the Hunger Games stud, who happens to be 15 years her junior. Their relationship progresses via several love scenes, for which Winslet dutifully prepared her year-old daughter Mia, a Hunger Games super-fan. The Oscar winner gave her daughter credit for helping her with a bit of integral research, however.
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Kate Winslet’s Nude Titanic Portrait Haunts Her to This Day | Vanity Fair
Tabloid reports claim Kate Winslet's figure was digitally altered for a Vanity Fair photo spread. Titanic star Kate Winslet is furious over tabloid reports that racy photos of her in the latest issue of Vanity Fair were vigorously airbrushed to make her look thinner. Several British newspapers have questioned whether Winslet's enviably svelte figure in the photo spread for the December issue of the magazine has been digitally enhanced. Feral speculation or not, the indignant star has hit back at the mounting retouching claims. While on the cover she appears nude, with her legs crossed in nothing but a trench coat.
Kate Winslet poses nude for Vanity Fair shoot
Washington, Dec 8 Hollywood actress Kate Winslet has said that she had reservations about stripping off for Vanity Fair. The 'Hamlet' actress revealed that it was not until she was told that photographer Steven Meisel, the man behind Madonna's Sex book, will be clicking her that she convinced herself to bare all for the magazine. Winslet revealed that before the shoot she cringed a bit, but soon realized that she had landed once in a lifetime opportunity to pose for a great picture with a great photographer. I absolutely had a moment of thinking, 'I don't believe I'm gonna take my clothes off here,' and the next moment I thought, 'Yeah, dammit, I am; I'm 43, I've had two kids, Steven Meisel is taking pictures of me naked. This is never gonna happen again!
Kate Winslet has been acting for nearly two thirds of her life. Now, at 44, a cultural reckoning, a global pandemic, and a remarkable new film role have caused the Oscar winner to reevaluate her career choices. In it, Winslet plays the real-life paleontologist Mary Anning.