Leonardo DiCaprio 'Pulls Out Of Steve Jobs Biopic'
Star reportedly planning on taking a break from acting...
Leonardo DiCaprio has pulled out of a planned movie biography of the late Apple supremo Steve Jobs.
The 39-year-old star had been in talks to play Jobs in a Danny Boyle-directed movie about the iconic tech figure - but is now reportedly planning to take a "lengthy break" from acting instead.
Leo has started filming The Revenant this week and the Western revenge drama, which also stars Tom Hardy, is expected to be his last project as an actor for the foreseeable future.
The Hollywood Reporter, which broke the story, claims that Christian Bale, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and Bradley Cooper are all on Sony's wish-list to replace DiCaprio as Jobs.
The movie is based on Walter Isaacson's best-selling book and was adapted by top screenwriter Aaron Sorkin.
Meanwhile, back in Leo-land, the actor is reported to have parted company from his GF Toni Garrn.
He had been dating the 22-year-old model for some time, but reports in the US now suggest that they've been doing their own thing for the last few weeks.
And Leo was apparently spotted "canoodling" with a mystery brunette in NYC last month.