As one 16 year old, Nawid Mirkhail, who got the Titanic cut, but then was forced to have it shaved off said, “I like the hairstyle of the film star… And he looked very handsome with that haircut.” While every movie star is probably at some point flattered by imitations of himself (or herself), Di Caprio may well be the only movie star in history whose followers risked a physical beating and potential arrest for imitating his hair style.
; born 4 June 1985) is an Israeli model, television host, actress, and businesswoman.
(Originally the lead role was to go to Mathew Mc Conaughey to provide the “star power”, but director James Cameron and Kate Winslet both pushed for Di Caprio to get the role.) After making a good, but not incredible, million in its opening weekend, momentum (and great word of mouth) quickly set in.
Titanic soon set a “never to be broken” highest grossing film record (that was in fact soon to be broken by Avatar).
Refaeli has been referred to as a supermodel by Maxim Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, the Daily Mail, The Algemeiner, The Jerusalem Post, The Independent, and others.
Refaeli became the second Israeli model to appear in Sports Illustrated magazine (after Michaela Bercu), in her 2007 debut in its Swimsuit Issue, where she posed with the rock band Aerosmith.
Even extra-large vegetables, from tomatoes to cucumbers, started to be referred to as “Titanic Vegetables”. This incited the rage of the Taliban and soon the police started cracking down.