The urging Leonardo DiCaprio gave Austin Butler on working with Baz Luhrmann

Here is some advantageous appeal — from Titanic's "Leader of the World" to the King.

While wanting to play Elvis Presley in Elvis (out today), Austin Butler was lucky to get some comprehension from one a greater amount of boss Baz Luhrmann's driving men, Leonardo DiCaprio.

DiCaprio rose to unquestionable quality playing Romeo in Luhrmann's 1996 Romeo + Juliet, 

he collaborated with the Australian boss again on the lead spot of 2013's The Great Gatsby.

So when Butler was working with DiCaprio on Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,  

He understood there was no one better to get a data about what the future holds before leaving on Luhrmann's most paramount component since Gatsby.

Leo told me, 'Baz will persistently keep you unstable, and it will pull things out of you [that] you never acknowledged you had inside you,'" Butler tells EW. "That is the very experience that I had."