Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio became great romantic stars in Titanic, but the chemistry they had on-screen never translated into any real-life sexual feelings. According to Winslet, they never even flirted:
One of the most wonderful things about the relationship I had with Leonardo DiCaprio is that we were always just friends, not a flicker of flirtation. ... People wanted us to end up together in some way, but the kissing scenes in Titanic were very weird, like I was kissing my brother.
Hmm, Winslet seems pretty cool with the fact that Leo never wanted to do her. Wonder what's up with that? I mean, most women would be at least a little disappointed, don't you think? Unless Winslet doesn't really like men. Which would make her marriage to Sam Mendes a complete sham. But I don't buy that - I think Kate's a dyed-in-the-wool man's-woman. Which means she must be in deep denial about her failure to turn Leo's crank. I'm guessing that, every time they run into each other, it's one of those awkward moments. You know, Leo not wanting to make eye-contact, and Kate pretending to be very composed, asking him how he's doing, babbling about her kids and stuff. Then Kate starts biting her lip, and Leo mumbles something and slinks away, and Kate has to excuse herself and run to the bathroom, and spends the next several minutes staring at herself in the mirror saying, "You're such a fatty. Why are you such a fatty? You fatty fatty fatty..."
Or perhaps Crabbie's imagination is just running away with him again.
(By the way, Angelina wants to ask Kate what's so weird about kissing your brother.)