WTF??? Rumor Has It That Oscar-Thirsty Leonardo Dicaprio Gets Raped By A...

WTF??? Rumor Has It That Oscar-Thirsty Leonardo Dicaprio Gets Raped By A BEAR In His New Movie



Is Leonardo DiCaprio Raped By A Bear In New Movie??

Leo DiCaprio has turned out one epic performance after the other over the years, yet he’s never been honored with an Academy Award for his efforts. Now, reportedly having pushed himself to the limits to portray frontiersman Hugh Glass in upcoming film, The Revenantthe actor is hopeful that his dedication paired with his body of work will finally get him the recognition he feels he deserves. His performance is already getting positive buzz from Hollyweird insiders.

But exactly how far did Leo push things in this role? After some early screenings of the Oscar contender, one report slid in that Leonardo took things to the next level — depicting a graphic and grizzly (pun intended) scene where his character is brutally raped…by a wild bear. Via The Drudge Report:

The new movie ‘REVENANT’ features a shocking scene of a wild bear raping Leo DiCaprio!

The explicit moment from Oscar winning director Alejandro Inarritu has caused maximum controversy in early screenings. Some in the audience escaped to the exits when the Wolf of Wall Street met the Grizzly of Yellowstone.

The story of rural survivalism and revenge reaches new violent levels for a mainstream film.

The bear flips Leo over and thrusts and thrusts during the explicit mauling.

“He is raped — twice!”

So is Leonardo DiCaprio so desperate for Oscar gold that he has agreed to be depicted getting bent over by a wild animal…TWICE??


As it turns out — THANKFULLY — that isn’t the case. In fact, no one is exactly sure why Drudge report posted this extra-weird synopsis of the film’s bear attack scene. A writer for GQ text an editor who sat for an early screening of the film earlier today, who assured him that nothing of the sort was even hinted toward in the film:

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THAT makes much more sense, and reflects better with what the trailer shows. Plus, this story is based on true events, and we don’t think bear-on-human double-rape is exactly a common thing in the wild…

20th Century Fox / GQ


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