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Words are, the 'Raging Bull' actor sparks 'the talk of the party' after calling Jigga 'disrespectful' because the rapper refuses to return the actor's calls.
As birthday presents, guests including Beyonce, Jay-Z, Martin Scorsese, and Jamie Foxx donated money for the actor's foundation.
The 'The Wolf of Wall Street' actor reportedly has ended his one-year relationship with model Erin Heatherton.
The Leonardo DiCaprio-starrer will be released in North America in the fourth quarter of 2013.
The producer, who worked with Leo in 'The 11th Hour', reportedly left a suicide note near the area where he was found lifeless in the Angeles National Forest.
The trio is set to produce the animal rights-themed drama, which comes from Hardy's idea and is designed in the vein of Steven Soderbergh's 'Traffic'.
Rumor has it, the Wachowskis are Warner Bros. Pictures' second choice after Ben Affleck confirmed he's not interested to helm the DC film project.
The 'Inception' actor has been snapped exiting a building in New York in a formal suit and sleek haircut while filming a scene for the Martin Scorsese-directed drama.
The 'Django Unchained' thesp bows out of the Alan Turing biopic, which now must find a new home after Warner Bros. Pictures is no longer interested to develop it.
FOX has tapped Andrew Miller to write the script for the TV project based on the 2000 movie directed by Danny Boyle.
The studio has hired 'Gangster Squad' screenwriter Will Beall to provide the script for the long-gestating DC Comics' superhero ensemble movie project.
'The Wire: The Musical' features some original cast members namely Michael Kenneth Williams and Sonja Sohn singing their lines in the scenes that recreate memorable moments from the HBO series.
The 'Gold Digger' rhymer uses profanities toward one concertgoer who points a laser at the stage when he's about to sing 'Flashing Lights' during the Paris gig.
Insiders from Marvel Studios claim the rumor stating that the Black Panther is 'headlining his own film' for a 2014 release is 'not true.'
Aside from presenting glimpses of DiCaprio as a mean plantation owner, the snippet gives a look at Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz as they get into some action.