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Jonah Hill Recreates 'Titanic' Scene with Leonardo DiCaprio on 'SNL'

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Everyone is buzzing about SNL today. Actors Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio decided to recreate the famous and iconic scene from 'Titanic' during Hill's opening monologue on 'Saturday Night Live' on January 25 in New York City.

'Titanic' fans remember the famous "I'm Flying Scene" when the film first came out. While Hill was smack talking his 'The Wolf of Wall Street' costar, DiCaprio decided to make a surprise appearance on stage. After a few moments, Hill said, "Hey Lee, remember when we were on set and I would get really nervous? Can we do the thing we always did every day that made me feel safe?" After DiCaprio agreed, music from 'Titanic' began playing and he wrapped his arms around Hill. Well, I'm sure you can guess what Hill shouted out next.

The scene was absolutely hilarious and it brought me back to the days when I had the biggest crush on Leo and was totally obsessed with 'Titanic'. You can check out the clip my clicking the link here. Skip to about 2:07 where it all begins.

What did you think about DiCaprio's appearance? It's nice to see him poke fun at himself.


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