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Leonardo DiCaprio Shares A Bitter Sweet Embrace With Matthew McConaughey After Losing Out On His Fourth Oscar!

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#PoorLeo! Always the bridesmaid, never the bride!

Matthew McConaughey won a well-deserved acting Oscar for his phenomenal work in Dallas Buyers Club, but there sadly weren't enough statues for everyone!

Some folks got left out!! Like four-time Oscar nominee Leonardo DiCaprio — he came up short. Again.

Matt did hug his buddy and Wolf of Wall Street star on the way up to accept the award, but was it more salt in the wound?

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What do you think those two said to each other? Were there words of encouragement? Vows for revenge? Some stuff about fugazi?

We really aren't sure, but between this and freezing to death at the end of Titanic, Leo just has the worst luck!!!

He shouldn't fret too much, though — he'll always have that Berlin International Film Festival win from 1996 for your fine work in Romeo + Juliet!

Matt can never take that away from him!

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6 comments to “Leonardo DiCaprio Shares A Bitter Sweet Embrace With Matthew McConaughey After Losing Out On His Fourth Oscar!”

  1. annainparis says – reply to this


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    Leo was supportive, he congratulated Matthew. The problem with Leo is that we always want more of him, pushing himself even more (which he can do) and the other problem is that he is Deniro and Scorsese's protegee which means that the industry expects even more of him (it's a double edge thing). No matter how many nominations he has had in the past, this year Matthew was stronger (the same thing happened to cate blanchett when she was 'supposed' to win for elizabeth the golden age and that year Marion cotillard snubbed the oscar, she came full force). Leo will win when it's not logically predictable for him to but when his performance will be more mature and even more charismatic (because he is highly charismatic)

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  4. 4

    McConaughey, hey, hey !!! fantastic!

  5. Bryan H says – reply to this


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    Shocking video of why Leo didn't win.

  6. Franky Aikens says – reply to this


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    What we all can learn from Matthew McConaughey's Oscar acceptance speech.