Leonardo DiCaprio reveals the one thing he wants to do before turning 50
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Leonardo DiCaprio is easily one of the biggest acting stars in the world but he's less of the young baby-faced heartthrob he used to be as he just celebrated his 49th birthday.
For many film fans, Leonardo DiCaprio has been gracing the big screens for decades.
It's hard to believe the juggernaut star has just celebrated his 49th birthday on November 11. Even harder to believe that he won his first Oscar over seven years ago for Revenant as I still remember my teenage years littered with jokes that he would never win one.
In an interview with ABC News' Chris Connelly airing on Tuesday's Good Morning America, the actor reflected on his career, birthday and his latest film Killers of the Flower Moon, directed by Martin Scorsese.
Connelly and DiCaprio reflected on how quickly the years had gone by as the pair agreed they likely had their first interview together 30 years ago.
“You're 49 years old. How the hell did that happen?" joked Connelly, who had often interviewed DiCaprio during his 13-year reign covering movies for MTV News.
"I have no idea," DiCaprio said in response, recalling: "We were talking about our first interview, that may have been 30 years ago."
Connelly went on to ask what DiCaprio hopes to do before he hits the 50-year-old milestone.
“You know what? Just one more movie," replied DiCaprio, hinting that he hopes to get back in front of the camera.
It's not clear whether the actor will be to pull the plan off, but his IMDb page gives an indication of some of his upcoming roles.
Martin Scorsese and DiCaprio are set to collaborate again in the upcoming biographical drama Roosevelt with the actor playing President Theodore Roosevelt. The flick is currently in pre-production.
DiCaprio is also set star in a film entitled The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny, and Murder and another called Jim Jones, both of which are currently in the pre-production phase.
DiCaprio’s latest film Killers of the Flower Moon has been well received by fans and critics alike.
The film’s official synopsis reads. “Real love crosses paths with unspeakable betrayal as Mollie Burkhart, a member of the Osage Nation, tries to save her community from a spree of murders fueled by oil and greed.”