Leonardo DiCaprio Interview — DJANGO UNCHAINED



I hate to say it, but the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences does have a public way of letting its biases known. One of the more egregious “snubs” (hello, Ben Affleck?) was their not including Leonardo DiCaprio in its list for Best Supporting Actor for his memorable performance in DJANGO UNCHAINED. No slight to the men who earned their nominations, including equally deserving DJANGO co-star Christoph Waltz, but all five contenders are previous winners. Can we spread the Oscar wealth…

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  1. I am from the South and I personally feel bad for elders here. They were raised to disrespect blacks and my grandpa still is a pretty racist man. It's hard to change the way you were raised, like learning a different language. He tries to understand but he really doesn't get how society would judge him for that. As a kid, he once painted a black kid with white paint that happened to be TOXIC and he almost killed the kid. So even though it's hard for him to change, it's easy for these young idiots to judge him and others for being like that.

  2. I still don't understand how Leo only has 1 oscar. How is that even possible? He's given so many amazing performances. I liked The Revenant, but I feel like he's done a lot better in some of his other movies.

  3. Oh Leo!!! He's def my all time favorite actor ever. I was 3 when Titanic came out and I've loved Leo ever since. He's such an amazing person and a brilliant actor. So glad he finally got his Oscar last year! He def deserved it. Love you Leo!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  4. He's one of the best actors ever; maybe the best of his/our generation.  Will be looked at as a Jack Nicholson one day.  Funny though, he called the film "Inglorious Basterd", singular 

  5. His performance in this movie was so good that there were moments that I forgot it was Leo and simply hated the guy on screen, then remembered it was him and was like "damn. THAT'S acting."

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