Leonardo DiCaprio got nominated for Academy Award as Best Actor like three times but never got a chance to won a single time. There is a best possibility that he will be nominated again for The Revenant but the competition is on the air. So coming back to the thrilling news How DiCaprio felt about the elusive Oscar? Well, he wouldn’t mind winning one and that’s very much I am sure off.
Winning an Oscar today is something that everybody would love to have and doesn’t considers himself to be an exception. “I think anyone appreciates those types of things, for sure, of course — you know, to be recognized by your peers”.
DiCaprio has been known for one of the best actors among all actors but never made a way to the Oscars. His first nomination came as Howard Hughes in the movie The Aviator in the year 2005.After two years had his role in Blood Diamond. And finally in 2014, he received his third ever nomination for The Wolf of Wall Street.
Leonardo DiCaprio always kept this notion that it’s not about winning an awards and that’s not the only reason he works in movies. He says that creating an art of cinema is the only ultimate goal he ever aims for. He wants to go back and look at his career as how far as he has come. And certainly he has achieved that goal. Leonardo has been a slither of greatest films which he got nominated for and indeed has won a number of awards wither he did it or not.
DiCaprio on winning his Oscar for 2016 for the film The Revenant thanked his director and co-star for his “fierce talent on Screen” and “friendship off screen” before getting into the talk about climate change commenting that the Revenant was “about man’s relationship to the natural world”.
“Climate change is real – it is happening right now,” said DiCaprio. “It is the most urgent threat facing our species, and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating.”
He then asked the audience that they should “support leaders around the world who do not speak for the big polluters or the big corporations but who speak for all of humanity, for the indigenous people of the world, for the billions and billions of underprivileged people who’ll be affected by this”.
He added: “Let us not take this planet for granted. I do not take tonight for granted.”