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Leonardo DiCaprio - BAFTAs 2014 Red Carpet

Leonardo DiCaprio - BAFTAs 2014 Red Carpet

Leonardo DiCaprio suits up while arriving at the 2014 British Academy Film Awards held at The Royal Opera House on Sunday (February 16) in London, England.

The 39-year-old actor was joined on the red carpet by his The Wolf of Wall Street director Martin Scorsese.

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Leo is nominated for Leading Actor for his role on The Wolf of Wall Street, going up against Christian Bale, Bruce Dern, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Tom Hanks.

Martin is also being nominated for Best Director for his work on the film.

FYI: Leo is wearing Armani.

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Posted to: 2014 BAFTAs, Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese

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  • Wolf

    Anything?????

  • Unfortunately

    @Wolf: lol…NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!

  • Leo the lion

    There are 3 things that impressed me about Leo. First and most of all that blow kiss. The second was his standing when Chiwetel was announced a winner. And the 3rd and most important imo was the amazing applause he got when S Fry announced his name, at the beginning, he mentioned by names all nominees and Leo received an incredibly huge applause, the biggest one in the evening, bigger than Chiwetel, bigger than 12 yas cast/director/producers, bigger than anyone. Which makes me think that it is very possible that he wins Oscar.

  • Wolf

    @Unfortunately: sorry I was still looking on page 12! lol

  • @Leo the lion

    @Leo the lion: He cant win the Oscar by applauses.

  • ballzi

    @Leo the lion: that’s wonderful logic. That worked for him tonight as well

  • Leo the lion

    @@Leo the lion: What I mean is: applauses are an indicator of what the audience think and how it accepts things. The Oscar winner is (and should be) the one that overtakes the audience the most.

  • ???

    @Leo the lion: But the audience doesn’t vote….

  • Leo the lion

    @???: But the academy members are also audience.

  • Cool

    @Leo the lion: didn’t see it but happy to know he got great applause from the audience. great performance in wows.

  • Leo
  • Leo
  • ballzi

    @Leo the lion: but they’re not the whole audience. This isn’t like the people choice awards where the fans and anyone can vote. What now?

  • Cool

    hope he’ll win the oscar. anyway wows is a great film that will stay.

  • ???

    @Leo the lion: But a lot of voters also have “irons in the fire” and want to see certain people win. Also they are older people who favor corny, traditional movies when it comes to their votes

  • Tweet

    Jason Solomons ‏@JasonCritic · 4m
    Leo Oprah Naomi Bradley Amy Cate JessieJ lilyA Steve Coogan – I leave another swell Harvey Weinstein #Bafta party to rest my weary feet.

  • Leo the lion

    @ballzi: Now what? Fingers crossed. :)))))

  • HAHA12

    I think what will help Leo is very well liked in Hollywood and really respected by his peers. Besides the BAFTA’s, when he won the Globe he got probably the most applause of any person who won that night. But regardless, the audience applause you get isn’t really a determining factor in if you win an Oscar or not. However, on the bright side for Leo, the next time he’s in contention for an Oscar I think he may actually be able to win. Even if it takes awhile, he’s likely to lose to McConaughey so then he’ll be a 5 time loser, since he also received a Best Picture nomination for Wolf. He’ll really be able to work the ‘overdue’ factor the next time he’s in contention which may be able to propel him to a win, similar to Kate Winslet. During her campaign for Revolutionary Road/The Reader, they worked her overdue factor and the fact she had been nominated 5 times previously but never won.

  • HAHA12

    @Tweet:
    I’m with that other poster, I really wanna see these pics from the after party.

  • ballzi

    @???: This!

  • Mommy

    Leo sat next to his mom at the awards ceremony. I guess Dave is babysitting Toni back at the hotel! #daveisababysitter

  • Insider

    Leo is drunk right now

  • stupid

    People are acting like Leo was the only one that stood up when Ejiofor one. He wasn’t, other people were standing also but some stans see everything Leo does as extra special. The director, and Brad Pitt didn’t even stand up that doesn’t mean they didn’t appreciate their own actor winning. Leo isn’t god people.

  • Leo the lion

    @???: I don’t know, but of all Oscars I’ve seen usually the winner (especially in the male category) gets an incredibly huge applause, even a standing ovation and it shows that most of the people in the hall – actors, directors, film experts with a years long experience in motion picture – agree with the academy’s choice.

  • @stupid

    here’s come the hater. ain’t you tired?

  • beth

    @HAHA12: spot on with everything you said. The next time he’s nominated he will win. I wonder his BAFTA loss means he’s done campaigning

  • King

    This flawless KING <3

  • cliff

    @Leo the lion: does that mean that he could win the oscar?

  • HAHA12

    @stupid:
    No one said he was God. People just thought it was really respectful that he stood up and applauded Chiwetel immediately while none of the other nominees in the actor category didn’t. But I guess people complimenting Leo really bothers people on here so they have to label everyone as stans or crazy fangirls.

  • HAHA12

    @beth:
    Its 2 weeks til the Oscars so I think any last events or award shows to attend are pretty much over. The last one I believe is the Independent Spirit Awards and WOWS obviously isn’t nominated there. I really think Leo will be able to win the Oscar the next time he’s nominated, although it took him 7 years to be welcomed back to the Oscars so it may take him a long time lol.

  • shhhh

    @stupid: Most Leo fans are not too bright or mature, don’t bother getting into an argument with them, it will go nowhere. And definitely do not say that Leo isn’t God, they will not like that.

    But really, Leo was genuinely happy for Chiwetel. However, that doesn’t distract from how hard Leo’s been campaigning and how embarrassing the campaign now looks in retrospect.

  • Leo the lion

    @stupid: He was the only one that stood up (of the nominees best actor). I watched very carefully. That’s why I said that it impressed me – bc he was the only one that stood up!

  • … this is leo’s life?

    applause = the ultimate goal of life????

  • HAHA12

    @shhhh:
    Please, how in any way was his campaign embarrassing. Bradley Cooper has been campaigning hard and he has no shot in hell at winning against Jared Leto. Yet no one is calling him embarrassing on here. Until tonight, lots of people really thought Leo could win against McConaughey in an upset. Its his passion project and he worked hard on it, whats wrong with being proud of your work? He’s not the only actor who campaigned hard this year but none of you are calling out other people like Amy Adams who campaigned even harder than Leo even tho we all know that Oscar is going to Cate Blanchett. You all will just find any reason to hate on Leo.

  • @shhhh

    @shhhh: The only embarrassment is your comment!!! Shut up and go away!!

  • beth

    @HAHA12: lol ya hopefully he’s nominated again sooner than later. I think if Devil in the White City gets made he may get a nomination for that role if he gets a good director for it. Praying he doesn’t go down the road of Peter O’Toole, who was nominated 8 TIMES for best leading actor and passed away before ever winning. That would be a tragedy

  • Also did it

    What a stupid hypocrite I am! I do the same thing being here all the time – after all I live for also`s comments – but her doing it is pathetic. Me doing it is fine. And I`m too dumb to say anything intelligent about it. I`m a hypocrite. And and idiot because I keep making accusations that I can`t prove. No matter how many times it`s mentioned I ignore the fact that I have claims but nothing to back them up. Everything I post screams hypocrisy and stupidity. And I`m too dumb to admit that. Hey, this is what I am. A mindless troll.

  • shhhh

    @HAHA12: For one minute, STOP comparing Leo to others and compare his own professional behavior for the campaign to his professional behavior in the past. It’s even different from him being totally careless with the Gatsby promo, which wasn’t even a year ago. He turned his image around into day from night and its clear that he will change it back once the awards are over. Honestly its frustrating to see someone who I think is genuinely a nice person try to exaggerate himself for a prize. Leo can do it on his own but he has so much he wants to hide and he also wants to please everyone. There’s no need to do that. Also stop thinking everyone is out to get Leo. He really is not god and there are times when he should be rightfully called out for his misbehavior.

  • shhhh

    @@shhhh: lol

  • ….

    @shhhh: What is “misbehavior” about presenting yourself and your movie, which are both nominated for Oscars?
    Part of the job of being nominated, is doing the work of taking your movie on the “screening circuit.”
    He hasn’t done anything more “attention whorish” than the other nominees

  • HAHA12

    @shhhh:
    What is he doing that is so awful? The Great Gatsby was pushed out of Oscar season into the Summer and got crappy reviews. WOWS was a project he worked for 7 years to get made, got generally good reviews including his performance, and was nominated for many awards. Of course he would be more active in promoting WOWS, his pet project. He did the exact same amount of campaigning for The Aviator, which was his other pet project. He has campaigned in the past before so I really don’t get why you all are acting like its a crime that he’s campaigning this time around. And what does his personal life have to do with awards? I know you all like to harp on his personal life and who he dates all the time but that should not be judged when it comes to who should win awards and who shouldn’t. Jared Leto has a sketchy personal life himself but that hasn’t factored into him winning awards or not. And no, I don’t think Leo is a God and I’m sick of being accused of thinking that. I’m just a fan, but literally everything on here is just bitching about Leo that it gets so tiresome. I mean why even be on here if you’re just going to complain and get annoyed by everything he does and try to tie it to his personal life.

  • watched wolf

    I watch wolf and I could still see snippets of “Leo” while I was watching it, unlike Django where I didn’t see Leo at all. Calvin Candie was a complete and full transformation. Wolf…not so much IMO. He acted better in Django and I’m not a tarantino fan.

  • HAHA12

    @beth:
    I think Leo will an Oscar one day, it will probably be a lot later in his career a la Paul Newman or Al Pacino for a probably less deserving performance. Lol

  • shhhh

    @HAHA12: @HAHA12: Comparing Leo’s campaign to the campaign of others is ridiculous, everyone is different. Women have it much harder in general, also Leo has a lot of power and opportunities. But isn’t it funny that people who have much less power or opportunities than Leo are able to accomplish more? Most times, if not every time, Leo has been great but not the best of the year. Try watching more movies without your Leo bias, you may see that there are many different ways to act and that it has nothing to do with directors or famous characters. It is bringing life to something that does not exist, Leo has not shown that he can do that effectively yet. Even his projects in the future rely on press and historical characters. Think about it. He is just not the best this year and the award should not be based on the campaign.

  • shhhh

    @….: misbehavior = clubbing, alcoholism, cheap sex, cheating on his 20 year old girlfriends… etc. I wasn’t referring to his campaign.

  • who are you?

    @HAHA12: how would you know? that’s BS. who knows, maybe he’ll win this time or maybe in two years….this is now.

  • Amy

    @beth:

    I think if Leo works with DOR he’ll win for that performance. Regardless of what you think of DOR past behavior he’s a talented writer and director.

  • who are you?

    @Amy: yeah, let’s see them work together, as long as he respects leo and leo gets to work with de niro again!

  • HAHA12

    @shhhh:
    It is not my Leo bias. I know many people in real life who are film lovers and have watched the Oscar movies and they still believe Leo deserves the Oscar. I’ve seen even people who are not Leo fans that have praised his performance and were seriously impressed by him. The reason you guys don’t like his performance has to be because you think he is just like Jordan Belfort in real life and the majority of posters here were against the movie from the start. But the fact of the matter is the acclaim and outstanding reviews Leo received for his work in Wolf were some of the best he’s gotten since the 90s. And this time around, the majority of critic organizations nominated him in their Actor category and he’s usually not popular with critics. In YOUR opinion, you believe he didn’t deliver a great performance. But there are many, many people who disagree and consider it his finest performance to date. And no, it is not just Leo fangirls or ‘stans’.

  • ….

    @shhhh: Which of these are crimes, and if true, how is any of it anybody’s business or related to winning an Oscar?

    And Hollywood is a very seedy place…. Leo’s “misbehavior” is pretty tame compared to a lot of what has and continues to go on!

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