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Leonardo DiCaprio tells summit climate change 'is fact'

Leonardo DiCaprio has said climate change "is fact" as he addressed the UN Climate Summit in New York.

The newly-appointed UN Messenger of Peace said he was a "concerned citizen" and "one of the 400,000 people who marched in the streets of New York on Sunday."

"As an actor I pretend for a living - I play fictitious characters with fictitious problems. I believe that mankind has looked at climate change in that same way, as if it were a fiction," DiCaprio told the audience.

"But I think we all know better than that now ... none of this is rhetoric and none of this is hysteria, it is fact".

Leonardo DiCaprio poses for World Cup selfie

Former Fugees member Pras Michel and Leonardo Di Caprio at the game. Credit: Pras Michel/Facebook

Leonardo DiCaprio was at the opening game of the World Cup last night, and posed for this selfie with friend and former Fugees star Pras Michel.

The Wolf of Wall Street actor has reportedly hired Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour's yacht for his trip to Brazil this summer and gave a thumbs up as he watched the tournament hosts beat Croatia 3-1.

Posting the picture on Facebook, Michel wrote: "Brazil live with my boy Leonardo DiCaprio" and predicted Brazil would be winners of the tournament.

Get all the latest on the tournament on ITV's Sport's World Cup page.

Stars arrive for Wolf Of Wall Street premiere

Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie and Leonardo DiCaprio at the UK Premiere of The Wolf of Wall Street. Credit: Ian West/PA

Leonardo DiCaprio, 39, and his co-stars Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie were in Leicester Square to launch the Martin Scorsese-directed film, The Wolf of Wall Street.

Leonardo DiCaprio at the UK Premiere of The Wolf of Wall Street in London. Credit: Ian West/PA

It stars DiCaprio as corrupt New York stockbroker Jordan Belfort and charts his rise to power fiddling the stock market on Wall Street - and then his downfall once his crimes were discovered.


DiCaprio: 'Thank God' my life is not like Jay Gatsby's

Leonardo DiCaprio told Daybreak's Kate Garraway that he has looked on his experience of filming The Great Gatsby as "an incredible opportunity that I don't want to squander and I look at it as an incredible gift."

When asked if he could identify with his character Jay Gatsby's party lifestyle he said: "I have been to some parties in my life and I have been to premieres but thank God that is not my life 24 hours a day, thank God!"

DiCaprio: Gatsby is compulsory reading in US schools

Leonardo Di Caprio has emphasised the importance of The Great Gatsby novel in the United States.

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio Credit: Hubert Boesl/DPA/Press Association Images

Speaking at the Cannes Film Festival he said: "Gatsby is compulsory reading in secondary school.

"People today still try to dissect this novel, to interpret every line, it's a kind of endless quest. We wanted to re-shape the novel's characters. It is so exciting to work with a text of this calibre."

Stars attend The Great Gatsby premiere at Cannes

The stars of Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby have lined the red carpet in Cannes for the film's festival premiere.

Leonardo DiCaprio stars in Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby Credit: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jay Gatsby in Luhrmann's 3D extravaganza which also stars British actress Carey Mulligan and Isla Fisher.

Actress Carey Mulligan who plays Daisy Buchanan poses with director Baz Luhrmann Credit: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

The film, which is an adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald's novel, opened the 66th Cannes Film Festival in the South of France.

Isla Fisher plays Myrtle Wilson in the film Credit: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment
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