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IN Celebrities ON 17 Jun, 2016
"The Revenant" was a movie that stole the Oscars this year. With 12 nominations and 3 wins the moving received maximum number of Academy Awards this year and a historic win for Leonardo DiCaprio. The movie is known for Leonardo getting screwed by a bear, but there are so many unknown facts and trivia about this movie that will leave you in awe.
Check out some of the unknown facts about the movie "The Revenant":
Tom Hardy was so frustrated by Alejandro's ruthless attitude and behavior that he attacked him and tried to choke him by his throat. The crew members had to intervene to stop Tom Hardy.
The entire production was shifted from North Canada to South Argentina which had similar wintry conditions since snow was melting at a rapid rate in Canada.
Leo's character was not an easy one and he had to go through a lot of problems and injuries to shoot the entire length of the film.
The same process was mirrored when Glass shot Fitzgerald on his left shoulder and killed him by stabbing him repeatedly.
The Director of the film refused to use the green screen. He said: "If we ended up in green screen with coffee and everybody having a good time, everybody will be happy, but most likely the film would be a piece of shit."
Glass crawled over the entire region of South Dakota on his legs covering over 200 miles in a span of 6 weeks.
It received 12 nominations in the year 2016 and won 3 of them Best Actor, Best Cinematography, and Best Director.
The role then went to Michael Fassbender who got defeated by Leo at Oscars 2016 in the Best Actor category.
Tom Hardy never reads the scripts before signing the movie. But, he was forced by Leo to read it. He read half the script and agreed to play the role immediately.
He didn't! He used a prosthetic carcass instead and no animals were harmed during the filming sequence.
As far as the History goes, he lived another 10 years and died in Arikara attack at Yellowstone river.
"As a director, if I identify a violin that is out of tune, I have to take that from the orchestra," Alejandro said.
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