Leonardo DiCaprio News Archive
Leonardo DiCaprio loves the environment and every wonderful creature in it!
So of course he'll do whatever he can to help out those in need.
As most of us know, elephants are in serious need of help. Under constant assault from poachers, people need to step up and make a difference.
Leo has heard that call to action and has stepped up and given a
Leonardo DiCaprio is the best thing ever. There. We said it.
Now that that's out of the way, we can go on gushing about how amazing he is and how much good he does for the world.
While on Ellen, Leo was talking about all the amazing movies he's done, his philanthropic endeavors and his adventures!
He's done all sorts of things, like riding elephants while searching for tigers and swimming with great white sharks.
One time, while swimming in a shark cage near a great white, the shark actually made its way INSIDE the cage!!
Oh noes!! Leo must've been terrified!
Did he survive this awful close encounter? Or did he perish, all alone at the bottom of the ocean?
Check out the video (above) to find out if he lived or died!!
It looks like Leonardo DiCaprio has some SERIOUS explaining to do!
The actor has recently come under fire after PETA criticized his decision to work with a chimpanzee in the upcoming film The Wolf Of Wall Street!
In what appears to be a harmless clip (in the GIF above), Leo can be seen holding a particularly stylish monkey who for some reason is wearing a pair of roller skates. (Siiiiigh.)
Well, the organization claims that the monkey was provided the Rosaire family who are allegedly known to
We should all know by now that shark finning is the worst thing ever.
Thank goodness Aaron Paul has thrown himself behind the cause so hopefully now some real change is coming!
He recently tweeted:
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) December 2, 2013
There's a film called Extinction Soup trying to put an end to shark finning.
Shark finning is cruel and awful and we really hope people check out this movie's indiegogo page and donate to get it off the ground!
Save the sharks!!
Check out the trailer for the movie AFTER THE JUMP!!
Leonardo DiCaprio has money and fame and he uses them to help animals!!
He's kinda way awesome!
His foundation, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, gave a $3,000,000 grant to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
The WWF is currently trying to help Nepal double its wild tiger numbers by 2022!
Leo, a WWF board member, said: