Leonardo DiCaprio hasn’t done a whole lot of Westerns in his 20-year career (1995’s The Quick and the Dead notwithstanding), but that may be changing soon with a couple of new projects. Earlier this summer, we reported on Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, which would see DiCaprio in the role of villainous plantation owner Calvin Candie, and now DiCaprio is said to be eyeing an adaptation of Boston Teran‘s Western novel The Creed of Violence. Todd Field (Little Children) is attached to direct, as he has been for several years. Read more details after the jump.

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