Leonardo DiCaprio in Giorgio Armani at “The Wolf of Wall Street” UK Premiere

Posted on January 10, 2014


There. We said it.

Sorry, darlings. But we simply have no idea why someone hasn’t told him this before now. He’s so persistent with this look and it’s such a horrible look for him.

Leonardo DiCaprio attends the UK Premiere of “The Wolf Of Wall Street” at Odeon Leicester Square in London, England in Giorgio Armani.

We’re not arguing that he should shoot for the blow-dried good looks of your typical leading man. He clearly never wanted to go that route in his career. But every time we see him, we think, “Well, there’s a perfect example of picking the exact wrong look for yourself.” Granted, we can’t deny that it hasn’t exactly hurt him in life or held him back in any way, but still. Grow the beard out all the way if you’re so determined to un-babyface yourself.

At least he wears nice suits. Could that tie be any duller, though?





[Photo Credit: Ian Gavan/Getty Images, FameFlynetUK/FAMEFLYNET PICTURES]

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  • Diego!

    The first picture is terrible but that is a terrific suit! I love it and on the rest of the pictures, he looks great. The tie is boring, I agree!

    • conniemd

      I think I’ve seen that same exact tie on several male stars this winter. This has been an awful year for ties.

      • Diego!

        It really has. Thank God it’s over! LOL xD

  • lexilexi

    I don’t mind the facial hair as much as the grease up top. On another note, has anyone seen WOWS?

    • SRQkitten

      No, of all the oscar bait movies that are presently out there, this is probably the one I have the least interest in. Seems like another testosterone-fest from Martin Scorcese that I can wait til it comes on cable. Men behaving badly, a new concept in film…not.

    • merciblahblah

      We saw it last weekend, and had I known going in it was 3 hours long, I would have opted for American Hustle instead. It was good up to a point, but then I was just ready to be DONE with it, and the character that Leo plays makes me think this is what HIS life is like, to a certain extent, and he just kind of grosses me out. How’s THAT for a rousing endorsement?

      • Jecca2244

        So this. i’m a fan of long movies but this felt like 5 hours. we saw AH three days later and I literally stood up in the theater at the end and shouted this was way better. thought my husband was going to keel over. i, too, felt like he was playing himself. and how many times can you show us a scene of him snorting coke from a women’s bum????

        • RedRaven617

          American Hustle seemed never ending to me… I know to stay away from this.

          • jen

            Me too! I found AH to be such a bummer, and WOWS even more of one. I do enjoy calling my microwave a science oven now though, so at least there’s that.

        • Emily Smith

          He was…he was putting it IN the woman’s bum…

          • Jecca2244

            still traumatized and now feeling prudish!

          • SassieCassy


      • SRQkitten

        I wasn’t really excited to go see American Hustle as Bradley cooper doesn’t float my boat, but it had received so many positive reviews, dh & I decided to go. Definitely worth seeing, the acting is great, Christian Bale, Amy Adams and Jennifer Lawrence did wonderful job with their roles and the plot/pacing worked. Definitely recommend it!

        • Katesymae

          I just saw American Hustle last night, and it was, without a doubt, one of the most entertaining, well-acted, and well-composed movies I’ve seen in a while!

          • SRQkitten

            We had seen Catching Fire a week or so before and I was really struck by Jennifer Lawrence’s range – to go from the older teen of Katniss to the older ditsier character that she portrayed in AH was impressive.

        • In_Stitches

          Haha, I noticed you left Cooper out of your list of people you were impressed by. I was flat-out shocked by how little effort he made to differentiate his character for Pat in Silver Linings Playbook…Jennifer Lawrence plays characters with very similar psychological states of mind in both and differentiates them drastically. He played drastically different characters and made no effort to change his performance.

          • SRQkitten

            😀 Yes, I’ll admit that was intentional. Not having seen Silver Linings Playbook, cant comment on that performance but he was definitely the weak acting link in AH. The other actors really shine. And OMG, didn’t recognize Elisabeth Rohm at all, was shocked at the end when saw her name in the credits and realized the character she played!

          • In_Stitches

            That was her!? Wow. She was great. I secretly love her hair in it. Very Manila if you get the reference.

      • NYCGlamourpuss

        Totally off topic, but you have the best user name ever! That’s one of my absolute favorite parts of “Pee Wee’s Big Adventure”! “Merci Beaucoup, Pee Wee!” “Merci blah blah!”

        • merciblahblah

          THANK YOU, Glamourpuss. I am always stoked when someone knows where it’s from – ahhh the cinematic classic of Pee Wee Herman. I am also proud to say I can quote the entire scene at the Alamo, in Jan Hooks’ southern drawl. Oh no I din’t. Oh. Yes. I. DID.

          • NYCGlamourpuss

            Way, way WAY back in the days of VHS, I worked at Suncoast Pictures before I moved to NY. So we had a store copy of “PWBA” open, and it was a top favorite with the customers. Every time we played it, we’d sell about three copies at least by the time it was done. The best part was that my co-worker Carol knew when to hit the slo-mo/pause combo *exactly* when Large Marge’s face goes bananas. You’d literally see her tongue make a Z-shape, then a square, her eyes pop out in slow mo, the whole deal. And the customers would wait for it – they’d stop whatever they were doing, and wait for Carol to hit the slo-mo feature at that exact part. Then they’d go back to whatever they were originally shopping for. Good times, good times!

          • ovarB

            “Be sure to tell’em Large Marge sent ya!!”

          • NYCGlamourpuss

            Pee-wee: Large Marge sent me.

            Trucker: Did you say Large Marge?

            Pee-wee: She just dropped me off.

            Trucker: That’s impossible. Large Marge? She’s…

            Man in Diner: It was ten years ago on a night just like tonight. Why, tonight’s the anniversary. Worst accident I ever seen.

            Pee-wee: But that means the Large Marge I was riding with was…

            All: Her ghost!

          • We took our kids, who were then mid-teens, to San Antonio. They stood in front of the Alamo and also did the whole scene. Then we sang “Tequila” to finish off our PeeWee tribute.

    • MilaXX

      I know this sort of thing shouldn’t bug me, but it does. The real life guy this is based on has yet to repay the folks he swindled and is actively trying fro a reality show. I get that they say they are trying to show how disgusting he is, but I can’t bring myself to go see this.

      • lexilexi

        And he is probably making $$ off of this movie as well…. actually I am a little tired of people making a living off reality shows… but then there must be an audience…

        • MilaXX

          IIRC he is and meanwhile is petitioning to be let out of his restitution obilgations

        • Sobaika

          He is – it’s based on his book, so he gets money for that alone, as well as I’m assuming his consultative role and brief appearance in the film.

          As to the movie itself, well… it’s an interesting experiment. Both DiCaprio and Scorcese go really over the top and are met with middling success. Leo really surprised me with his physical comedy, there’s an uninterrupted ten minute scene that had my theater in hysterics. But overall it’s rather unremarkable and uninspired – there are quite a few movies about rich boys behaving badly and WoWS brings nothing new to the table.

          There’s also something to be said about a misogynistic film versus a film portraying misogyny – it toes the line quite a bit. There were a few small choices Scorsese could have made that would’ve gone a long way in combating the glorification of this douchebag character.

          Re: American Hustle, I wasn’t all that impressed with it either (although it’s loads better). Amy Adams and Christian Bale carry the entire film and are the genuinely great parts.

          • SassieCassy

            thank you!! i hatedd american hustle but your right, amy adams is delivering in it. and bale’s hair!!!

            disco soundtrack is a win

          • fursa_saida

            The soundtrack to that movie is killer.

          • demidaemon

            Personally, right now, of all the awards bait movies, the only one I am remotely interested in seeing is August:Osage County.

          • In_Stitches

            Yeah, I’ve heard Inside Llewyn Davis and is depressing chore and WOWS is a bloated fest of excess. I am looking forward to Her though. Loved Phoenix in The Master and Scarlet usually delivers.

      • MartyBellerMask

        I heard Leo on the radio this morning and he said he spent time with the guy he plays and says he is truly reformed or trying to be. Uh-huh.
        The interviewer asked Leo if he thought *he* (as in Leo himself) might have been swindled into believing him, and I spittled my coffee a bit. Leo laughed too, but in a “That’s preposterous!!” kind of way.

        • SRQkitten

          No, he’ll be truly reformed when he’s made restitution to the people he swindled. Until then he can crawl back under his rock and go away.

        • skipiddydoda

          Yes! AND – Leo is endorsing the guy for public speaking engagements.

    • Emily Smith

      My husband and I saw it and very much enjoyed it but we also own most of Scorsese’s movies. Scorsese must have pulled a fast one on the ratings board though, because it is chock full of nudity and sex, not sure how he avoided an NC-17 rating. It’s some really impressive acting by Leo, especially of the physical variety. I didn’t know he had that kind of physical comedy in him. But the movie definitely isn’t for everyone. People think it glamorizes the lifestyle, but I think that’s missing the point of the movie. The main character is a douchebag who basically got sucked in to a cult and then decided to make his own, greedier version of that cult; and everyone with all that money is really fucking miserable, spending it all on hookers and drugs just to feel something. That was probably more detail than you were looking for lol.

      • Ginger

        I haven’t seen the movie myself, but a VERY buttoned-up, pearl-clutching, conservative co-worker of mine went to see it with her husband a few weeks ago and walked out because of all of the nudity and sex. Now I have that morbid curiosity and I’ll wind up watching it, I’m sure…but only when I can get it at the Redbox. Thanks, Carol. HA!

      • lexilexi

        Thanks Emily. I love Scorsese’s movies too.

        • Emily Smith

          I can’t tell you how many times we’ve watched the Depahted, as we call it our household. I’m not overly fond of Taxi Driver though, I don’t rewatch it with the same zeal as my husband. Hated Hugo. Hated. So hollywood self serving. Love Goodfellas.

      • algaechick

        I heard an interview with Leo in which he mentioned that they were barely skating the ratings line b/c of all the drugs, language and nudity, and sounds like they may have dialed a few things back to avoid the NC-17 rating.

        • Emily Smith

          My understanding is that Scorsese worked the system wisely. He submitted a movie that wasn’t even the movie he wanted, probably an hour longer than what was released and WAY more pornographic. The MPAA went “HOLY SHIT FUCK NO” and so when he submitted the cut of the movie he actually wanted, they were so relieved in comparison they gave it the R rating.

          • fursa_saida

            Ah, the old Star Trek gambit.

        • SRQkitten

          The ratings board has a very arbitrary view of what is deserving of the NC-17 rating. If you haven’t seen This Film is Not Yet Rated, it’s worth seeing for getting a sense of how certain things (women’s sexuality as probably the best example) gets more restricted ratings than violence (particularly violence against women).

          I suspect Martin Scorsese – who I think is brilliant, just don’t care for this latest subject – benefits from being who he is in the film community. I strongly suspect another filmmaker who did similar content would be facing a NC-17.

    • lunchcoma

      I have. It was…okay? I mean, taken away from the context of being on the awards track, it’s a competent movie in the Rich People Behaving Badly genre, but it’s bloated and overly long and a bit derivative and I didn’t see anything very special about it beyond the shock value.

      There was an 8-year-old kid in the theater when I watched it, and I ended up finding judging others’ parenting choices to be more diverting than the film itself.

      • SRQkitten

        Word. I remember seeing a very young child in the theater when we saw Gladiator and thinking “WTH?” But nowadays it happens a lot.

    • sunnycalif

      I loved the movie! It was a fast three hours. It just has to be watched as a dark comedy–don’t get all serious on it!

  • Laurie Cubbison

    For the past few years, I’ve got the sense that he wants to look like Marlon Brando or Orson Welles as they aged, without the weight.

    • RedRaven617

      That is exactly what I have been thinking. Not a good look.

    • Domo_Konnichiwa

      He should be a good room smasher, then.

  • SewingSiren

    I like the suit though.

  • He looks like a Russian Mafia Don.

  • d4divine

    “creepy man baby” Hahahaha Today’s giggle brought to you by TLo.

    • Sobaika

      Who makes the best looking Creepy Man Baby – Jeremy Renner or Leonardo DiCaprio??

      Important questions of our time.

      • Pennymac

        Wow. Its almost too close to call.
        Leo, I think.

      • Imasewsure

        Renner is seriously the creepiest…. haven’t seen him act yet but he will make a great character actor/villian later in life

        • d4divine

          Renner was great in that Borne movie…very athletic, cat like, and intense. Meow!

      • d4divine

        Neither…when you add the term”creepy man baby” looks are negated. The term is so good it makes my skin crawl. Lol

      • alyce1213

        Tough call. Leo I think — more insidious.

  • Carleenml

    He has zero bone structure and puffy eyes. I never got this man’s appeal.

  • MilaXX

    That is a nice suit, but there’s something abut him I find unappealing. I used to love him when he was younger. Maybe it is the hair & ‘stache. I also get the feeling that he’s trying desperately to get an Oscar. I almost wish he would just do a silly comedy instead of all these biopics he seems to love. Like Depp & Burton, I think Leo & Scorsese need to see other people.

    • Loramir

      Yeah, he was cute when he was younger. And he IS talented. But now he seems vaguely creepy and like he takes himself way too seriously. Only Serioius Oscar Bait Movies, nothing fun or lighthearted. Whereas Depp, who is equally talented, seems to have gone the opposite direction and won’t do anything not involving five tons of makeup and a bird on his head. *sigh*

      • MartyBellerMask

        Yes. Please Leo, lighten the fuck up.

        • NYCGlamourpuss

          Actually, to be fair, he did something hilarious on The Academy Awards a few years back, I think it was around 2007. They posed the question to various celebs, directors, etc., “How many times have you been nominated for an Oscar?” And then they just showed all the quick cuts of everyone they asked answering, “Five times. Haven’t won yet.” “Six times, one win”. (Peter O’Toole – “Nine times. Goose eggs!”) So they get to Leo, and he very off-handedly says, “Oh, I dunno. Six, seven times. I don’t really keep track of these things.” So they move onto clips of answers from a few more people, then they go back to Leo, and he goes, “Wait – are we talking about natural deaths or murders?” The joke being that he thought the question was “how many times have you died in your movies”, because he winds up dead in almost all of his films! I loved it, I cracked up.

          • Rand Ortega

            RIP PETER O’TOOLE.

          • formerlyAnon

            One of the original pattern cards for the modern smart, talented, bad boy.

          • SassieCassy

            another man who never got his oscar. for shame!

          • Rand Ortega

            Preach! I can think of at least 3 examples where he was robbed (Cliff Robertson? Really?). Came so close to working with him 2 years ago. The 1 regret of my career is that I didn’t get to.

          • decormaven

            So much love for that man’s work. He was one of a kind.

    • I have never found him attractive (possibly because I always think of him in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape) and the stories of him being a bit predatory with young women make him less so.

      • Sobaika


        Also I firmly believe part of the reason he gets little award love is because people can’t take his off-screen antics seriously. He’s a genuinely gifted actor but grow the fuck up.

    • SugarSnap108

      I feel the same. And now I feel nostalgic for What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?

      • demidaemon

        That is a great movie, though.

    • Glam Dixie

      The fact that he only dates ‘super’ models causes me to find him unappealing on many different levels.

    • myandyleigh

      I’ve always found him unappealing and unattractive. I’m totally grossed out by his giant, meaty monstrosity of a head. That thing is just huge, twice the size of any other man’s head. Even if his head was of a normal size I’d still find him unattractive but that giant state fair prize winning pumpkin head is freakish and disturbing. The always greasy hair and icky beard just add to the creepiness of his mutant melon.

      He really does freak me out. I haven’t willingly watched a movie he was in since “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape” because looking at him is like fingernails on a blackboard for me. I keep waiting for one of those models he beds to run screaming into the night when she wakes up and sees his creepy head on the pillow next to her. I just don’t get the attraction. Ew.

  • I think the slicked back, greasy hair is his way of trying to make his head look smaller. He has a big head. Can’t explain the goatee, but then again, he’s not the only man sporting stupid facial hair.

    • algaechick

      a big head and a wide jaw. I think the goatee makes the jaw look even wider-he needs to go full beard, which I don’t think would look bad as long as it were as trim as his goatee, or shave it all off.
      + points for actually grooming his facial hair.

  • Jessica Freeman

    Meh. He’s never done it for me. Me thinks he wouldn’t listen to anyone tell him his goatee was ridiculous anyways.

  • @Biting Panda

    I have a hard time with this one. Maybe because we’ve seen him grow up in front of us. I can’t seem to process his ageing process. I’m not getting “creepy man baby” (though I hear that sums up his personality to a T, so there is that) but I also don’t find him sexy or all that attractive, in general.

    • charlotte

      What puts me off is that he doesn’t seem to have any edge.

  • Jecca2244

    at first i thought he was the guy that was on Grey’s Anatomy for a while.Eric Dane?

    • Supernumerary

      You take that back!

      (I see the comparison now, and cannot unsee it.)

  • snarkalicious

    He looks one pair of eyeglasses away from playing James Lipton in an SNL skit.

    • Kimbolina

      Holy crap, yes. I was trying to figure out who he reminded me of and it’s totally James Lipton…

      • Snailstsichr

        I’d live to see Lipton in this suit. Love the suit.

    • And a bald cap away from Ming the Merciless.

  • PeggyOC

    Babyface, the old Batman villain, now live on the red carpet.

  • MartyBellerMask

    Yes, that is a gorgeous, well-fitted suit.
    Goatees suit almost nobody, least of all a man approaching 40. Yuck. I just don’t get him. He is very talented, for sure. But sheesh, his public persona could use some sprucing up, no?

  • BKagainwiththesweatpants

    He could be James Lipton’s more evil twin. Which is really saying something.

    • Rand Ortega

      “What’s your favorite curse word?”

    • Jaeda Laurez

      That is EXACTLY what I thought. And that’s not really a compliment, is it?

  • NYCGlamourpuss

    A *greasy*, creepy man baby, to be exact. The fabulous suit and the immaculate grooming just don’t help. And you know, I don’t mean to sound like a bitch, but Leo has the type of face that a few extra pounds just do not help. Yes, I realize that sounds mean, and I’m not calling him fat, but he’s the type of guy who needs to watch any extra weight because it goes right to his face, and makes his head look like a beach ball.

    • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluk

      I was going to say that he needs to ease back on the partying because…bloat.

    • Please don’t do that. Bodysnarking is a big ol’ NO here.

      • NYCGlamourpuss

        Sorry! I’ll edit that, TLo, apologies.

  • marlie

    Well… he looks like a banker. A sleazy, successful banker in a nice suit, but still…

  • Cee Layton

    “Creepy man baby” nailed. It.

    • Rand Ortega

      So much so I can’t get it out of my mind. It’s like an earworm.

      • demidaemon

        I’m with you there.

  • luludexter

    nice suit, I don’t mind the goatee… but the hair? I blame Scorsese for that… 😉

  • jw_ny

    I’m not sure what kind of hair and beard style he could switch to to de-emphasize his punkin head, but getting rid of the grease would certainly help. I quite like the plaid suit, but that tie…ugh…the askew knot bugs and yes, it could be bolder.

  • Anna_Cecilia

    Well, he certainly looks like a corrupt Wall Street stockbroker, so way to dress for the venue I guess.

    We get it Leo, you want people to look past your Romeo and Juliet and Titanic heartthrob days, you are legitimately a serious actor now. Find a better style.

    • demidaemon

      Like I said earlier, I miss those heartthrob days. If I had been a more open teenager, I might have had a poster of him on my walls.

  • Rand Ortega

    Agreed on the hair. Would a blow out kill his image? The suit is lovely. Pant length makes me very happy. The tie should be a more interesting color (green or blue) & pattern (herringbone or tartan).

  • Deac82

    I don’t think that he can grow a beard and since beards are having a “moment,” this is the best he can do. Best advise to him should be that if he can’t play with the big boys, then he shouldn’t play at all.

  • Julie Parr

    He’s looking more and more like Jack Nicholson.

    • demidaemon

      Don’t put him and Jack in the same boat!

  • In_Stitches

    The suit is fine. Jacket is a bit tight across the middle…wait, no it’s not, he just buttoned the bottom button. What a rebel. I’m all thrown off now.

    In terms of his head suit, maybe a Caesar hair cut for him? I think he could pull it off. To be honest, the hair doesn’t bother me (it’s not Timberlake bad). Ditch the goatee and he’s fine.

  • formerlyAnon

    God I love that suit.

  • I don’t think the combo of shiny suit and shiny hair is very appealing, either.

  • ana170

    He looks like a slightly younger James Lipton.

  • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

    Now I have to find a way to work the phrase “creepy man baby” into my conversations, lol.

  • boweryboy

    I’ve been thinking this for years. Glad to know I’m not alone.

  • Daisy Walker

    Never, ever liked him, but it’s still a great suit.

  • MM4321

    Great suit but doesn’t it make him look paunchy? (IS he paunchy? I have no idea.) I can’t ever look at him and not see a Jack Nicholson-in-training . . . so creepy.

    • ThaliaMenninger

      You hit that one on the head. Jack Nicholson’s head! I think Leo has a similar problem — a round face that he is trying to give some definition with a hideous goatee. But instead of solving the pudgy face issue, it just makes him look sleazy. Or like half the Seven Duffs, actually. Sleazy, Queasy, Surly, Remorseful…

    • Katesymae

      Omigosh. I just posted a similar comment below before seeing yours! That’s so who he’s evolving into – Jack Nicholson.

      • MM4321

        Glad it’s not just me!

    • Nika E

      Paunchy is a great word for it. I was less eloquent and said bloated lol

  • MaggieMae

    He looks smarmy. In an expensive suit.

  • nannypoo

    I hate his beard and I hate his hair. He needs to get rid of the crisco look and fluff it up a little.

  • Katesymae

    Plaid suits like that just don’t do it for me. It takes a certain figure (lithe) and tailoring (precise) to pull it off and otherwise, you’re heading real fast into used care salesman territory. Also, since we’re voting about who maturing Leo resembles in Hollywood, I personally think his features, persona (minus the too-serious schtick), and antics have him nearing the Jack Nicholson zone.

    • Erica_Vuitton

      YES thank you! Everytime I see him now all I can think is he looks like a young Jack Nicholson!

  • Kbear

    Every time I see him with the goatee and slick hair – I think of Marlon Brando. And not the young Marlon Brando – if you know what I mean. From the neck down he looks clean and polished. From the neck up it’s “used car salesman”.

  • cricket_666

    I recently grew a similar bit of facial hair, however, mine is all white. And it itches like hell! 🙂

  • GorgeousThings

    The whole look is very Orson-Wellesian. He’s not a chunky guy, but the hair and goatee make him look heavier and older.

    • alyce1213

      I was just about to comment that he thinks he’s Orson Welles.

  • DeniseSchipani

    OMG, creepy man-baby was exactly my thought when I saw the photo. I thought, “didn’t he used to be adorable as a very young actor, like, in Gilbert Grape? And now he’s got that same face but in a puffy-creepy-greasy-goatee kind of way.” Ugh.

  • butterflysunita

    He looks terrible. But the suit is great and very appropriate for a movie called “The Wolf of Wall Street”.

  • decormaven

    Is he a Dapper Dan man or Fop?

  • ovarB

    Looks like he is reading for an upcoming role as James Lipton and soon will be asking “What is your favorite curse word??”

    • Nika E

      Yaaasssss! Lol

  • Erica_Vuitton

    I don’t see creepy man baby at all I just see hotness all over. I’m a BIG fan of facial hair on guys so I love the goatee and Leo got it right with the “know your event” wearing basically a fancy banker’s suit. I love it. Love him. Love it all. His last two movies he’s played a similar character in different decades (Great Gatsby & WoWS) so I hope his next movie is a completely different role.

  • deelup

    I don’t think he’s trying to unbaby himself. I think he lives a life of a leisure when he’s not on set, and shaving around your mouth/chin/nose, as well as washing your hair is work mmkay.

  • Mars Tokyo

    I’m so glad you said this– maybe he’ll get the hint. His hair has such wonderful possibilities.

  • “CREEPY MAN BABY.” is all that needs to be said.

  • Nika E

    He looks slightly disheveled… and bloated. Not really feeling this.

  • traceyishere

    Looks like he slept in that suit.

  • Oh, the beauty of that suit!

  • Corsetmaker

    I don’t think he’s going to age well.

  • River

    I think his hair is fine, over gelled but fine. One of the few men I think should NOT wear a beard. Nice suit.

  • KT

    Foppish child toucher.

  • Trickytrisha

    Thanks for defining what’s always bothered me about DiCaprio, Uncles. Creepy baby indeed.

  • I couldn’t agree more or have said it better myself. WHAT ARE YOU DOING, LEO. LEO, WHAT ARE YOU DOING?!

  • Lilyana_F

    I have been saying this exact same thing for years, this look doesn’t work for his face at all.

  • Youbeguilemenot

    James Lipton, is that you?

    • Imasewsure

      I was thinking Seth McFarlane until you mentioned James Lipton… so sad… so true!!

  • e jerry powell


    It makes him look as though he’s drowning in jacket.

  • Renaissance_Man_ATL

    The hair and goatee both look dyed. That’s never a good look. Loosen up a little, Leo!

  • ShaoLinKitten

    Is it me, or is he looking more and more like Jack Nicholson? He used to be swoon-worthy, but now… this look makes his head seem really round. I don’t understand what happened. I love his work and think he is a great actor, but he is looking pretty strange lately.

  • Helen

    You just want to f*** Leonardo DiCaprio when you see him acting, or see his sparkly, all-knowing, eyes in sat-down interviews but when you see him on the red carpet in the suits that make him look chubby and his greased back hair and silly goatee, you simply can’t imagine him with a Victorias Secret model, can you?

  • Ten to one his facial hair grows in patchy and terrible on his cheeks, which is why he goes for the goatee. Look at them cheeks. Baby smooth. Some men just can’t grow nice beards, sadly.

    What he really should do is go for a buzz cut with some shape (longer on top) if he wants a little edge – it’ll lengthen his face and make him look less like a nerdy corporate creep.

  • quiltrx

    That’s a fabulous suit.
    I always thought part of his younger-days cuteness was the floppy front of his hair. Not saying go back there, but this look is doing no favors. And the goatee (I generally like them on most guys) is serving to emphasize the roundness of the face, instead of lessening it (which I’m sure is the intent).
    It just hit me…it’s Rip Torn. Baby Rip Torn is who he looks like. Not good.

  • mrsdalgliesh

    I’m sure many have said it already, but THANK YOU. Yes, finally, someone said it. You rock.

  • demidaemon

    Can’t unsee now that it’s been said. I miss 90’s Leo.

  • mickiemonkey

    You tell it, Uncles! Sometimes you just have to say the hard thing. “Creepy Man Baby”, omg.