'No, it’s definitely not Leo’s bag at all': Kate Winslet spills on Titanic reunion in Avatar franchise

    Kate Winslet and James Cameron reunite in Avatar: The Way of Water but shrug off prospects of Leonardo DiCaprio joining future sequels, citing he’s a "dry land kind of guy".

    Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet (Source: BuzzFeed News)

    Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet (Source: BuzzFeed News)

    Years after their iconic roles on the Titanic, fans were raving about the re-collaboration of Kate Winslet and James Cameron in the groundbreaking "Avatar: The Way of Water". With its success splashing across global box offices, rumors are afloat about the future of the Avatar series.

    Sequels Set Sail, But Will Leo Climb Aboard?

    The blue hues of Pandora have shone once again, 13 years after James Cameron's last foray into the Avatar universe. As reported by IMDb, he’s not stopping at one. Announcements of the 3rd, 4th, and 5th installments have sparked whispers of a Titanic reunion. Might the enigmatic Leonardo DiCaprio, once Winslet's on-screen heartthrob, rejoin her in the depths of Pandora's oceans?

    Kate Douses the Flames of Speculation

    In an anticipated conversation, both Kate and Cameron were quizzed about Leo's potential appearance. While Cameron left the door ajar, hinting that casting for the 4th and 5th sequels hadn’t been cemented, it was Winslet's candid confession that drenched the flames of speculation: "No, it’s definitely not Leo’s bag at all. No, he’s more of like a dry land kind of a guy." Bold words, but coming from someone who knows DiCaprio as closely as she does, perhaps the Titanic won't sail on Pandora's waters after all.

    Avatar 2 (Source: IMDB)

    A World of Pandora Awaits

    Regardless of Leo's potential casting, Avatar aficionados have much to be excited about. Cameron has expressed that the upcoming sequels will further delve into the world of Pandora and follow the narrative arcs of the Sully family. Given the prowess shown in "Avatar: The Way of Water", released on December 16, 2022, in India, the next chapters promise to be a captivating journey. With or without a Titanic reunion, the voyage through Pandora is bound to be monumental.

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