Leonardo DiCaprio is spotted in Paris on Tuesday filming a commercial for Chinese telecom company Guangdong OPPO Mobile (April 5). Leo was also spotted filming on Monday, though it was much wetter (pics here).
Leo's been shooting the Clint Eastwood flick J. Edgar since February. Those attending CinemaCon in Las Vegas last week got a special treat as Warner Bros. played a short 30 second clip from the new film. In the scene, DiCaprio (aka J. Edgar Hoover) is seen giving an impassioned speech to Congress about the infamous Lindbergh kidnapping and the proposed National Fingerprint Database:
"Bring all the fingerprints in this country to my office so that we may create a central file to help arm our agents so that they may have a fighting chance against the sub-machine guns of some of the most dangerous characters in the history of American criminality. And I urge you to do this in the name of little Lindy, because if he can be taken, then what child is safe? ... If we cannot aid in his safe return, then what use are we?"