Leo’s Long Way To Getting The Oscar [INFOGRAPHIC]

No one can deny the fact that Leo is a phenomenal actor. He’s been proving it with every next role he brilliantly plays. His devotion and mastery of the art of cinematography leave us breathless. Despite his talent, there were a lot of times the awards he truly deserved went to somebody else.

2016 will be remembered as the year when Leo won his first Oscar! Finally! His performance in The Revenant was breathtaking and the army of DiCaprio’s fans can now relax and enjoy this wonderful moment of his career. Meanwhile, you can take a look at this infographic on some of Leo’s previous misfortunes of getting the desired awards.
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The Academy Awards

Movie: What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
Year: 1994
Nomination: Best Supporting Actor
Why Leo should have won:
Unbelievably realistic performance playing a mentally disabled boy
Leo was only eighteen years old back then
Who won instead: Tommy Lee Jones

Movie: The Aviator
Year: 2005
Nomination: Best Actor
Why Leo should have won:
Believable demonstration of Howard Hughes’ power and weaknesses
Making the audience understand and feel for the character who has a mental disorder and behaves in a very strange way
Who won instead: Jamie Foxx

Movie: Blood Diamond
Year: 2007
Nomination: Best Actor
Why Leo should have won:
Cut his leg and spilled his own blood on the set
Stressful character development played brilliantly
Who won instead: Forest Whitaker

Movie: Wolf of Wall Street
Year: 2014
Nomination: Best Actor; Best Picture (as producer)
Why Leo should have won:
Leo had no additional training to get those marvelous dance moves, he’s natural
He used the citations of Caligula to explain what kind of an atmosphere he was looking for
We hear the word “fuck” and its conjugations 569 times. Might be a little message for the Academy Awards jury
Who won instead: Matthew McConaughey; 12 Years A Slave

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