Awards nominations are a regular occurrence for Leonardo DiCaprio, who turns up on prestigious seasonal film lists as often as a hunter returns to the woods.
On Thursday, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. honored DiCaprio with a Golden Globe actor — drama nomination for his role as a wounded fur trapper in "The Revenant," set and shot largely in the forbidding cold of western Canada. It is the 15th time DiCaprio has been nominated for an acting Globe or Oscar.
This time, though, things are shaping up in some unfamiliar ways.