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IN Celebrities ON 22 Oct, 2015
Alejandro González Iñárritu, the director of a much awaited Hollywood project, The Revenant, has described the filming experience of the movie as "harrowing". The spine-chilling temperature, the bulging budget and the freezing water came to provide the crew members with an experience of hell.
Leonardo DiCaprio will be seen playing one of the most extreme and agonising roles he has ever played in his Hollywood career. Leo has played the role of a frontiersman who is planning to avenge the character played by Tom Hardy who left him to die after a bear mauling.
Leo has a lot more to tell about the experience of his life.
He says that there were around 30-40 sequences which made him feel that he is into the toughest role of his entire career.
Leo said that he does not regret to have taken up the project, but it was very tough for him to do justice with Alejandro's vision of the movie.
He acted in a freezing temperature and even entered freezing cold water several times in a day. He was very close to get affected by hypothermia.
He ate "raw Bison liver" on a regular basis and even slept in the carcasses of dead animals to save himself from the cruel cold.
The graphic bear-attack scene, which involved cables and precise choreography will be a great experience for the audience to watch, considering the crew's dedication.
He will be in a race with Michael Caine (Youth), Matt Damon (The Martian), Will Smith (Concussion), Eddie Redmayne (The Danish Girl), Johnny Depp (Black Mass), and Michael Fassbender (Steve Jobs) for the Best-Actor category. We hope the hard work will pay off.
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