When you get down to brass tacks, Lord of the Rings was a glorified trip back to Jared.
Russian villagers sent Leonardo DiCaprio a handmade "Oscar" to show their appreciation for what he said about climate change while accepting his actual Oscar. He explains it in his Instagram post:
Thank you to the people of Yakutia for this wonderful gift, especially all of the women who gathered and donated the materials that went into creating the statue. As they wrote in their letter, Yakutia is home to the coldest inhabited place not only in Russia, but also on Earth – and the region is extremely vulnerable to climate change. Rising temperatures pose a major threat to its people, their way of life and their natural habitat. #Russia #ClimateChange #Earth#Yakutia #ActOnClimate
Admit it, unless you're a really big movie fan you probably didn't watch all of the Oscars. That's why we're here to sum up all the most important parts. From Leonardo DiCaprio finally winning that Oscar to memes about Leonardo DiCaprio FINALLY winning that Oscar... we've got it all.
In Leo's Red Carpet Rampage you are asked to put Leonardo DiCaprio's fate in your hands to finally win that Oscar. Gameplay is pretty easy to understand, but it's harder than it looks.
You'll have to dodge photographers, outrun Eddie Redmayne (and other nominees) and complete a series of nearly impossible minigames such as "Find the Black Nominee", "Write Your Acceptance Speech" and "Act Harder".
At times you'll even have to dodge Lady Gaga.
Okay, to be honest, the game isn't very hard, but it's one heck of a ride.
This rumor was started by the Drudge Report where the author of the review claims that "The new movie 'REVENANT' features a shocking scene of a wild bear raping Leo DiCaprio!"
This rumor got enough traction that Fox felt the need to shut it down, releasing this statement reported by Entertainment Weekly :
“As anyone who has seen the movie can attest, the bear in the film is a female who attacks Hugh Glass because she feels he might be threatening her cubs. There is clearly no rape scene with a bear.”
Here's a snippet of the scene in question with the mama bear in fight mode.
The gritty survival movie is expected to be extremely violent, but it also already has Oscar mentions buzzing around it so it seems like they aren't only going for shock value.
Konrad Annerud is a mild mannered Swedish man who happens to look a lot like a young Leonardo DiCaprio. Or maybe that's what a time-traveling Leo wants you to think.
Look at this picture. Is that an Instagram from present-day Konrad or a picture that resurfaced from Titanic-era Leonardo DiCaprio?
And this one, modern day phone camera or magazine shoot from 20 years ago?
You have to decide for yourself if these pictures are proof enough that time travel is real.