No doubt the second biggest story line heading into the 2016 Academy Awards is whether or not this will FINALLY be the year that Leonardo DiCaprio takes homes a gold statuette for his performance as the death-defying trapper Hugh Glass in The Revenant. In what will most likely be his last public remarks prior to the ceremony, Leo spoke with ABC's Robin Roberts on the red carpet.
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By now we have all seen (and possibly re-posted) one of the many memes referring to Leonardo DiCaprio and his past Academy Award defeats. While the actor has yet to take home a coveted Oscar statue, he is highly favored to be this year's winner for Best Actor–and, if the results mirror the 2016 Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, this may be Leo's year. While we wait for the envelopes to be opened on February 28, here is a glimpse at Leo's road to potential 2016 Oscar victory, including past Academy Award nominations and his other awards show victories along the way.
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The Revenant, a historical drama about a fur trapper determined to exact vengeance, was the big winner at last night's 73rd annual Golden Globes award ceremony. Check out the acceptance speeches from Leonardo DiCaprio, who won for Best Actor in a Drama, and Alejandro González Iñárritu, who got the nod as Best Director.
Who knew Leonardo DiCaprio nearly died...twice? Check out this clip of him describing his near-death experiences during a routine sky dive, and another involving an airplane engine exploding!
Leonardo DiCaprio and his latest supermodel girlfriend, Kelly Rohrbach, are no longer an item. So, you're telling me there's a chance...
The Revenant, the latest film from acclaimed Birdman director Alejandro G. Iñárritu, has been in headlines for an assortment of reasons over the past few months. It's attracted a great deal of attention (and Oscar buzz) for its bleak, unrelenting trailer; lately, it became the subject of amusing rumors about a scene in which star Leonardo DiCaprio is allegedly raped by a bear. One question that fans seem to have above all, though, is what the "Inspired by True Events" tag on the poster actually means. Is The Revenant based on a true story?
Rumors about Leonardo DiCaprio bear rape have spread faster than the California wildfires that threaten some of those very bears' habitats. Though this may sound like a practical joke, it turns out that the Leo bear rape rumors are more or less based in reality. Where did these rumors come from–and, more importantly, are they true?