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Leonardo Dicaprio survived in ‘The Revenant’

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Probably it was one of the most risky, horrible as well as breathtaking stunts in upcoming Hollywood film of Leonardo DiCaprio. ‘The Revenant’ is all set to hit the theatres this Christmas.

In fact, the stunning actor was found saying that he would not going to be afraid of death anymore. Leonardo added that he had already done it in ‘The Revenant.’

The director of ‘Birdman’, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu left for the remote parts of Calgary with the famous cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki. This tour was meant for their newest collaboration of ‘The Revenant’. It is the film of survival which presents Leonardo DiCaprio as a legendary explorer in his real life and also a fur trapper, Hugh Glass. A bear attacked Hugh and he was left to die in a bloody condition. His confidant John Fitzgerald, Tom Hardy, deceived him and tried to survive in the harsh bites of winter.

The first trailer showed Leonardo in his bloody condition after being attacked by the bear. He was riding his horse while firing and more stunning shots of the actors were captured in that landscape.

It can be said that ‘The Revenant’, coming this Christmas is going to have a strong award winning claim. Each and every action of the movie was too dangerous and they are shot in complete daylight. In the earlier part of this year, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu revealed the idea of this challenging as well as risky shoot. He included the part of going to faraway destination for the shoot. For this shoot, Hardy could join his cast of ‘Suicide Squad’. After this shoot of ‘The Revenant’, probably the duo is going to be rewarded with another Oscar for the hardest work, done by them.

 

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