The 23-year-old actress - who has been working with director Scorsese and Hollywood hunk DiCaprio on upcoming film 'The Wolf of Wall Street' - thinks the pair, who have made four films together, can read each other's minds.
She told The Guardian newspaper: ''They're telepathic. You'd be sitting there discussing a scene and they'll be like, 'Do you think...?' 'Hmm.' 'But what about the...?' 'Yeah.' I'm going, 'Hello? Did I miss something? Are we changing anything? I have no idea what we're changing!' ''
The blonde beauty - who launched her career on Australian soap 'Neighbours' - was inspired by the two Hollywood heavyweights and did her best to keep up with them on set.
She explained: ''Honestly, I just put all my energy into keeping up with them because they are both powerhouses in their own way; if you don't keep up you get left behind. They just won't cut to you and your part will get smaller and smaller.''
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