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Ed Westwick is set to play a supporting role in Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar alongside Leonardo DiCaprio.

The British actor

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Added 3 HQs from a photoshoot Leo and other members of the cast did for Inception:

Posted on Jan 10, 2011 by

Baz Luhrmann said that he has “workshopped” his upcoming film The Great Gatsby in 3D, though he has not made a final decision about whether to shoot the Carey Mulligan/Leonardo DiCaprio project that way or not. The director made the remark in Las Vegas over the weekend, where he sat on the “Technology in Hollywood: The Director’s Vision” panel with Oliver Stone. Stone cautioned against the decision: “Don’t shoot a 3D movie unless you can afford it, otherwise you are putting yourself under enormous pressure,” he said. On one hand, nothing seems less indicative of 1920s, old-world glamor than a 3D movie. On the other, uh, Fitzgerald liked opulence, and it might look cool?

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Posted on Jan 8, 2011 by

Armie Hammer is the cast member of The Social Network with perhaps the least famous name, but he’s experienced the same surge of career choices as all the other actors, and is getting ready to star in Clint Eastwood’s biopic J. Edgar alongside Leonardo DiCaprio. We already know many of the exciting details about the movie, which stars DiCaprio as former FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover and Hammer as his longtime assistant and romantic partner Clyde Tolson. Judi Dench is also on board to play Hoover’s mother, a casting move Hammer described to Vulture as “really perfect.”

And while they had him, Vulture also asked about how he’ll handle the scope of the film, which meets Toulson and Hoover as young men but follows them through to their 70s in flash-forwards. Instead of bringing in older actors, Hoover and DiCaprio will be handling the full life cycle:

“I’m playing Toulson up to his elderly age! Makeup stuff comes within the next couple weeks. We’re definitely doing a lot of wardrobe stuff right now, but the makeup stuff we haven’t done yet.”

Old age makeup is a huge gamble, of course

Posted on Jan 8, 2011 by

Christopher Nolan has refused to completely rule out revisiting Inception for a sequel.

Nolan, who wrote and directed last summer’s Leonardo DiCaprio thriller, said that he has “always liked the potential of the world” he created.

“It’s an infinite, or perhaps I should say an infinitesimal world that fascinates me,” Nolan told Deadline. “At the moment, we’re exploring a video game, which is something I’ve been very interested in doing for a number of years. This lends itself nicely to that.”

The filmmaker explained that, although Inception was designed as a one-off film, he doesn’t know where his “creative interests” will take him in the future.

“As far as sequels go, I think of Inception as one film, but that’s how I approach all my films,” he commented. “When I was making Batman Begins, I certainly didn’t have any thoughts of doing a second Batman film, let alone a third.

“You never quite know where your creative interests are going to take you, but when I was making Inception I viewed it as a stand-alone movie.”

Source: Digital Spy

Posted on Jan 7, 2011 by

Santa Barbara International Film Festival unveils line for 2011. Leonardo DiCaprio to make guest appearance

When Santa Barbara International Film Festival CEO Roger Durling yesterday announced that Leonardo DiCaprio is going to attend the event this year, a whoop was heard from the audience. Durling smiled and said, “Somebody is excited.”

What he didn’t know was that it came unchoreographed and unrehearsed from Santa Barbara mayor Helene Schneider, whose enthusiasm seems fused to that of the entire city for the upcoming 10-day film festival, which begins Jan. 27th.

“It’s huge economically for the city, the local residents love it, it doesn’t cost the city much in terms of extra police or assistance, and the Film Festival sponsors really know how to throw a party. What’s not to love about it?” Schneider said.

Yesterday’s press conference at the Santa Barbara Hotel officially launched the activities leading up the festival, which this year will feature more than 170 films, including 30 world premiers, 33 U.S. premieres and films from 49 countries.

For the first time, the Festival has an official sponsor as Lynda.com, a Carpinteria-based tech training company. Participating stars will include Nicole Kidman, Geoffrey Rush, Ed Harris, Amy Madigan, Annette Bening, James Franco (this year’s Oscar host), Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit), and Christopher Nolan (Inception).

This year’s festival is expected to generate more than $70,000 in revenue for city merchants, who are offering some intriguing new offerings for theater-goers.

Posted on Jan 1, 2011 by

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio held a pre-New Year’s Eve party at his private villa in Cabo San Lucas.

DiCaprio, 36, jetted down to the Mexican resort to join his swimwear-supermodel girlfriend Bar Refaeli, 25. The party was attended by many celebrities.

Guests at the party included Naomi Campbell and her boyfriend, Russian billionaire and property mogul Vladimir Doronin, Kid Rock, Nicky Hilton and fiancé David Katzenberg.

Others who attended were Paris Hilton and boyfriend Cy Waits, top art dealer Tony Shafrazi, Jessica Alba, Dori Cooperman and Jennifer Worthington.

“Guests danced the night away-it was a great party,” the New York Post quoted a source as saying.

Source: SifyMovies

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Director Christopher Nolan has appreciated Leonardo DiCaprio for being “demanding” on the Inception set.

Nolan, who was delighted when the 36-year-old actor agreed to appear in his movie, was even happier when he realized how dedicated the actor is.

“Leo is someone I had been trying to work with for years. I’d met him many times and nothing had come together, but I finally managed to convince him with this one and he brought an incredible amount of emotional focus to his character,” Contactmusic quoted him as saying.

“He is extremely demanding, which actually helped me work out where in Inception the emotional importance of the story is,” the director added.

Source: Sifymovies

Posted on Dec 29, 2010 by

Clint Eastwood’s biopic entitled J. Edgar is really starting to shape up in the casting section (hopefully the story won’t bomb like Hereafter) while today we learn from Mr. Eastwood himself that Judi Dench is for sure on board to star along with Leonardo DiCaprio, Armie Hammer, Damon Herriman and possibly Charlize Theron (still no confirmation on her yet). The film will follow the story of J. Edgar Hoover (DiCaprio), his closest associate and gay lover Clyde Tolson (Hammer) and Bruno Hauptmann’s (Herriman), the man who was accused of kidnapping and murdering the Lindbergh baby, case as it was followed by the FBI. Filming will begin in February with a potential 2011 release.

This casting just gets better and better and this is quickly making it’s way to the top of my “gotta see it opening week” list of 2011. If DiCaprio performs as well as he did in Inception (which he will) then I would be shocked if he doesn’t get a nod for J. Edgar during awards season.

Source: Flix66.com

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Posted on Dec 24, 2010 by

Leonardo DiCaprio was once known as the Hollywood heartthrob but now, the highly successful actor has an even more sensational acting career to go along his killer looks! The Inception star is Forbes Magazine’s Highest-Grossing Star of 2010, with his movies earning $1.1 billion at the global box office.

Not only has DiCaprio collaborated with highly respected actors and directors like Martin Scorsese for Shutter Island and Christopher Nolan in Inception, the films that DiCaprio was credited lead in were box office gold.

According to the guidelines for Forbes’ list of the year’s Top-Grossing stars, the magazine looked only at box office gross which is the earnings for top films of the year, and then credited each lead actor or actress.

Coming in at second place is Mia Wasikowska, who played Alice in Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland. The film made over $1 billion worldwide. Wasikowska’s co-star Johnny Depp came in third place.

Source: PopStopTV

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