Thank goodness everything turned out ok during yesterday's emergency landing of Delta Flight 30, because one of the 193 passengers happened to be none other than Leonardo DiCaprio! DiCaprio, who was on his way to the Tiger Summit in St. Petersburg, "wishes to commend the actions of the pilot and flight crew in bringing the plane to a safe landing," according to his rep. He also reportedly signed autographs for all the crew members!

Investigators believe a compressor stall in the left engine caused the engine to malfunction, the most likely cause of which would be bird strike. But no "snarge," or bird remains, have been found. The pilot, now identified as Capt. E.C. Anderson, said, "It just went bang. I've been doing this a long time and I have never seen anything like that." And even if Anderson hadn't handled everything smoothly, DiCaprio once played a fake pilot in Catch Me If You Can, so we're sure he could have handled everything.