Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet became the household name in 1997 after they both featured in James Cameron’s Academy award-winning film "titanic." The stars who played the iconic roles of Jack Dawson and Rose Bukater, wants the fans to join them in celebrating the 20 years of "Titanic."

According to Us Weekly, Leo and Kate are auctioning off a dinner date with themselves as part of the actor’s annual charity gala. "The Revenant" movie star’s annual gala will be hosted in St. Tropez, France on July 26. According to the reports, in order to celebrate the most iconic film of 90’s, one bidder will get the opportunity to enjoy a meal with the lead star cast of the film.

More on Leo’s charity event

According to reports, DiCaprio’s charity events are always filled with the known Hollywood personalities. In addition to the chance that one lucky bidder will get to enjoy a dinner with Jake and Rose, the gala will also have A-list stars such as Tom Hanks, Tobey Maguire, Penelope Cruz, Uma Thurman, Jared Leto, and Emma Stone.

Us Weekly further reported that in 2016, Leo’s gala event raised a whopping $45 million and had guests like Bradley Cooper, Mariah Carey, and Chris Rock.

Other important goods in Leo’s auction include a three-meter long sculpture of a tiger created by a Russian artist Vasily Klyukin.

The dinner party will also benefit Kate Winslet’s GoFundMe campaign, which is helping a young mother in the UK pay for her cancer treatment.

Meanwhile, Leonardo is currently busy filming "Killer of the Flower Moon" and "The Black Hand." Kate, on the other hand, has recently completed the shoot of her upcoming films, "The Mountain Between Us" and "Wonder Wheel."

James Cameron’s take on 20 years of 'Titanic'

The award-winning director James Cameron, who is currently busy in the production of "Avatar" movie series, will be teaming up with National Geographic in order to present a one-hour long documentary on "Titanic," reported E!


The documentary titled “Titanic: 20th Anniversary” is set to air in December 2017 and will feature the "Terminator" movie director along with a team of experts talking about the ship, the movie, and the amazing discoveries and revelations that have surfaced in the past 20 years.

In a released statement, James noted that when he set to write and direct the iconic film, he wanted everything to be perfect and accurate as he was depicting the sufferings of actual people. He further added that now with National Geographic, he is going to reassess the entire procedure with the help of latest technological advancements in science.