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02/12/2016  •  Posted By Natalia Airoldi  •  0 Comment(s) Leo News

So what if Leonardo DiCaprio hasn’t won an Oscar yet? Some dedicated Russian fans of the actor have united under an “Oscar for Leo” campaign and have embarked on a mission to produce their own statue for him.

For this purpose, fans have been gathering their own precious gold and silver.

These metals will be cast into the form of a man holding a Choron, a three-legged goblet “symbolising peace and expressing people’s love for the actor”.

In an interview with Russian news agency TASS, the campaign’s leader says locals have long considered Leo “to be an actor who can inspire and delight his audiences.”

Well, we fervently hope that DiCaprio wins it this time as he is nominated for Best Actor for his role in The Revenant. The movie, which has won accolades all over the world, tops the Academy Awards list with 12 nominations, including citations for Best Picture and Best Actor. But if the actor’s luck fails this time too, at least there will be some assurance waiting for him, thanks to his fans.

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02/12/2016  •  Posted By Natalia Airoldi  •  0 Comment(s) Leo News

If Leonardo DiCaprio finally nabs an Academy Award this year, at least 13,000 people are planning to celebrate by convening at several locations across Mexico and party it up. The actor is nominated in the best actor category for The Revenant, directed by acclaimed Mexican director Alejandro Gonzáles Iñárritu.

There is even a legit Facebook event page called “Si Leonardo DiCaprio gana el Oscar, !Nos vamos al Ángel!” As of right now, there are at least 13,000 people who have RSVP’d to attend the quirky gatherings around the country, including the original one at the Ángel de la Independencia Monument on Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City.

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02/12/2016  •  Posted By Natalia Airoldi  •  0 Comment(s) Leo News

Leonardo DiCaprio takes the stage to present an award at the 2016 Director’s Guild of America Awards on Saturday (February 6) at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles.

The 41-year-old star was joined by Matt Damon, Bryan Crantson, Joel Edgerton and Nate Parker at the event.

Leonardo honored The Revenant director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu with a medallion for his direction on the film. Alejandro went on to win Best Director.

Matt attended to honor The Martian director Ridley Scott.

Joel was nominated for First Time Feature Film Director for his work on The Gift.

15+ pictures inside of Leonardo DiCaprio attending the 2016 DGA Awards…

Source: justjared.com

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02/12/2016  •  Posted By Natalia Airoldi  •  0 Comment(s) Leo News

Leonardo DiCaprio poses for a photo with fellow nominee Sylvester Stallone at the 2016 Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon on Monday afternoon (February 8) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 41-year-old actor was also joined on the red carpet by his The Revenant director Alejandro González Iñárritu, who is also nominated, as well as Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs.

Leonardo was nominated in the Best Actor category, while Sylvester was nominated in the Supporting Actor category for his work in Creed.

10+ pictures inside of Leonardo DiCaprio at the Oscars lunch…

Source: justjared.com

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02/12/2016  •  Posted By Natalia Airoldi  •  0 Comment(s) Leo News

Leonardo DiCaprio snaps a photo with Robert De Niro while hanging out inside the 2016 amfAR New York Gala held at Cipriani Wall Street on Wednesday evening (February 10) in New York City.

The 41-year-old Revenant star skipped the carpet, but showed up to support movie producer Harvey Weinstein, who was being honored that night.

Leo recently opened up about the massive success of Titanic.

“Titanic was very much an experiment for Kate Winslet and I,” Leo told Deadline. “We’d done all of these independent movies. I loved her as an actress and she said, ‘Let’s do this together, we can do this.’ We did it, and it became something that we could’ve never foreseen.”

He added, “My whole life became about things that weren’t about acting.”

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02/09/2016  •  Posted By Natalia Airoldi  •  0 Comment(s) Leo News

The winner is: Hollywood gathered for the annual Oscars lunch yesterday, where all of the nominees gathered around for the ‘class picture’

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