Leonardo DiCaprio was not raped by bear in 'The Revenant'
Refuting rumours of Leonardo DiCaprio being raped by a bear in his upcoming flick 'The Revenant', Fox Studios has issued a statement clearing the actual facts
Washington, D.C: Refuting rumours of Leonardo DiCaprio being raped by a bear in his upcoming flick 'The Revenant', Fox Studios has issued a statement clearing the actual facts.
In a statement, the studio said the 'Titanic' actor was attacked by a female bear which was protecting her cubs, Us magazine reports.
Leonardo DiCaprio in 'The Revenant'. Pic/ Santa Banta
The studio also pointed out that DiCaprio, who will portray the role of real-life frontiersman Hugh Glass in film, was attacked by a bear while depicting the scene during an 1823 expedition of the American wilderness.
Earlier, there were rumours that the actor's character Glass was brutally attacked by a bear who reportedly then flips him over on his back and proceeds to molest him.
Helmed by Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez, the forthcoming adventure-thriller film will also star actors Tom Hardy, Domhnall Gleeson and Will Poulter among others and is slated to hit US theaters on December 25, 2015.
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