Lily Gladstone reveals text exchange with Leonardo DiCaprio after Oscar snub

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However, Lily Gladstone made history by becoming the first Native American actress to receive an Oscar nomination for her breakout role as Molly Kyle. flower moon killerThe actress said she immediately expressed her disappointment in a text exchange with co-star Leonardo DiCaprio after being specifically snubbed for her performance in the Martin Scorsese film.

“He was the first person to send me a congratulatory message with popping confetti,” the actress said. Diversity In an interview published on Friday. “I told him how upset we all were. My nomination is equivalent to his nomination. I couldn’t have done what I did without his generosity as an actor and as a human being.”

Gladstone, Scorsese and flower moon All received recognition from the nominations, yet six-time nominee and one-time winner DiCaprio was overlooked for his strong and anti-type work as Ernest.

Speaking to Variety, Scorsese said: “[Leo] Delved so far into the complexities and contradictions of a man who was so vulnerable, so malleable, who did such unspeakable things, but who truly loved his wife. Leo fearlessly created a true everyman… an everyman that people don’t want to accept. Then he will bear it.”

In celebration, DiCaprio publicly congratulated his on-screen wife.

“Congratulations to my dear friend @LilyGladstone on making Oscar history as the first Native American woman to be nominated for Best Actress.” flower moon killerAnd is the fourth Indigenous actress to earn a nomination in this category,” DiCaprio wrote Thursday on Instagram, “And to the nine other nominations for this powerful film – it’s an honor to tell this story with all of you.”

The 96th Academy Awards will take place on March 10.