Leonardo DiCaprio isn’t known for being an eccentric, quirky, or flat-out bizarre celebrity. Quite the opposite. Which is why it’s kind of weird to see these photos of him walking around Venice, Italy in a strange black mask…complete with a slice of pizza, because, you know, why not? This will probably be the first and only time we will ever compare Leonardo DiCaprio to Michael Jackson, so let’s enjoy it.
I don’t know how we even know this is him, but E Online is standing behind it, and I trust them. They made sure to make a Man in the Iron Mask reference, which is great, because now I don’t have to.
He was also seen walking around pulling the hood of his hoodie firmly down over his face. Still not as creepy as this though.
Leonardio DiCaprio is super cool and it only makes sense that he and a fan would go into goddamn motherf-cking space together. I thought this was a joke, but it isn’t, it’s real. THIS IS THE FUTURE. From The Los Angeles Times:
I haven’t won an Oscar. Time to go into space. — Leonardo DiCaprio
A guest at a charity auction at Cannes has paid 1.2 million euros ($1.5 million) for a trip into space with Leonardo DiCaprio.
AmFAR, a nonprofit devoted to AIDS research, held the auction Thursday night at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc as part of its 20th annual Cinema Against AIDS event at the French film festival.
The winning bidder paid to travel into orbit on a Virgin Galactic spaceship in a seat next to DiCaprio’s sometime in 2014.
Virgin Galactic, a commercial spaceflight company owned by Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, has accepted more than $70 million in deposits from about 580 individuals who wish to travel to space.
The company is currently accepting bookings for the trips for a deposit of $200,000.
I never thought space travel would be so widely accessible. And if you think about it, it really is. Guarantee you no one in the 1960′s ever thought you would be able to travel into space via a commercial airline company for $200k which is A F-CKING STEAL TO GO TO MOTHERF-CKING SPACE.
Cara Delevingne is right up Leonardo DiCaprio’s street, right? He loves having a harem of supermodels around him at all times, and she’s at the top of the game right now, so it seems like a match made in weird sex heaven. Except, you know, not, since Cara apparently turned down Leo’s advances at the Great Gatsby afterparty in Cannes this week. Oh, snap!
A source said: “Normally all Leo has to do is look at a girl and they fall at his feet. Though Cara was having none of it.
“He spent the night chasing after her and essentially she blew him out.
“They spoke and he was pretty forward inviting her to a party back at his suite. They swapped numbers but that was it.
“He tried every trick in the book and apparently kept lunging for her but she kept dodging them.
“Everyone is howling at the fact she actually knocked back the biggest actor in the world.
“She thought he was too forward and too old.”
Okay, a few things about this. One, Leo is far from the “biggest actor in the world”. He’s a solid actor, and he’s certainly underrated, but just… no. Second of all, his reps have hit back saying that they never spoke, but then he wouldn’t exactly admit the fact that he got turned down, would he?
Sorry, Leonardo. I know you share your name with a pretty cool Ninja Turtle, but some women are immune to your charms.
Leonardo DiCaprio isn’t hot anymore and men want to look like Jon Hamm, according to the latest plastic surgery trends. Details has some interesting stats on cosmetic procedures for men, including one unnamed famous actor who changed his “monster nose.”
In faces, as in fashion, what’s hot changes. Square jaws (think Jon Hamm, Michael Fassbender, Daniel Craig) are in, replacing yesterday’s pert-nose-and-dainty-chin combo (Leonardo DiCaprio, Zac Efron, Tobey Maguire). “There’s less of a desire now for a conventionally beautiful white-bread face,” says Dr. Steven Teitelbaum, an associate professor of plastic surgery at UCLA School of Medicine. “People are embracing strong features like ethnic, nontraditional noses.” For example, in lieu of full-on rhinoplasty, many men are balancing their naturally big noses with chin implants (which have recently spiked by 71 percent, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons) or opting to have their noses trimmed back.
“I did a rhinoplasty and a chin implant on a famous actor who had a monster nose and no chin. We left a bit of a bump in the nose, so it still looked like his, just a better version,” says Dr. Darrick Antell, assistant clinical professor of surgery at Columbia University. “No one, including the producer on his next project, noticed he’d had a nose job.”
Who do we think it is? Anyone want to make a guess? Our clues are “monster nose” and “no chin.” Which means that after the surgery he had a chin and a nose with “a bit of a bump left so it still looked like his.” I’m guessing Bradley Cooper, because f-ck it.
Also if you thought there was any chance in hell I was going to mention Jon Hamm in an article and not mention his dong, you’d be wrong.
I don’t really know what to say about this, but it freaks my beans how good Leonardo DiCaprio is at impersonating Jack Nicholson, particularly because how do you even discover that you can do a Jack Nicholson impression? How does that happen? Does he do it at parties? Did someone dare him to try it one day? Does he own the director’s cut of As Good As It Gets? Are his multiple sex partners turned on by it? So many questions, so few answers.
I hope you keep this image stuck in your brain for all time. Some things cannot be unseen.
I don’t know what it means that I usually accidentally type “Leonardo DiCraprio” and have to correct myself, but that’s neither here nor there. This story is about the underrated actor and real-life Romeo who refuses to settle down and is apparently bedding plenty of women at once.
Leonardo DiCaprio recently had dinner in New York with his friend/fellow actor Kevin Connolly and 12 women (because 13 would’ve just been silly) and allegedly spent the entire time bragging about how everyone else is just dying to spend a day in his shoes.
According to an eavesdropper who was supposedly sitting next to the group, “Leo talked about the fact that he is sleeping with ‘multiple women’ right now. He was totally open about it. Kevin looked at Leo and told him, ‘I want to be you.’”
“Leo replied, ‘Everyone does,’” the snitch said. “He was acting very nice, but is very arrogant.”
After promising to take Connolly on vacation someday (just ask Jonah Hill what that’s like), Leo footed the entire bill and took everyone clubbing before heading back to a room he’d booked at the Trump hotel.
“He asked all the girls to come upstairs afterwards and they had a huge after-party,” the source concluded.
This story is probably totally crap because it sounds like something out of an awful made-for-TV movie. “I want to be you”/”Everyone does”? Come on, now. Second of all, I know women seem to like Leo because he’s trapped them in a 1996 haze where he’s still as cute as he was in Romeo & Juliet, but I just can’t see him as a younger Hugh Hefner. Then again, money makes people do crazy things, so what do I know?
This could be Leonardo DiCaprio’s last awards season for a while. The actor has announced he’s retiring from acting indefinitely. “I’m a little bit drained,” he told German newspaper Bild. “I am now going to take a long long break.”
After doing three films in two years – Django Unchained, The Great Gatsby and the recently-finished The Wolf of Wall Street – DiCaprio says, “I’m just worn out.”
Publicity tours for those films still loom, however, but DiCaprio, 38, has other plans for when his schedule slows down. “I would like to improve the world a bit,” he says. “I will fly around the world doing good for the environment.”
In the meantime, he’s living green at home. “My roof is covered with solar panels,” he revealed. “My car is electric. A normal person does not drive more than 50 kilometers a day. That can be done with a plug.”
I could think of a ton of other things you could do with that plug, too, Leo.
However, I guess the most appropriate question in this circumstance would be, “Can we live without Leonardo DiCaprio in cinema for at least a little while?”, to which the short answer is “Yes.” The long answer would be something like, “Why does it have to be for a little while,” or “At least until Baz Luhrmann dies, please.”