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    ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Duo Leonardo DiCaprio & Jonah Hill Re-Team For Story Of Falsely Accused ’96 Olympics Bomber

    It felt inevitable. Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio seemed to really hit it off on Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf Of Wall Street.” In countless interviews Hill regaled journos with stories of working with DiCaprio (and how they messed with each other on set physically, especially during drug sequences...

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    Oscars: The Best Underrated Performances Of The 2014 Actor & Actress Nominees

    The trouble with awards season, especially when it comes to actors who often attract nominations, is that there's a risk that it delegitimizes their work if it doesn't get recognized. If Meryl Streep, say, has countless nominations, than there could be a temptation to think of her performances in le...

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    'Great Gatsby' Wins Big at Australian Oscars

    "The Great Gatsby" was the life of the party at the Australian Academy Awards, winning in six of its seven nominated categories, including Best Film, Director and Best Actor (Leonardo DiCaprio). Plus, the show featured a razzle-dazzle closing number that paid tribute to director Baz Luhrmann's "Stri...

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    WATCH: Jonah Hill Hosts A Fantastic SNL with Surprise from Leonardo DiCaprio

    Jonah Hill hosted Saturday Night Live this week and stands as one of the best hosts of the season so far--though the best moment of the evening was a surprise visit from Leonardo DiCaprio during Hill's monologue.

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    Watch: Jonah Hill's Spoof Of Spike Jonze's 'Her' From 'Saturday Night Live'

    The spoofs keeping rolling in for "Her," with the man/machine romance sparking some fun takes on the movie. So far, we've seen what Samantha sounds like as voiced by Philip Seymour Hoffman, as well as watched the parody sequel, "Him." Now comes yet another riff on the movie entitled, "Me."

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    The Best of Jonah Hill's SNL: DiCaprio Revisits 'Titanic,' And a 'Her' Parody

    It was a pretty safe guess that there would be some Wolf of Wall Street reference during Jonah Hill's stint as SNL host, but the opening monologue turned out to be better than any sketch.

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    Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, Crazy-Good Golden Globes Hosts (Video)

    Totally fun and totally (allegedly) drunk, the Golden Globes show rose to the crazy-high comic level of its hosts, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. It was loose and as slyly fun as the opening monologue, which at first seemed a bit tame -- until you noticed the edgy lines the hosts slipped in.

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    Golden Globes Offer the Expected and Unexpected: Who Gets a Boost Heading for Oscars?

    The Golden Globes -- voted by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association -- do not reflect the direction of the Oscar race. But they can give valuable momentum for the winners who get nominated this Thursday. The full list of winners, and analysis, is here.

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    Watch: All 522 F-Bombs From 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' In 4-Minutes Plus New Red Band Clip

    Of the many illustrious accomplishments achieved by Martin Scorsese's ode to doing very bad things, "The Wolf of Wall Street," one of them is breaking the record for the number of times "fuck" is uttered in a feature film. The movie manages to rack up 522 f-bombs across 180 minutes, obliterating the...

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    Leonardo DiCaprio & Jonah Hill Producing TV Series Based On Q-Tip's Hip-Hop Career

    It looks like that party hasn't stopped for Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill following "The Wolf of Wall Street." The pair have clearly hit it off, and while we'll wait to see if they team up on the big screen again, for now they are working together on a TV project that's inspired by one of the mos...

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