After breaking one of Tom Cruise's remarkable records, Kate Winslet is making fun of him.
The 47-year-old actress recently discussed her training for her most recent film, Avatar: The Way of Water, with USA Today.
Winslet is renowned for holding her breath underwater for seven minutes and 47 seconds while filming the James Cameron project.
Cruise had previously held the record, which he had set in 2015 while filming Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation for six minutes.
Winslet left a message for Cruise with the source, saying, "Poor Tom," despite the fact that she said he hasn't gotten in touch with her since she broke his record.
"Ned is an extremely fit, healthy person and is capable of a great many things," Winslet shared .
"He trained with me so that if I needed to practice without our instructor there we were safe because you really can't do it by yourself. It's the same as scuba diving: You have to have a buddy. It's a sport, it's a skill, and your body adjusts to be able to do that thing. So having Ned there was very important."
Sigourney Weaver, who co-stars with Winslet in the sequel to the 2009 film Avatar, told USA Today that she is fine with Winslet keeping the title.
"We were delighted for Kate that she did that," said Weaver. "
"You'll end up seeing over the course of the series why — what she went through, what sent her off on this new journey. I really just love that."