Leonardo loves toasting so much that he does it even when it's not appropriate. Here he is explaining the rules of Inception. It's one of the most important and complicated speeches anyone in a film has ever had to give, so he of course does it by standing up and raising a glass of wine.
Warner Bros. Pictures"So raise your glasses to how time works differently inside a dream, but then also dreaming people have to fall out of their chairs to wake up, and if you die in your dreams, you become a centaur in the next realm up, even if it's real life."
In Django Unchained, they had DiCaprio's curiosity, and then they had his attention ... a line that might have been clunky and overwritten had he not punctuated it with a ridiculous drink.
The Weinstein Company"It wasn't really a toast, I suppose. I just like delivering 40 percent of all movie scripts while I drink."
In The Wolf Of Wall Street, Leo sarcastically toasts the impotent FBI agents to show them that dickheads can do anything they want if they're rich enough.
Paramount Pictures"Here's to the rest of you fuckers taking that lesson, too. I'm Leo DiCaprio, and each toast I make is so, so awful."
Every single one of this man's toasts leads to dark and terrible things, but he keeps doing them. You cannot stop him. Here he is in the Departed, giving a quick toast right into the side of another man's head.
Warner Bros. Pictures"Here's to you, f*****g HEAD."
The point we're trying to make is that if you see Leonardo DiCaprio start to raise his glass, run.
Warner Bros. Pictures"Here's to you being too late. You're already dead."
It really was only a matter of time before someone put Leo on a wine glass.
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