Is Leonardo DiCaprio working on more projects with Netflix?
Leonardo DiCaprio is well-renowned as one of the best and most celebrated stars of his generation, and part of the reason why he’s stayed at the top of the Hollywood A-list for almost 25 years since he first came to attention as a child star is that he’s always been pretty mindful about signing up for specific projects.
You can’t dispute his strategies, seeing that he won three Golden Globe awards from 12 nominations and eventually landed the prestigious Academy Award for Best Actor for his impressive performance on The Revenant (2015).
DiCaprio is undoubtedly one of a diminishing number of talents worthy of opening a box office film based solely on the power of his name and nothing else.
The 46-year-old has only starred in seven films since 2010 but has become much more involved as a producer through his Appian Way label.
DiCaprio is currently filming Adam McKay‘s star-studded Netflix political satire disaster film Don’t Look Up alongside an extremely packed roster starring Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Chris Evans, Timothee Chalamet, Matthew Perry, and Ron Perlman.
Meanwhile, insider Daniel Richtman says it’s only going to be the first of many streaming partnerships.
As per Richtman, DiCaprio signed a three-film contract with the streaming giants, but he refused to give more details, so we’ll just have to wait a while for official confirmation.
After finishing Don’t Look Up, he’s set to head back straight into Martin Scorsese‘s welcoming arms for AppleTV+’s high-budget literary adaptation Killers of the Flower Moon alongside Robert De Niro, but after that, he hasn’t agreed to any more ventures yet.