Kate Winslet Spontaneously Recreates "Titanic" Scene With Bear Grylls

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Kate Winslet braved the outdoor adventure set before her with the help of famous outdoorsman and survivalist Bear Grylls.

Grylls has become something of a survivalist guide to the stars with his new show, Running Wild with Bear Grylls.

On a cliffside in Wales, as Kate Winslet was dangling by what looked like no more than a rope, she decided to recreate her famous scene from Titanic.

You can probably guess the one and you've probably recreated it yourself at some point in your life.

Yep, the "I'm flying!" scene at the front of the boat.

Tonight I take #KateWinslet on a journey through Wales! Tune in at 10/9c on NBC! #RunningWild

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Kate Winslet spontaneously spouted her lines from the iconic scene after Bear Grylls had her take her hands off the rope and spread her arms.

Seemingly unamused that Kate Winslet is reciting lines while dangling from a cliff side, Bear Grylls said, “Kate, do you trust me?”

To which Kate Winslet replied, “You jump, I jump, right?”

She added, “Alright, come on, get me down this f—king thing.”


Running Wild with Bear Grylls has become immensely popular since the first episode starring Zac Efron in a two-day long journey through the wild Catskill mountains.

Their journey began with a jump out of a helicopter before embarking on 40-mile journey through the mountains.


For Zac Efron, the biggest reason to do the show, he admitted, was to hang out with Bear Grylls.

The two of them repelled over slippery rocks and ate nuts, jerky, and worms.

#Repost @nbcrunningwild with @repostapp. ・・・ Don’t look down. #RunningWild

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They also bonded. Like men.

Zac opened up to Bear, and the rest of us really, about life as an actor and his stint in rehab. In return, Bear Grylls admitted that he can't dance.

There were even jokes about mixing up pee bottles and water bottles, snuggling, and even goodnight kisses.

It's great to see Kate Winslet get in touch with her inner outdoor woman. Don't you think? Have you been watching? What's your favorite episode so far?

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.