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Leonardo DiCaprio's new film The Revenant has been garnering major Oscar buzz, but not everyone who has seen the film loved what they saw.
The final unviewed awards contenders are starting to screen, giving Oscar analysts the full picture as 2015 draws to a close. And while The Hateful Eight and Joy remain mysteries, Alejandro Inarritu’s The Revenant finally screened at The Academy on Monday night, and reactions flooded social media almost instantly. So, will this be an Oscar contender?
Things apparently got pretty tense on the set of Alejandro Iñárritu's The Revenant and as such actor Tom Hardy took it upon himself to ease the tension in a very peculiar way.
Hollywood stars doing weird stuff overseas used to be a normal thing. Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars used to get paid giant piles of money to do commercials in Japan.
Alejandro G. Inarritu has a pretty good reason why The Revenant was shot chronologically. Well, he has a reason, and we'll let you decide if it's any good or not.
The Revenant opens in limited release on Christmas Day, and is expected to be a major player in the developing Oscar race. Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens in theaters on December 18, and is expected to consume everything in its path.
No one is going to accuse Leonardo DiCaprio of phoning it in anytime soon, but he apparently took this dedication to even greater lengths for his latest movie, The Revenant, and he actually slept in an animal carcass.
If IMDB selected the year-end winners instead of the Academy, the “Best” movies from the past 25 years would look like this. Do you agree?
A new, visceral trailer has been released for The Revenant, and if it doesn’t get your blood pumping, then absolutely nothing will.
DiCaprio has a vocal fanbase, and most of them are stunned that the actor hasn’t earned an Oscar statue yet. But at the moment, no one of note has seen The Revenant, so we don’t know if the movie – or DiCaprio’s performance – is awards-worthy. We do know, however, that the actor approached the role with his usual reckless abandon, making extreme sacrifices to achieve reality in the part.
Leonardo DiCaprio has crafted an impressive number of truly amazing performances over the course of his career - but one milestone he's never been able to reach is getting his own Oscar.
It might be hard to believe, but Leonardo DiCaprio has played a lot of crazy rich guys in the past 13 years. How many? Read on to find out.
Back in 2002, director Martin Scorsese found a brand new muse in Leonardo DiCaprio - and in the 13 years since they have collaborated on a total of five feature films. It turns out that they're not ready to end their partnership just yet.
Alejandro González Iñárritu's The Revenant looks intense and harrowing, but according to claims those dangerous conditions may have extended from the movie to the set itself.
In the last few years, Leonardo DiCaprio has had a mixed run playing law enforcement roles - as the amazingness of both Martin Scorsese's The Departed and Shutter Island are unfortunately counterbalanced by the snore-fest that is Clint Eastwood's J. Edgar. Of course, that doesn't mean his time wearing a badge is necessarily over.
The first trailer for The Revenant only recently hit the web, and it’s already looking to be one of the most highly anticipated films of the year. As it turns out, though, Leonardo DiCaprio’s trials in the wilderness are not over.
We're now only a couple of years removed from what's arguably Leonardo DiCaprio's mouthiest performance, as the guy pretty much never shut up through the course of Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street. In the actor's next film, however, he will actually be going in a completely opposite direction with his performance.
Inspired by true events, The Revenant tells an incredible story of survival, of fortitude and of vengeance, with Leonardo DiCaprio playing a frontiersman in the 1800s who must go after the men who left him for dead following a bear mauling.
Everybody has to start somewhere, and Hollywood's biggest actors know that fact all too well. Some were born naturals, while others needed a little bit of work to smooth out the edges. One thing is for certain: both camps are well represented in the supercut inside.
Clint Eastwood's next directorial effort could be based on the controversy surrounding the bombing during the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. The project will reportedly see Jonah Hill star and could even have a role for Leonardo DiCaprio.