DiCaprio Has ‘No Plans’ For Scorsese’s Sinatra Biopic

Leonardo DiCaprio has distanced himself from reports that he’s set to portray Frank Sinatra in director Martin Scorsese‘s upcoming biopic of the late entertainer.

The Raging Bull filmmaker is set to bring Ol’ Blue Eyes’ life story to the big screen in forthcoming film Sinatra — and DiCaprio, who has been Scorsese’s leading man four times to date, was rumored to be stepping into the “My Way” singer’s shoes.

But the Titanic hunk is baffled by the reports — because he has not been approached to star in the film.

He tells New York Magazine, “There are no plans to do that (portray Sinatra) as of yet.”

Scorsese admits the movie has been stalled as screenwriters work on the script, but he insists that whoever ends up playing the Rat Pack legend on the big screen will not be showing off their vocal talents — because the singer’s hits are classics.

The director tells The Hollywood Reporter‘s columnist Roger Friedman, “With those records, Frank will do the singing. But we’re waiting for a finished script.”

Sinatra is expected to hit movie theaters in 2011.

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