Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan & Tobey Maguire All Dressed Up On Set of 'Gatsby' (PHOTOS)


We can't get enough of these Great Gatsby costumes. Leonardo DiCaprio's handsomeness is knocked up a few notches when he puts on the white suit (and the charm) to play his character Jay Gatsby. 

Meanwhile, Carey Mulligan was a vision in violet, with her costume matching her character Daisy Buchanan's style perfectly. Tobey Maguire wasn't dressed up quite as much as his costars but in these shots, he dons a green sweater and bow tie as he takes on the role of Nick Carraway. The trio were spotted shooting scenes in Sydney, Australia on Friday. 

As you probably could have guessed, the film is an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's beloved novel Great Gatsby set in Long Island. The book-turned-film centers around Midwesterner Nick Carraway who is lured into the lavish world of his neighbor, Jay Gatsby. Soon enough, however, Carraway sees through the cracks of Gatsby's nouveau riche existence, where obsession, madness, and tragedy await.

This isn't the first time this book has been portrayed on the big screen. Robert Redford and Mia Farrow took on the novel characters in 1974. Check out a scene from that film below. 

 

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  • Justin
    Justin

    I can't believe this troll is incalabpe of discussing how much money he makes, especially when he has no problems paying civilians to spy on super stars, and everyone in-between-including the LAPD! And he can't discuss how much money he makes, but he's the first to ask a superstar that question, hypocrite!

  • Susan Willis
    Susan Willis

    Great Gatsby? Can't wait and Leonardo? Wow -- that will be a movie to see more than once,

  • emma
    emma

    I'll go with the man in the dark suit. He looks fabulous.

  • Jessica Sweeney
    Jessica Sweeney

    I wish Leonardo DiCaprio would do more movies. At present, he has 25 projects in various stages of development but he only does one movie a year and he has nothing solid lined up after ‘Django Unchained’.