Leonardo DiCaprio: movies made for cinemas and without CGI, in the era of streaming become “dinosaurs”

The actor hopes that the rise of online cinemas will not lead to the complete oblivion of traditional ways of producing and watching movies.

As Leonardo DiCaprio said before the premiere of the film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” in Los Angeles, he is interested in following the rapid development of streaming services like Netflix – and at the same time he worries that the original approach to filming is a thing of the past.

The actor noted that films made without the use of computer graphics and with decorations and props corresponding to the desired era, are felt by “dinosaurs” in the modern film industry. Leonardo DiCaprio expressed the hope that viewers would not stop watching such pictures – and go to the movies for the sake of it.

We are entering the era of streaming, in which everything happens instantly – for example, a new series suddenly comes out, and all eight episodes of this beautiful show are available immediately, so you can watch them any day.


In turn, films made on film, without the use of CGI, in which Hollywood boulevards are specially designed to stylize them for 1969, are a real return to the cinema era, which we will no longer see.

Such paintings feel outdated, like dinosaurs. I hope that we will not abandon such films – and continue to go to the cinema to watch art together and enjoy it.

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“Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” – Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film, in which Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie played along with Leonardo DiCaprio, will be released in Russia on August 8.

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