Best buds Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire spotted ordering coconuts in Bali

Photo: Obtained from Twitter @NewsDiCaprioBR
Photo: Obtained from Twitter @NewsDiCaprioBR

Two Hollywood actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire (both known to have been friends for decades) were reportedly seen in Bali recently. 

While the Island of the Gods is no stranger to celebrity sightings (yes, including pornstars), the two thespians are arguably the first big names seen in Bali since the onset of the pandemic.

According to DiCaprio’s fan account on Twitter, the Titanic actor was pictured with the OG live-action Spidey at a business event at Kura Retreat Center in Bali. 

Both were seen donning black facial masks. In the picture, DiCaprio wore a blue shirt, while Maguire wore a white shirt. Like many other travelers when they visit Bali, both were seen ordering fresh coconuts.

According to local reports, the picture was taken on Feb. 28.

Netizens were understandably excited about the news, with some wondering what business the pair of best buds had in Bali. One account claimed that the event discussed environmental issues.

DiCaprio was known to have visited Mount Leuser National Park, North Sumatra province in 2016. His visit at the time stirred controversy as the actor criticized deforestation for palm oil plantations in Sumatra, saying the practice endangers wildlife, especially orangutans.

Previous A-listers who have visited Bali included socialite Paris Hilton (who visited her bestie’s spa in 2011), actors Julia Roberts and Javier Bardem (both were filming Eat Pray Love back in 2009), Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis (spotted at the Ngurah Rai airport in 2012 after reportedly enjoyed a romantic vacation), and Christina Aguilera (who was on honeymoon in 2005 with her then-husband Jordan Bratman). 

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