- Billy Zane goes dapper in flat cap and suit jacket but still wears casual
- Billy appeared during a a club scene in the original film as he tried to convince Derek Zoolander [Ben Stiller] not to compete in a walk-off against up-and-coming model Hansel McDonald [Owen Wilson].
- Actor Billy Zane Knows You're Still Mad At Him For His Role In 'Titanic'
- Billy Zane -- you know, the actor behind insufferable snob Calvin Hockley in "Titanic" -- is well aware you haven't forgiven him for being an "asshole" in the classic 1997 film.
- 'Titanic' Star Billy Zane Tells Us His Theory About Leo & The Space On That
- Nearly 20 years after audiences sobbed through three and a half hours of Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio's high-seas love story in Titanic, fans — and the film's stars — are still talking about its heart-wrenching ending. You know, the one where ...
- Billy Zane joins Kate Winslet as he wades into Titanic debate over Jack's survival
- Billy Zane, who played Kate's evil fiancé Cal Hockley in the film, has now agreed Rose let Jack Dawson die by hogging the raft. Getty Billy Zane thinks Kate's character was selfish. Billy thinks Kate's character was selfish.
- 'Zoolander 2' Fan Favorite Billy Zane Talks Reuniting With Pal Ben Stiller For
- For the uninitiated, it goes like this: When things get heated between Zoolander and his male model nemesis, Hansel, and a walk-off is suggested, Billy Zane steps in to bring Zoolander to his senses. "Don't do this, Derek," he warns.
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