How charming is he?! My god!

Leonardo DiCaprio appears on Ellen today to promote his latest movie The Revenant, and while he did discuss the flick, he also got to talking about some of his bad luck with near death experiences! Some of his examples? Skydiving catastrophes and plane crashes!

" I jumped out of the airplane. And then my first shoot didn't open. They cut it's tandem so somebodies on your back they cut that line. We started free falling towards earth. And that's when you get the 8x10 glossies of your whole life flashing before your eyes. And then the second one was tangled as well and I saw all of my friends sort of popping off with ya know their parachutes and I'm still plummeting toward planet earth. And then that was tangled for about a good I don't know, 20, 30 seconds. And then he untangled it and then he told me, "Oh you're probably going to break your legs now because this we're going too fast." So it was one of the worst experiences of my life and I'll never do it again," he explained to the talk show host. Whoa!

The actor also revealed that he was involved in a near aviation disaster that made it onto the news!

"Yeah this happened in one of the engines. I was the only person there that seemed to see this, but it was a flaming fireball. It was all Russian passengers and I kind of felt like I had already died and gone to Heaven because no one said anything. And I was screaming at the top of my lungs saying 'what the hell is going on here?' and people just kind of looked back at me and the stewardess came out and said, "we seem to have a slight problem here." And the Russian guy finally said "what is the problem?" and I said, 'Well we lost one of our engines.' And he goes, "how many engines did we have?" "Well we had two now we have one." And he proceeded to say "that is not good, that is not good." And we basically dumped fuel for 45 minutes and did an emergency landing and all our tires exploded and there was a hundred different ambulances there and it was on CNN and that was another bummer," he detailed.

Thank goodness he squeaked out alive! We don't want to live in a world with no Leo!