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Leonardo DiCaprio's 'Revolutionary Road' Has Intriguing Trivia That You Should Know; Read

Leonardo DiCaprio's 'Revolutionary Road' had received widespread critical acclaim. Take a look at the interesting trivia of the popular film.

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Leonardo DiCaprio's performance in many movies has not been the only aspect drawing attention but the actor's social media game has also upscaled over the years. Leonardo DiCaprio's movies that remain widely popular include Titanic, Revolutionary Road, The Wolf Of Wall Street, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Inception, The Revenant, etc. Listed below are the top things you did not know about Leonardo DiCaprio's movie, Revolutionary Road. Read on to know more:

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Things you did not know about Revolutionary Road

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  • One of the interesting facts of Leonardo DiCaprio's movie, Revolutionary Road is that the rights to make the film from a book into a movie were bought in 1967 and that the film was mostly shot in a sequence
  • Another fun fact was actors Ryan Simpkins and Ty Simpkins who are real-life siblings played the same roles as Frank and April's children.
  • This was the second film where lead actor, Leonardo DiCaprio played the character named Frank and the third film of Kathy Bates playing the character named Helen.

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  • Another interesting trivia of the film is that the whole film was shot on locations in Connecticut without using green screens and sound stages.
  • Revolutionary Road was also the very first film collaboration of Kate Winslet and director Sam Mendes and was also the only one to be nominated for Best Motion Picture Drama at the Golden Globes that year. 
  • This was Kate Winslet and Leonardo's second film together as lovers after Titanic. Also, the film's producer Elliott Kastner initially planned to make this film in the late 1960s.
  • This was one of the rare films to see three major Oscar winners i.e Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, and Kathy Bates, and an Oscar nominee, Michael Shannon.

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