Leonardo DiCaprio is confident that his losing streak at the Academy Awards is finally over! The Best Actor nominee at the 2016 Oscars is certain he’ll nab the statuette for his role in ‘The Revenant,’ and nothing is going to change his mind!
Go, Leo, go! Leonardo DiCaprio, 41, believes this is finally his year to win an Oscar, according to an insider who spoke to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY! Leo has been producing some incredible work for years, and he thinks it’s high time that he’s recognized at the Academy Awards. Will the 2016 Academy Awards provide the fateful moment in which he gets to go up onstage?
Let’s face it; everyone and their brother has been waiting around for Leo to take home an Oscar. ‘The Revenant’ just landed him his fourth Best Actor nomination — and it should be his first win.
Will this finally be Leonardo DiCaprio‘s year? All signs point to yes. The movie, directed by last year’s winner, Alejandro Inarritu, is leading the race with 12 nominations so we can assume that it will at least take home some of those — but Leo deserves Best Actor, even with the incredible talent he’s up against.
It’s the award we’ve been waiting waiting for all night at the 2016 Golden Globes: Best Movie — Drama! ‘The Revenant,’ the intense wilderness thriller starring Leonardo DiCaprio, took home the coveted award, beating out so many incredible other films.
It was a year with incredible contenders for the 2016 Golden Globes: Mad Max: Fury Road, Room, Spotlight, Carol, and The Revenant. But only one film could win — and it was quite a breathtaking one. The Revenant, the nerve-wracking thriller set in the wilderness of the 1820s, brought home two awards for Leonardo DiCaprio. What a wonderful end to a fantastic night!
Leonardo DiCaprio rises from the dead in his new gritty, compelling drama ‘The Revenant.’ This is a Leo you’ve never seen before, and I truly believe this is the year he’ll finally get to take home the gold statue.
Leonardo DiCaprio, 41, wows in his most intense drama to date. He plays a man who comes back from the brink of death and vows to avenge the death of his murdered son in The Revenant. The 5-time Oscar nominee is nearly unrecognizable in the role of the frontiersman, and he deserves nothing more than to walk away a winner at the 2016 Academy Awards.
With ‘The Revenant’ opening in limited theaters on Christmas Day, we have to know if it’s a must-see this year. Does Leonoardo DiCaprio score high once again or is this one just too dark to handle?
The Revenant trailer alone gives me anxiety, but does that just mean it’s a brilliant masterpiece. The film, directed by Birdman‘s Alejandro Iñárritu, gained a ton of chatter when the team decided to shoot the entire 156 minutes in natural light. Plus, it’s rare that Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy don’t shine. So, is this the one to see on Christmas? Here’s what the critics are saying.
‘I ain’t afraid to die anymore. I done it already.’ That’s the only line in the new trailer for Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s new film, ‘The Revenant,’ starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy. Calling it now, this one is Oscar-worthy.
Introducing Leonardo DiCaprio like you’ve never seen him before in The Revenant, a story inspired by true events. He takes the role of legendary explorer Hugh Glass, a fur trapper and frontiersman in the 1820s. During an expedition in the wilderness, he was attached by a bear and stranded after his own hunting team leaves him for dead. With that, he is forced to take on the world alone, travel over 200 miles to find safey — and face his closest ally who betrayed him, John Fitzgerald, played by Tom Hardy.
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