In 1995, the “Growing Pains” and “Basketball Diaries” actor made an independent film called “Don’s Plum,” featuring members of his infamous friend group, “the p-ssy posse,” including Tobey Maguire and Kevin Connolly.
Leonardo DiCaprio (top left), Tobey Maguire (bottom right).
Everett Collection After witnessing this turd I can’t blame DiCaprio and Maguire for wanting to bury it in the backyard.
DiCaprio, Maguire, Connolly and Scott Bloom play young LA actors who regularly meet at the titular diner, acting rowdy and toting along new girls who they treat like dogs.
After Brad (Bloom) brings a hitchhiking woman to their regular table at the diner, DiCaprio — improvising, remember — screams, “Stop looking at me like that!
“Don’s Plum” is remarkably self-important for a film that boasts the line, “Is it true the male G-spot is in your butt?”
And DiCaprio was mere months away from making “Titanic,” one of the biggest films of all time and the one that would cement him as a Hollywood superstar.