Leonardo DiCaprio Reportedly Has A ‘No Eye Contact’ Rule And Huh?

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Wait, what?

While promoting his new film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, a new report has revealed that Leonardo DiCaprio had a pretty strict on-set policy that’ll make you say ‘WTF’.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, crew members were instructed to avoid eye contact with the actor at all times.

On top of this, they weren’t allowed to approach him at any time or even look at him if he was speaking to them.

Apparently, this rule was put in place to maintain DiCaprio’s “carefully crafted air of mystery”… weird.

Alongside this, The Hollywood Reporter’s piece labels the actor as Hollywood’s “last movie star”, having a string of hit films and never appearing in a superhero movie or franchise.

The latest Quentin Tarantino directed film is DiCaprio’s first film in four years, so it’s good to have him back on our screens!

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood hits Australian cinemas August 15.

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Written By Lachlan Guertin

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