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Leonardo DiCaprio has certainly starred in his share of blood-soaked movies. Gangs of New York and The Departed come to mind, but maybe none so much as Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained. Attending the latter's premiere in South Korea, the 38-year-old Hollywood star weighed in on the debate about big-screen violence that the brutal revenge western has sparked, particularly by taking the topic of antebellum slavery and mashing it up with the spaghetti western genre. Of course, DiCaprio earned a Golden Globe nomination playing Calvin Candie, the callous plantation owner Jamie Foxx's titular hero Django visits in a bid to free his beloved Broomhilda (Kerry Washington), only to wind up doing a lot of »


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