In a world filled with mindless sequels and reboots, there are only a few remaining things that gets our hearts racing when it comes to film, one of them being a Martin Scorsese-Leo DiCaprio partnership.
So consider our hearts racing: it's been announced that the duo are to work together for a sixth time on The Devil in a White City, an adaptation of Erik Larson's 2003 novel.
DiCaprio – who bought the film rights back in 2010 (as you do) – will play Dr HH Holmes, a serial killer who used Chicago's 1893 World's Fair to lure victims to their deaths in a labyrinthine building known as Murder Castle... Darker than The Wolf of Wall Street then.
While the actor has dabbled in the more intense roles over the past decade (Shutter Island, Inception), it seems – following Django Unchained – he's veered into full-blown unhinged psycho mode.
In other words, he's going all out for that Oscar.