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Leonardo DiCaprio said that accidentally slashing his hand open while filming arguably the most famous scene from Django Unchained was a “fun” experience.
The unscripted moment came during a memorable take, when DiCaprio in character as slave owner Calvin Candie slammed his hand on the table and hit a glass, causing it to pour with blood.
The other actors played along and director Quentin Tarantino kept the cameras rolling, not skipping a beat, as the scene went on to become one of the most celebrated of DiCaprio's career.
Speaking in a resurfaced interview with Cynthia McFadden [via UniLad], DiCaprio described the role by saying: “This was one of the most narcissistic, self-indulgent, racist, most despicable characters I've ever read in my entire life.”
Discussing the moment his hand began to bleed but he stayed in character, he added: “That was the fun part, was watching their reactions.
“Boom it happened and then I opened my hand and then blood starts pouring everywhere and I saw Jamie [Foxx] go like this [makes shocked face].”
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