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Leonardo DiCaprio's 'The Revenant' Shot Across These Scenic Locations

Leonardo DiCaprio's Oscar-nominated movie, 'The Revenant', undeniably features some spectacular and picturesque landscapes. Here are some of the locations.

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The Oscar-nominated flick, The Revenant, is undeniably one of the critically acclaimed movies of Leonardo DiCaprio. The Revenant was released in 2015 and was helmed by Alejandro González Iñárritu. The film features Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Domhnall Gleeson, and Will Poulter in the key roles. The movie is loosely adapted from a novel of the same name penned by author, Micheal Punke. 

The western film revolves around the story of Hugh Glass, a frontier who gets abandoned by his own team members after he becomes a victim of a bear attack. He manages to get out of the situation but later aims to take revenge on his buddy for betraying him. Apart from the storyline, the movie also has some beautiful landscapes that fans loved. Let's have a look where this movie was shot-

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Leonardo DiCaprio's 'The Revenant': Shooting locations

  • Reportedly, the movie is filmed in twelve locations in a total of three countries, which include the United States of America, Canada, and Argentina. The film starts with a battle that was filmed in a Native American reserve which is situated near Morley, Alberta. Yet another scene where High Glass, the character can be seen walking across what appears to be a frozen water body is filmed in Kananaskis Country. The area is situated in the provincial parks of Canadian Rockies. 

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  • Reportedly, shooting in Fortress Mountain was one of the toughest and challenging locations. Fortress Mountain is located in remote areas of the Canadian province, Alberta. Several other scenes have been filmed in the Upper Squamish Valley, which is located in the Canadian province of British Columbia, Kootenai Falls which is situated in Lincoln Country, United States. A few other scenes have been shot in the archipelago of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina

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