The New York Post helped make the virus the first official photo of “Killers of the Flower Moon,” published by Leonardo DiCaprio on Monday afternoon.
The photo shows the totally identifiable DiCaprio, alongside Lily Gladstone as his wife in the new Martin Scorsese movie, which has been filmed since last month.
But the newspaper interpreted the matter differently, as it published on social media, “Leonardo DiCaprio is unrecognizable in the first photo of the new Scorsese movie.”
The title contributes to placing the actor among the most commented topics on social networks, not just the actor, but a film about the time period about the true story of the killing of several people from the Indian nation, Osage in the early 1920s in the United States, after the discovery of oil. In their lands.
Several public figures commented on social media about the newspaper’s confusion and helped find the actor.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” director James Gunn commented, “The person on the left has to be if he is unrecognizable, because the person on the right is exactly like Leonardo DiCaprio.”
“There is nothing Christian Bale cannot do. Nothing.” , It was the statement of “The Men of the President”, Bradley Whitford.
Unless it’s the person on the left, that title is overrated, ”says author and screenwriter Gary Weta.
Journalist Scott Weinberg wrote: “The only way for Leo to be” anonymous “in this picture is if he’s playing the woman or the bowl or the salt shaker.”
Sports journalist Duncan Smith commented, “I don’t know if I feel comfortable with Leonardo DiCaprio playing a Native American.”
Journalist Jim Acosta commented, “She even recognizes him.”
“The Internet is referring to it en masse,” director Matthew I.
“I hope this helps,” journalist Ben Collins contributed.
Comedian James Felton shared: “Superman puts on his glasses. New York Post:” Clark Kent, you won’t believe those who just arrived. “
Journalist Quentin Hardy was more eroded: “Not surprisingly. He is rarely seen alongside women just 12 years younger than him.”
Inevitably, the title also inspired memes.