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Global Green USA kicked off Oscar week with a worthy celebration dedicated to rebuilding communities subject to environmental degradation.
Leonardo DiCaprio is poking his head out of a poolside room at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Early in "Captain Phillips," the cargo ship captain (Tom Hanks) and his wife (Catherine Keener) drive from their Vermont home to the airport where he'll take a flight to his next job, one that will bring him face-to-face with the less fortunate on the other side of the globe. Like the chatter of so many couples, their conversation turns to their general feeling of economic uncertainty.
Leonardo DiCaprio says he and "The Wolf of Wall Street" co-star Jonah Hill are "going to come up with something unique" as they re-team to tell the story of 1996 Olympics security guard Richard Jewell.
Jonah Hill took the role of Leonardo DiCaprio's sidekick in "The Wolf of Wall Street" for a humble $60,000 paycheck, saying he would have given up his house just to work with Martin Scorsese.
About 45 minutes have been cut from the nearly 3-hour high-finance extravaganza "The Wolf of Wall Street" for Dubai audiences, or a quarter of the film, leaving many viewers disappointed and confused about the sequence of events.
Hollywood's Leonardo DiCaprio recounted this week how he was nearly eaten by a great white shark while filming the 2006 film, "Blue Diamond."
NEW YORK (AP) — In "The Wolf of Wall Street," out-of-control stock broker Jordan Belfort is initially furious when a Forbes magazine profile turns out to be a hatchet job labeling him a "twisted Robin Hood who takes from the rich and gives to himself and his merry band of brokers."
A new, environmentally friendly auto racing series just got even greener.