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DiCaprio headlines Martin Scorsese's movie with his portrayal of Jordan Belfort, and acts opposite Matthew McConaughey, Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie.
Tollman previously dressed Scarlett Johansson, Mary-Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen, Mariah Carey and Shakira, and was doing a project with Bravo at the time of her death.
The Jack Dawson of 'Titanic' will headline the studio's newest project, which is penned by Jason Hall of 'American Sniper'.
The lucky bidder will join the 'Great Gatsby' actor in three-day training before boarding spaceship in a seat next to the star's sometime next year.
The Sunshine Corazon of 'Glee' looks almost unrecognizable after chopping off her long hair and opting for t-shirts and jeans rather than dresses.
The male leads in Baz Luhrmann's film looked dapper in their black suits and bow ties while their co-star Carey Mulligan lighted up the event with her Christian Dior gown.
The 'Iron Man 3' actress reveales that she 'didn't enjoy' the event, which took place at Metropolitan Museum Art last Monday, May 6.
The Queen of Pop is going to be honored for the record-setting worldwide success of her 2012 MDNA Tour.
The 'Inception' actor explains on 'Good Morning America' why he was hesitant to take the lead role in the Baz Luhrmann-directed drama.
Kunis tops FHM's sexiest woman in the world annual list this year, defeating Rihanna, Helen Flanagan and Michelle Keegan.
The 'Twilight' actress tops the list of women who wear best dresses according to a poll by Glamour magazine's reader.
After constantly involved in a series of bizarre events, the 'Easy A' actress allegedly attempts suicide that forces publicist Jonathan Jaxson to call NYPD for immediate help.
The leading men in Baz Luhrmann's film arrived in well-tailored suit to the special screening of their movie at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall on May 1.
The 'Great Gatsby' actor talks about fame and how his filming schedule makes it difficult for him to maintain a relationship.
The 'Great Gatsby' actor and the 'Cloud Atlas' star, through their production companies, will bring a TV movie about the former Soviet President to HBO.