Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill Reenact Titanic Scene on Saturday Night Live

01/26/2014 at 12:45 PM EST

Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill Reenact Titanic Scene on Saturday Night Live
Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio on Saturday Night Live

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Jonah Hill is nominated for an Oscar for The Wolf of Wall Street but that doesn't mean he can get away with acting like a big shot. At least according to his costar, Leonardo DiCaprio.

Hill, who was hosting Saturday Night Live, acted a little bothered when several SNL cast members began asking him about the Wolf star during his opening monologue.

"What is it like working with Leonardo DiCaprio?" asked one. "What's Leo's hair like, is it like beautiful?" asked another.

Then Taran Killam, dressed as Hill's Moneyball costar Brad Pitt, asked, "What's DiCaprio like? I bet he's the best!"



Hill, 30, then explained that Leo wasn't even supposed to be in the movie with him. That's when DiCaprio, 39 walked onto the set. "I have a question," he asked. "What the hell are you doing, man?"

"I was, like, being a big shot," Hill replied.

"And what did we say about acting like a big shot in public?" DiCaprio asked.

"We said, like, I shouldn't do it," Hill said.

Hill then asked DiCaprio if they could do "the thing we did every day, the thing that made me feel safe."

Hill then raised his arms up as DiCaprio stepped behind him and nuzzled his neck, reenacting the famous scene with Kate Winslet from 1997's Titanic



"I'm flying, Jack," Hill exclaimed.

"Yes, Rose. You're flying," DiCaprio responded.

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