"Half of its body was in and out, and I flattened down at the bottom, and it was this far away, and it chomped a few times but I survived it." The actor, 39, whose own Leonardo Di Caprio Foundation is dedicated to protecting endangered species of animals and the environment, was initially invited on the trip by a charity devoted to saving sharks.
But he admitted he’d be unlikely to go on another such fundraiser again.
The star recently purchased an entire racing team to compete in the forthcoming Formula E world racing series, which he hopes will help to promote and boost the sales of zero-emission electric cars.
Alejandro Agag, the chief executive of Formula E holdings, told the BBC: "Very few environmental leaders have helped more than [Di Caprio] to spread the message of sustainability around the world.
Sidestepping her usual quirky, comedic roles for something more serious, she starred in Page publicly came out as gay during a conference in Las Vegas in February 2014.
The conference, named Time to THRIVE, was focused on addressing issues within the LGBTQ community.
We literally traveled all around the world from Greenland to Indonesia.
For the café scene, shooting was don on the corner of rue César Franck and rue Bouchut. an Italian deli – Da Stuzzi – completely transformed for the scene.
It’s just 10 minutes away on foot from our new hotel, La Belle Juliette.
Page, only 20 years old at the time, lost the award to actress Marion Cotillard.
(2009)—the former film showcased Page as a Dennis Quaid's secluded and emotional daughter, while the latter film, directed by Drew Barrymore, put Page in a helmet and knee pads as part of a roller derby league.
Christopher Nolan, Leonardo di Caprio and Ellen Page filmed part of the blockbuster – currently n°1 more or less everywhere – on the Left Bank last August.