Leonardo DiCaprio takes acting lesson from YouTube
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio took inspiration from a YouTube video to make his act look more convincing in his latest offering The Wolf of Wall Street.
Los Angeles: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio took inspiration from a YouTube video to make his act look more convincing in his latest offering The Wolf of Wall Street.
For a particular scene, when DiCaprio’s character Jordan Belfort indulges in drugs overdose, he loses senses to walk and is required to crawl up to his car by himself.
To make the scene dramatic and funny, the Titanic star took inspiration from a YouTube video titled The World's Drunkest Man. DiCaprio aped the man in the video to get near perfection for the scene, said a statement.
The Martin Scorsese directorial, distributed by MVP Entertainment and PVR Pictures, will release in India Jan 3, 2014.
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