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Leo looked so dashing at the Golden Globes! Such a pity he didn’t win Best Actor for J. Edgar though. :(

Added a bunch of HQ pics:

More pics coming later. I’ve been really sick and in bed, so please bear with me. :)

Roberta By January 16, 2012 2 Comments

Leonardo DiCaprio joins honoree Sean Penn for the “Cinema For Peace benefitting J/P Haitian Relief Organization” at the Montage Hotel in Los Angeles on Saturday, January 14.

Leo, 37, and Sean, 51, helped mark the second anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Haiti through the charity dinner.

During tonight’s event, Sean received the Cinema For Peace Honorary Award for his work with the organization.

Both Leo and Sean were joined by Julia Roberts, Mel Gibson, George Clooney, Demi Moore and Orlando Bloom at the star studded event.

Added 6 HQ pics to the gallery:

Roberta By January 16, 2012 4 Comments

Leo seemed pretty comfortable and sharing a few laughs with actress Meryl Streep as they were pictured together several times having a good time on Saturday, January 14. Added 14 HQ pics to the gallery:

Roberta By January 16, 2012 4 Comments

Added 71 HQs from last Friday’s event to the gallery. Leo was pictured chatting with J. Edgar director Clint Eastwood:

Roberta By January 16, 2012 2 Comments

Added 37 new HQs from last Thursday’s event to the gallery in which Leo honored director Martin Scorsese. He took his dad, George, to the awards:

Roberta By January 14, 2012 13 Comments

Added 60 HQs from last Thursday’s event to the gallery:

Roberta By January 06, 2012 3 Comments

Leonardo DiCaprio doesn’t want to get back on board the Titanic.

The Hollywood hunk is wanted to help promote the 3-D relaunch of James Cameron’s 1997 Titanic blockbuster in which he starred opposite Kate Winslet.

But the actor isn’t so keen.

“Leo is not one for looking back,” says a source close to the actor.

“He’s proud of Titanic but it was 15 years ago.

“He doesn’t relish having to go back and promote that movie all over again

Roberta By December 18, 2011 6 Comments

Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to Erik Larson’s non-fiction book “The Devil In The White City: Murder, Magic And Madness At The Fair That Changed America”.

Leonardo DiCaprio will star as Dr. HH Holmes in this tale about a Chicago serial killer stalking prey at the World’s Fair. Graham Moore will write the screenplay.

There is no set start date for The Devil In The White City. Production is expected to start early next year.

The Devil In The White City comes to theaters in 2013.

Source: MovieWeb.com

Roberta By December 15, 2011 8 Comments

Congratulations to our guy Leo on his Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama for his title role in J. Edgar! :D

Roberta By December 15, 2011 2 Comments

The premium network picks up the New Regency property.

HBO has just bought the New Regency and Leonardo DiCaprio produced series Beat The Reaper, based on the debut book by novelist Josh Bazell.

According to Deadline, the project will be written, directed and executive produced by Ocean’s 13 scribes Brian Koppleman and David Levien. The show will be a criminal/medical thriller about an ER doctor who’s life turns upside when he runs into a patient who recognizes him from his old life as part of a notorious crime family. Juggling his new life with the old, the doc attempts to uncover the secrets behind his past.

Beat The Reaper was originally picked up as a movie concept back in 2009 when the book was first published. However, once Brad Weston became the new president and CEO at New Regency, he felt the story would make a better television series. This will mark the production company’s first TV project since the 2008 shutdown of Regency Television.

Source: IGN TV