Leonardo DiCaprio wins his first SAG award

After five Individual assignments, the performer at long last got his hands on a SAG recompense. He grabbed the gong for best male performer for his part in The Revenant. He had been up against Eddie Redmayne (The Danish Girl), Michael Fassbender (Steve Jobs), Bryan Cranston (Trumbo), and Johnny Depp (Black Mass). Amid his acknowledgment discourse, Leo said: 'I'm genuinely humbled by this since it originates from every one of you, my kindred performers. Much in all seriousness. When I was 15 years of age, I was sufficiently fortunate to get a film called This Boy's Life and for around a year after that I looked the greatest number of movies as I could from Jimmy Cagney the distance to Robert De Niro. It gave me such a colossal admiration for this specialty, this art of acting. I was in wonder of their exhibitions, and I was unimaginably motivated. So for any youthful on-screen characters out there, I urge you to watch the historical backdrop of film on the grounds that as the historical backdrop of silver screen develops, you understand that we all stand on the shoulders of mammoths.' 'To my guardians, thank you for listening to an excessively aspiring, somewhat irritating 13-year-old child who needed to go on tryouts consistently after school,' he said. 'I would Notin be remaining here without you.' To begin with to compliment him on his win was Titanic co-star, Kate Winslet who seethed him in a major loving squeeze. The pair have kept up a nearby bond since they featured in the 1997 hit film. He'll trust his triumphant streak conveys him the distance to an Oscar, that is one he'll adoration to win and should win.

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