Many actors and actresses leave filming with a little memory. But Leonardo DiCaprio has collected enough items from the Titanic set to open his own museum. Guest of David Yontef’s Behind the Velvet Rope podcast on February 2, interior designer and ex-reality TV contestant Megan Weaver made cute little revelations about Leonardo DiCaprio. Recalling the 1990s, when she worked for Jack Dawson’s interpreter, Weaver recalled her first visit to the latter’s Malibu house. With humor, she explained to have entered a real museum of James Cameron’s film.
“When I was working for Leo, his mom left me home in Malibu for the weekend. I was dating someone who lived in Canada, we had a long distance relationship and he was visiting me, so they got me. let the beach house enjoy it, ”Weaver says. “I didn’t tell her where we were going and when we walked into the house it was all Titanic. Titanic towels, Titanic posters, Titanic everywhere,” she jokes. “My boyfriend looked at me like ‘Is this Leo’s house?’ and I told him yes. It was pretty cool. “
“Titanic towels, Titanic posters, Titanic everywhere.”
Amused, the interior designer emphasizes that “everything was done with taste”, and suspects that Leonardo DiCaprio is not entirely behind it all. “I don’t think he’ll do that now, but back then … It was the 1990s, and the movie wasn’t very old yet. And it wasn’t his primary residence, he wasn’t. ‘didn’t go there often, so I think her mother had something to do with it.
Almost twenty-five years have passed since the release of Titanic, but the film continues to thrill moviegoers as it did on day one. Too bad that DiCaprio’s private museum is probably no longer relevant, it could have attracted sacred crowds …
Leonardo Dicaprio at the screening of the documentary Before the Flood in Los Angeles on October 24, 2016 © Future-Image via ZUMA Press / Bestimage © Zuma Press