Leonardo DiCaprio prepares for 40th birthday

leonardo-dicaprio-the-wolf-of-wall-street_4017012 Speaking about his upcoming 40th birthday, Leonardo DiCaprio told ShortList magazine that he is prepared for it. The actor is turning 40 in November and doesn’t find it distressing at all.

He said: ”I suppose 40 represents something different, but I’ve been thinking about 40 for so long that I’m prepared for it. It seems like the age barometer where you’re still considered youthful is getting higher and higher. I’m going to hold on to that ideal as long as I can.”

Asked if the milestone birthday party will be anything like the bash his The Wolf of Wall Street character Jordan Belfort would have, Leo answered: ”Not one Jordan would be proud of, because he’d surpass anything we’d do! But hell yeah, I’m going to celebrate.”

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5 responses to “Leonardo DiCaprio prepares for 40th birthday”

  1. Naomi says:

    I see Leo’s plans his birthday is many months in advance – this is going to be a great party as I can see it. Well, I wished I had the money and fame he has got and then I would celebrate like crazy! LOL yes, I am a party animal! Hehehehe! Leo does a great job as an actor and he deserves to have great birthday celebration! I hope he has fun!

  2. Miley says:

    I am sure this is going to be a big celebration! Leo likes parties, but with the close people and I respect him for that. The actor definitely lacks the star disease and this is a rare catch among Hollywood famous people! I am surprised he gets ready for the birthday is ten months from now. Well, I have never had such a fame and so much money to understand, Hehehehe!

  3. Kathy says:

    Wow, forty, already? Seriously? I don’t know for some reason I always thought of him like twenty years old with something, we’ll probably it is due to the fact that he looks so good, and it seems that no matter how many years pass, he still looks same and doesn’t change at all. Hmm, maybe he has some hidden secret of never ending youngness? Just kidding! Though if he really does I would love to hear it! But if on a more serious note, I would like to wish him a Happy Birthday, an awesome mood and a lot of good friends and special people around on the day of celebration, and throughout the entire life. Life is not about surviving it, but about living it at the highest possible level, and it seems that Leonardo really knows this fact.

  4. Gabriela says:

    Forty? Who would have thought he looks so handsome and young all the time, I love all of his movies, he performs so naturally like he really lives the life of his heroes. Not every Hollywood actor (even from the ones who perform tens of years) is able to show same professionalism. When I saw “The Great Gatsby” I was so impressed that I couldn’t get back to normal for a few more weeks, it was such a sad time for me, as I felt so sorry for poor Gatsby he tried so hard for the sake of love, and in the end died because of it and because of its kindness. Awe, I better not think about this topic as I already feel how I am getting back to the sad mood that I have had before. I am so happy for him and his successes as he really earned everything he has now, with its hard work on the everyday basis! Well done Leo, I am proud of you!

  5. Lisa says:

    Well, with this kind of physical appearance I guess there is nothing to worry about for Leonardo DiCaprio, at least for the future next thirty-forty years. And anyway, my personal opinion is that there is no age for a person, our age is the way we feel, so if we live fun and vivid even at forty, fifty or sixty, than we are young, the worse is when we feel and act like seventy at the age of twenty-thirty. It is great that it is not Leo’s case, as I enjoy seeing him in movies, and hopes to see him much more in the future appearing in the cinema industry. Love the “Titanic”, have watched it many, many times and think that I will watch it many times more, there is the type of movies, that never get old or out of fashion “Titanic”, the movie about “Gilbert Grape” , “Aviator”, “Catch me if you can” or “Great Gatsby” are exactly this kind of movies.