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Leonardo DiCaprio Nominated For Best Actor At The 2016 BAFTAs For His Role In The Revenant

Leonardo DiCaprio Nominated For Best Actor At The 2016 BAFTAs For His Role In The Revenant  and looked incredible as he walked the red carpet at the EE 2016 BAFTAs on Sunday night.
Up for Best Male gong at Sunday night's star-studded event, held at the historic Royal Opera House in Covent Garden for the 10th year running, the actor appeared to be in high spirits.
The 41-year-old has won critical acclaim playing Hugh Glass in The Revenant, a movie about a frontiersman who goes on a fur trading expedition in the 1820s.

He must fight for survival after being mauled by a bear and left for dead by members of his own hunting team.
Leo recently spoke to This Morning presenters Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby about award season, the pair quizzed him on whether this would be the year he would finally win an Oscar.
Despite his incredible back catalogue of movies, the star has never won an Oscar, but fans are hopeful this is his year, ahead of the Academy Awards, which will be held on February 28. 


He said: 'I do know that it’s completely beyond my control at this point. It’s interesting, because that’s not why you do the work, you know?'
'You do the work because you love making movies and you want to look back and have a filmography that you’re proud of.
'When you’re on set you have to give everything that you possibly can while you’re there but of course being recognised by your peers and all that other stuff that happens is kind of the cherry on the cake so to speak.

He gave a similar interview with Andrew Marr, telling him that Academy Award success was out of his hands.
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He explained: ‘The truth of the matter is that I've been in situations before where I've thought films or performances, either mine or others, should be either nominated more adored by the public, or critics should revere it more.
'But it's beyond your control.’


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