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    Alejandro González Iñárritu's 'The Revenant' Starring Leonardo DiCaprio Back On With 2015 Release Planned

    Even though we were a little bummed by the word that Alejandro González Iñárritu's "Birdman" won't be premiering at Cannes, another piece of news has buoyed our spirits. You may have forgotten, but way back in 2011, Iñárritu was attached to direct "The Revenant" with Leonardo DiCaprio slated to star...

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    Oscar Roundup: Anthony Lane and Breznican Weigh In, A.O. Scott on DiCaprio, Gurus o' Gold Predictions and More

    With the Academy Awards only a week away, Oscar-related stories, predictions and picks are reaching a fever pitch. Below, a roundup of all 11th hour Oscar buzz.

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    Before They Were Famous: Check Out the Best Actor Nominees in Their Debut Film Roles

    Following one of the most competitive Best Actor races in recent history, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences decided to nominate Christian Bale, Bruce Dern, Leonardo DiCaprio, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Matthew McConaughey for their spectacular performances. In honor of the nominees, Indiewir...

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    LIVE STREAM: Leonardo DiCaprio's Career Conversation Tonight with SAG

    Oscar nominee Leonardo DiCaprio will sit down this evening with Variety's Jenelle Riley for one of SAG's Career Conversations. Not attending? You can live-stream the conversation, below. Kicks off at 7pm PST, and runs for two hours.

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    Martin Scorsese Says He Was Prepared For 'Wolf of Wall Street’ Controversy; Investment Banker Sues Filmmakers

    Paramount’s push for Oscar gold with “The Wolf of Wall Street” has led its central team — Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Jonah Hill — into the press melee to talk up the film’s many aspects. It’s a two-sided coin: they have plenty to praise but also plenty to defend, as more voices from Jor...

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    WATCH: Scorsese, Hill and Robbie Talk DiCaprio in New 'Wolf of Wall Street' Featurette

    Check out a new featurette for "The Wolf of Wall Street," where director Martin Scorsese and stars Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie talk working with Leonardo DiCaprio, Oscar-nominated for his performance as Jordan Belfort.

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    Leonardo DiCaprio Defends 'Wolf' and Sings Praises of Martin Scorsese at New York Event

    Leonardo DiCaprio was on hand last night in New York to help launch a two-day film retrospective celebrating his collaborations with Martin Scorsese at the legendary Ziegfeld Theater. After a short clip reel spotlighting pinnacle moments in the five films they've made together (to the tune of "I Got...

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    Leonardo DiCaprio Talks His Work With Martin Scorsese, Says He Wants More Movies Like 'Wolf Of Wall Street' & More

    “We got hipsters in the house!” This phrase makes even less sense now than when I heard Leonardo DiCaprio say it last night at the Ziegfeld Theater in New York City, where hundreds braved the horrendous weather to hear him talk about his decade-long partnership with director Martin Scorsese. The pan...

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    Like A Wolf: Leonardo DiCaprio Turned Down 'Hocus Pocus' To Star In 'What's Eating Gilbert Grape?'

    While "Titanic" is generally understood as the movie that launched Leonardo DiCaprio into the stratosphere, he had to make a few career moves to get there first. "This Boy's Life," "The Basketball Diaries" and "Romeo + Juliet" paved the way, but how would have things gone if he had done "Hocus Pocus...

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    Leonardo DiCaprio: Hollywood Indie, from 'This Boy's Life' to 'Wolf of Wall Street' (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

    Leonardo DiCaprio explains why he's been an independent since he was 15, how 'Titanic' allowed him to be a producer and chart his own course, and how McConaughey and Hill exploded the process on Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf of Wall Street.'

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