Leonardo DiCaprio is trying to give up smoking — but is having to do it without the help of nicotine patches!
The Titanic actor — who stars in new movie Shutter Island — says his mission to ditch his parliament cigarettes is being hindered by dreams of mass murder!
“When I take nicotine patches I have blood curdling nightmares of murder. Mass murders,” explains Leo. “I wake up in the middle of the night and have to take them off.
“I don’t really remember my dreams that much apart from then. I don’t know what that means about me from a psychological point of view but that’s the truth.”
DiCaprio, 35, recently admitted he’s a “mommy’s boy”.
“She loves taking part in my life,” the actor said of his mom .”You can call me a mommy’s boy, but I think it’s cool to have her with me.”
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