Leonardo DiCaprio And Jonah Hill Recreate Titanic Scene On Saturday Night Live

Photo Courtesy of NBC

Photo Courtesy of NBC

Dean Richards
Staff Writer

Leonardo DiCaprio crashed Jonah Hill’s opening monologue while he was hosting Saturday Night Live last night (January 25th) in an attempt to mock the successful actor’s apparent arrogance.

During his opening talk, Jonah Hill received questions from the “audience” asking him about DiCaprio, and when he started talking down on him, DiCaprio himself suddenly popped up, causing the audience to scream out in surprise. He then gave the Oscar-nominated guest host a lecture about how he shouldn’t let his success get to his head.

“Jonah, I knew this was going to happen if you got nominated,” he said. “But you don’t have to pretend anymore. You’re a real actor now. You should be humble, you should be gracious.”

But that wasn’t all. A suddenly insecure looking Hill asked DiCaprio whether he wanted to “do the thing we always did every day that made me feel safe”, because he was feeling a little nervous and needed some reassurance.

The two proceeded to take on a pose from Titanic, with DiCaprio taking on his former role of Jack and Hill crying out “Am I flying, Jack?”

This episode is already the third time Hill hosted SNL, with two previous appearances in 2008 and 2012.

Have a look at the video below and let us know what you think!

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