Dreamboat, apple of our eyes, love of our lives Leonardo DiCaprio has a new film out today. Having seen it, we can totally confirm that Django Unchained is all kinds of awesome. Leo plays Calvin Candie, a Southern plantation owner and a thoroughly nasty piece of work - not that that was enough to stop us from doing some serious lusting in the cinema.
Just because it's cold, and snowy, and we like you guys alot, we've put together a timeline of Leo's life full of lovely gifs, videos and pictures from the very beginning through to today. You don't have to thank us, it's just what we do.
15. Child Leo
The mushroom haircut's suddenly really grown on us.
14. The Basketball Diaries (1995)
The trials and tribulations of a bad kid from the wrong side of the tracks. Based on Jim Carroll's best selling autobiography.
13. Romeo And Juliet (1996)
First Leo, then Agent Brody. Claire Danes is one lucky lady.
12. Titanic (1996)
There was totally room for two of them on that piece of wood.
11. The Beach (2000)
This utopian drama set on the shores of Thailand features Johnson from Peep Show as a cricket-loving beach bum.
10. Catch Me If You Can (2002)
We're totally on board with the pilot uniform.
9. Gangs Of New York (2002)
His relationship with a be-gingered Cameron Diaz was hot, hot stuff.
8. The Aviator (2004)
At nearly 3 hours, this was the closest we've ever come to too much Leo.
7. The Departed (2006)
Oscar winning Martin Scorcese film about an undercover cop getting screwed by his own team. If you haven't seen it, remedy this immediately.
6. Blood Diamond (2006)
Or "blud dahhhmond" in our worst South African accent.
5. Revolutionary Road (2008)
The heart-wrenching tale of couple whose marriage goes sour after a move to the 'burbs.
4. Inception (2010)
Devilishly complicated. It hurts our brains just thinking about it.
3. Django Unchained (2013)
There's a touch of circus about his beard and he's a terrible human being, but Calvin Candie is one of Leo's best characters to date.
2. The Great Gatsby (2013)
We. Can't. Wait. For. This.
1. The Wolf Of Wall Street (2013)
Just too brilliant for words.