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A fan secretly took a clip of a man who looks like the 'Wolf of Wall Street' star dancing hilariously among the crowd at the Coachella on Saturday.
'The Deep Blue Good-by' is based on John D. MacDonald's mystery novel and developed as a potential new franchise starter.
The Theodore Roosevelt biopic reportedly will be based on Edmund Morris' Pulitzer prize winning biography.
The 'Great Gatsby' star was attending the Santa Barbara International Film Festival when Ukrainian TV reporter Vitalii Sediu surprised him by kneeling and putting his face on DiCaprio's crotch.
Hill will take on his latest serious role as a security guard who saved many lives from bomb but was subject to harsh media accusation.
The Oscar nominee's step-brother Adam Farrar has been accused of hiding Normadie Farrar before his arrest.
DiCaprio surprises his 'Wolf of Wall Street' co-star Hill and helps him soothe his nerve by doing the 'Titanic' scene during his monologue.
Leo and Marty are credited by the Academy as producers for 'The Wolf of Wall Street' in Best Picture category, after previously shunned by the Producers Guild of America.
As many as nine films are nominated for Best Picture, including 'Hustle' and 'Gravity' which nab a total of 10 nominations each.
The 'Wolf of Wall Street' co-stars team up with Grammy-winning artist Q-Tip to bring forward a new scripted series based on the rapper's experience during the Native Tongue era.
DiCaprio looks dashing in his designer suit, while Robbie glams up the red carpet in a red billowing gown by Oscar de la Renta.
The Sandra Bullock starrer gets the attention from the British Academy Film, being nominated in the main categories such as Best Film, Best Actress and Best Director.
Stopping by 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', the 'Inception' star reveals a terrifying shark attack he experienced in 2006.
DiCaprio claims director Martin Scorsese tried to portray the characters 'as honestly as he possibly can,' while Hill believes the movie doesn't glorify Jordan Belfort and his friend's behavior.
The 'Great Gatsby' star says, 'We're not condoning this behavior,' adding that audience is meant to enjoy the madness from a non-judgmental point of view.