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Leonardo DiCaprio: Last Day Filming 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

Leonardo DiCaprio: Last Day Filming 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

Leonardo DiCaprio flashes a smile while filming on his last day for his new movie The Wolf of Wall Street at Rao’s Restaurant on Saturday (January 12) in East Harlem, N.Y.

Later in the day, the 38-year-old actor was casually dressed while walking on set.

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Earlier in the week, Leonardo attended the 2013 National Board of Review Awards Gala, where he won the Best Supporting Actor award for his role in Django Unchained.

Leonardo is nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his work in Django Unchained at this weekend’s Golden Globes.

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  1. 26
    name Says:

    Wouldn’t suprize me if Leo didn’t go to the GGs, don’t think I would if I were him….why the hell should he after this weeks past events

  2. 27
    Nat Says:

    Django is AMAZING, Leo is so good I actually found myself being sucked into what he was saying (dinner table scene for those who have seen it) and I had to remind myself this is complete NONSENSE but It took me a few seconds to adjust….thats just how good and convincing he was in this role, what the academy was thinking I’ll never know.

  3. 28
    joker Says:

    #7 Holy crap I totally forgot about the Aviator….HOW HAS THIS MAN NOT GOT AN OSCAR?!?!!! Maybe he slept with one of the academy members daughters and never called them again or something, or else I just cannot fathom why!!

  4. 29
    snubber Says:

    Leo is getting more press for NOT being nominated then if he had been, crazy

  5. 30
    Rev. R Says:

    #7 I had totally forgotten about Rev Road my God his performance in that was heart wrenching, anyone ever read that story about how some of Leos actual best scenes were cut from that movie by Mendez? In particular scenes at the end…..must be some bad blood there

  6. 31
    mika Says:

    Haha I love his walk, its so “Im the absolute **** and I know it”

  7. 32
    wrap Says:

    noooo I wanted this to finish days ago so Leo would have some red carpet stubble, DAM U MARTY

  8. 33
    vans Says:

    I love his shoes

  9. 34
    @30 Says:

    @30 Maybe they continued on some of their Titanic lip biting make out sheshes of the RR set? http://popcultureperversion.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/tumblr_ln0dewgrbj1qdnjiio1_500.gif

  10. 35
    Mender Says:

    She did proclaim her undying love for Leo right in front of her husband so ya, say that would cause some hostillity

  11. 36
    GG Says:

    http://l3.yimg.com/bt/api/res/1.2/.TW4pb63P9J8V5DORihydg–/YXBwaWQ9eW5ld3M7cT04NTt3PTYzMA–/http://media.zenfs.com/en-US/blogs/movietalk/12202012Gatsby-jpg_182719.jpg I cant wait for Gatsby!!

  12. 37
    Weirdo Says:

    You guys, Leo didn’t get snubbed, stop acting like its such a huge diss. His acting is not as good as others, that’s a fact. I’m not saying he is terrible but he needs to work on it. The times when he was nominated for Aviator and Blood Diamond and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape are some of his best performances. He didn’t win, oh well. Just because he’s Leo doesn’t mean everything he does deserves a nomination….you guys are getting way ahead of yourselves. People have been talking about Christoper Waltz and Samuel L. Jackson being stand-out performances for Django, much more than Leo, so I’m not surprised. You all need a reality check.

  13. 38
    @37 Says:

    A fact? It`s your opinion, honey, and you calling that a fact is pretty laughable. If someone needs a reality check, that`s you. You have proven that a couple of times already!

  14. 39
    some knowledge for dat ass Says:

    @Nat:
    …Wtf. I know this is probably embellishment, but this right here is exactly what is wrong with society as a whole. That scene was an ode to the World Trade Fair which pretty much justified slavery based on invalid “scientific data.” Anyway, I really hope the film itself encourages White people and Americans alike to really go read up on history — something outside of the books your schools tell you to read since a lot of the material is white washed. Maybe then people will begin to understand how slavery, and the subsequent hundred years of oppression thanks to Jim Crow laws & other discriminatory laws have contributed to the state of “black America” and racism (both civil and institutionalized) today.

    @Kev…
    The film’s success does not sit squarely on the shoulders of Leonardo, if at all. If anyone, the film being so successful has to do more with it being a Tarantino flick in itself. Quentin’s name draws huge crowds because they attract a HUGE demographic. Also, this is the first film which the main characters are Black. This could also contribute to it being highly grossing — it attracted a larger “urban” audience than say.. Inglorious ******** which may have been more isolated to aficionados of Tarantino.

  15. 40
    MJ Says:

    I definitely believe in Leo DiCaprio as a talented actor and agree that there were other roles he got Oscar noms for that he should have won. I was not that surprised that he didn’t get a nom for Django. I saw it and it was really good and Leo was good in it, but his performance was a bit campy. I have little doubt that he will win an Oscar at some point.

  16. 41
    Zappa Says:

    The Academy doesn’t have a one track mind set on LEO LEO LEO twenty-four-seven. I don’t normally agree with the hater up there, but in this case she’s right, it was not the gigantic snub the overly dramatic Leo stans make it out to be. Most critics singled out Sam Jackson as the best performance but you don’t say he was snubbed. I would’ve picked him over Walsh and DiCaprio. There are a lot of great actors and performances that don’t get nominated. Leo has received more recognition for his work than most actors ever will.

  17. 42
    Zappa Says:

    The Academy doesn’t have a one track mind set on LEO LEO LEO twenty-four-seven. I don’t normally agree with the hater up there, but in this case she’s right, it was not the gigantic snub the overly dramatic Leo stans make it out to be. Most critics singled out Sam Jackson as the best performance but you don’t say he was snubbed. I would’ve picked him over Walsh and DiCaprio. There are a lot of great actors and performances that don’t get nominated. Leo has received more recognition for his work than most actors ever will.

  18. 43
    Zappa Says:

    The Academy doesn’t have a one track mind set on LEO LEO LEO twenty-four-seven. I don’t normally agree with the hater up there, but in this case she’s right, it was not the gigantic snub the overly dramatic Leo stans make it out to be. Most critics singled out Sam Jackson as the best performance but you don’t say he was snubbed. I would’ve picked him over Walsh and DiCaprio. There are a lot of great actors and performances that don’t get nominated. Leo has received more recognition for his work than most actors ever will.

  19. 44
    @Zappa Says:

    Nobody thinks the Academy has a mind set of LEO LEO LEO 24/7. That`s beyond exaggerating. It was an amazing performance and that`s why many people expected a nomination. That`s it.
    Also it`s quite interesting how you refer to people as `haters`s and `stans` ( obsessed fans ) here. Maybe you should take back a notch…

  20. 45
    Fan Says:

    So the WOWS filming is now over. I can’t wait to see him going back to his natural hair colour.
    Thanks JARED for the pics. I guess he’ll be free to move to L.A.

  21. 46
    @44 Says:

    Maybe you should take it back a notch and acknowledge that Sam Jackson’s performance garnered more critical praise than DiCaprio’s, and more critics expected Waltz to get the nomination than DiCaprio. It wasn’t a snub or an oversight. His was one of many good performances that didn’t get a nomination.

  22. 47
    GG Says:

    well said @44

  23. 48
    sarah Says:

    I’m sure he must be glad to be able to go back home in LA now that it’s a wrap for Wolf.

  24. 49
    @46 Says:

    I haven`t offended anyone by them hater or obsessed fan. I have read articles and other boards and I haven`t really seen Samuel L. Jackson being favored over Leo or Waltz. I personally found Jackson(`s character ) pretty annoying and his performance didn`t stand out to me. I wasn`t shocked at all that he wasn`t nominated for his role. I have to agree with many many people on Leo being snubbed.

  25. 50
    thetruthis Says:

    @Django “Adoreable words from Kerry Washington about Leo On what we’d be surprised to know about DiCaprio as a person, she said: “He’s a totally committed actor and he’s very sensitive. He would stop between takes and be like, ‘Are you OK? Are you OK? Am I hurting you? Are you OK’ And we all just really helped each other to take risks and go for it.” So amazing”

    she said that about the ENTIRE team and Quen in particular, not Dicaprio.

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