Naturally, after talking about Daisy Buchanan who’s totally taking over Carey Mulligan in her Vogue pictorial, bringing the Great Gatsby in the scene doesn’t look odd or out of place. So here he is: in all his theatrical splendor, Leonardo di Caprio as Gatsby in Baz Luhrmann’s new twist on the old classic. In 3D.
When did Leo grew up anyway? The good people from Esquire (aka Tom Junod, who wrote the piece about him for the May 2013 issue of the magazine) would put it all on a crack. On a neck crack. A loud and insignificant crack that would give you at least a good hundred characters from a mandatory length of a magazine cover story.
Truth being told, I would have a hard time finding something interesting to say about Leonardo di Caprio. Something that hasn’t been said before, something new and relevant for his Gatsby role and for the Esquire customers. So, creating an epic description of a neck crack sounds just about right, doesn’t it? The less significant things about di Caprio could just as well be the most relevant in this context. Especially since this is just the first issue from a series of 3 about world’s most famous men. Leo photographed by Max Vadukul breaks the famous ice.