There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
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Well now we have ANOTHER reason to squeal as it looks like the Hollywood stars will be sitting next to each other at the SAG Awards!
TNT, the network airing the award show, took to Instagram and posted:
Looks like Leonardo DiCaprio is pulling out the big guns!
On Thursday, Leo met with Pope Francis at the Vatican in Italy to discuss very important issues like climate change and the environment. Also along for the ride was L.D.'s father George DiCaprio and the global fundraising chair for the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation.
The meeting is not too much of a surprise considering both the Pope and the actor are staunch supporters of reducing our carbon footprint in an effort to make the world more sustainable for generations to come.
In fact, last September P.F. made a great comment about environmentalism at the United Nations General Assembly, saying:
"Any harm done to our environment is harm done to humanity."
How well said!
While the contents of the meeting were private, we're sure the two had a great brainstorming session on how to stop the horrendous crimes against our environment. They're both passionate AND knowledgeable about the cause, after all!
Who knows, maybe Leo will top off his fab month with an Oscar win!
Woah, there's A LOT to break down here!
Despite the laid back tone of the film depicting one night of improvisational conversation between 20-something friends, it ended up causing tons of drama for Don and the director R.D. Robb.
Essentially, Leo and Tobey claimed Don's Plum was misrepresented as a director's exercise for a portfolio instead of a full-feature film. The actors contended the movie makers decided to release the footage only after DiCaprio made it big with Titanic. The slander in the press and subsequent litigation eventually resulted in the film being banned in the United States and Canada.
Cut to 21 years later, and Wheatley is fighting back. After years of failed legal attempts, the producer has released the full movie on his website along with an open letter to Leo.
In the scathing letter, D.W. states:
The Revenant landed an astounding 12 nominations for this year's Oscars — one of which was for the shocking visual effects!
This nod didn't come of a surprise, largely due to a very realistic (and horribly gruesome) scene where Leonardo DiCaprio gets attacked by a grizzly bear.
But filming the graphic scene, which shows DiCaprio's character Hugh Glass getting viciously mauled (but not raped) for several minutes, didn't involve a bear at all!
In fact, stuntman Glen Ennis, who brought the animal to life with the help of CGI, says there was never even a bear on the set of the Alejandro Iñárritu thriller!
Similar to how Andy Serkis became Gollum in Lord Of The Rings, the 51-year-old wore a blue suit and behaved exactly like a grizzly bear — and CGI animators did the rest of the work.
This is what he actually looked like on set:
Is this old flame rekindling??
What is going on this week??
But while these two are both single, a source is insisting these two are "just friends," as they were also spotted with Cara Delevingne.
This time around though, the insider continued: