Leonardo DiCaprio's beard

<h2>"Django Unchained"</h2>

<p><strong>The performance:</strong> As "Django's" perverse plantation owner, DiCaprio chose to go the full devil route with his beard, a move a bit too on the nose for some. (Or, in this case, on the chin.) But sometimes the obvious option is the best, particularly when the facial hair in question must compete with rival stubble from the likes of Christoph Waltz and Jamie Foxx.</p>

<p><strong>What the critics say:</strong> "Mephistophelean!" </p>

<p><i>&mdash; Nick de Semlyen, Empire Magazine</i></p>

( The Weinstein Company / November 28, 2012 )

"Django Unchained"

The performance: As "Django's" perverse plantation owner, DiCaprio chose to go the full devil route with his beard, a move a bit too on the nose for some. (Or, in this case, on the chin.) But sometimes the obvious option is the best, particularly when the facial hair in question must compete with rival stubble from the likes of Christoph Waltz and Jamie Foxx.

What the critics say: "Mephistophelean!"

— Nick de Semlyen, Empire Magazine

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