10 pics that best capture Leonardo Di Caprio’s emotions regarding his latest Oscar nomination

2014-01-17 11:05
Beverly Hills – It’s one of the most tragic award season stories that mankind has witnessed in recent years.

The sad and lonely  tale of screen legend Leonardo DiCaprio and his 4 Oscar nominations and zero wins. DiCaprio, rated as one of Hollywood’s biggest stars ever, was first nominated for an Oscar in 1994 for his breathtaking performance in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape. But he didn't win.

In 2005 he received his second nomination for the Aviator, followed by a third nomination in 2007 for Blood Diamond. No wins. Nada. Nothing.

This year he added a fourth nomination to his name for his work in the controversial film The Wolf of Wall Street. But will he win?

The whole world seems to think that Leo’s time has finally come.

This series of 10 photos perfectly capture Leo’s emotional anguish after hearing he was nominated again:
1) At first Leo was in total shock. He couldn't believe it.

2) But then he realised it totally just happened again.

3) And he was secretly excited.

4) He imagined what it would be like finally winning.

5) And walking on the red carpet again.

6) But then reality hit.

7) He realised every other actor in the world had won an Oscar except for him.

8) He knew he would have to prepare his losing face for when Matthew McConaughey won the Oscar this year.

9) It all suddenly became too much for him.

10) He cried for seven days and seven nights and nobody could comfort him in this painfully sad time of his life.

We love you Leo! Just keep smiling. You'll get there one day!

(Getty Images/Tumblr)


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