Leonardo DiCaprio could play in a new feature. The actor would be interested to participate in the Western credo of violence.
Leonardo Dicaprio headlined by a new western? It is quite possible. Indeed, the actor could be involved in the adaptation of the novel entitled The Bostan Teran creed of violence, according to the Los Angeles Times. A Western to be directed by Todd Field for Universal Pictures. Sixteen years after Quick and the Dead Sam Raimi, the actor should find this kind of feature. More accustomed to the drama or thriller, Leonardo DiCaprio wants to try a new experience.
In the creed of violence, it would have the choice between the two main characters: Rawbone and Lourdes. The story takes place in 1910, in full Mexican Revolution. Rawbone, a criminal who takes a load of weapons. Before you can sell it, he was arrested by U.S. authorities and must return the goods to the Mexican oil wells. It is then escorted by Lourdes, an FBI agent. But what Rawbone does not know is that Lourdes is the son he abandoned at birth. A western that also promises action between the two characters.
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