Leonardo DiCaprio Says He's Not Ruling Out Kids, Reveals Ed Norton Once Saved His Life While Scuba Diving
"If it happens, it happens," Leonardo DiCaprio tells Rolling Stone about the possibility of fatherhood
The unlucky daredevil – who escaped brushes of death while skydiving, swimming with great white sharks in South Africa, and a near plane crash while more sedately sitting in business class – just revealed yet another close call with the great beyond.
DiCaprio, who was in the area filming a still-untitled climate change documentary with actor and producer Fisher Stevens, told the magazine he began to panic when his air tank failed underwater, depriving him of oxygen.
DiCaprio explained Norton handled the crisis like a pro, sharing his tank with the star as they slowly swam to the surface.
Although the star has been outspoken about his near-death experiences, he’s been notably more tight-lipped about other facets of his personal life: specifically, his thoughts on having children.
However, the star carefully addressed the topic with Rolling Stone, explaining that he’s not ruling it out, but not necessarily making fatherhood a priority.
“If it happens, it happens,” he says. “I’d prefer not to get into specifics about it, just because then it becomes something that is misquoted. But yeah. I don’t know. To articulate how I feel about it is just gonna be misunderstood.”