Oscar winners DiCaprio, 42, and Winslet, 41, played star-crossed lovers Jack and Rose in James Cameron's 1998 retelling of the sinking of the Titanic, and were reunited in 2009 as a warring couple in Revolutionary Road.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet have been an example of a great friendship since they starred in the 1997 blockbuster. As the iconic film will be turning 20 years in November, one lucky victor will get to spend time with the famous co-stars at a restaurant of their choice in New York City. And now we save the icebergs. According to BuzzFeed, it's unclear how much the prize went for, but whoever won will sit down with the two Oscar winners for a private dinner in NY between October and November at a restaurant of their choosing.
The old friends gathered Wednesday for a black tie gala in support of DiCaprio's Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, with funds going toward initiatives "protecting the earth and all of its inhabitants".
The charity auction is typically filled with celebrity guests and performers, and will have a special performance from Lenny Kravitz this year.
Actor and activist! Since 2008, Leo's foundation has granted $80 million to environmental causes.
Leonardo's annual auction and gala benefits a variety of charities close to the actor's heart, including the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, which helps environmental causes.
I think it's safe to say this dinner will generate a ton of bids. DiCaprio will next star in an adaptation of the Stephan Talty novel The Black Hand, while Winslet is slated for The Mountain Between Us with Idris Elba.
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