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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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    Stream Them Now: Watch 22 Oscar-Winning Best Actor Performances Online

    On March 2nd the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will honor the best in film in 2013. Among those being honored are lead actors who gave some of the best performances this year. In honor of this achievement, Indiewire decided to compile a list of films streaming online with lead actors w...

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    Inside the Academy Nominees Luncheon, from Pharrell's Hat to the Applause Meter

    Oscar nominees gathered together at the Academy's annual luncheon at the Beverly Hilton to celebrate their inclusion in an elite and rarified club--and to wish each other well. Who got the most applause as they were called up for the group picture?

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    Stream Them Now: Watch 18 Best Foreign Language Oscar Winners Online

    Foreign films too seldom get the U.S. distribution they deserve. Even those that manage to win the Academy Award for Best Foreign Film are often difficult to find. But for those who are looking forward to the upcoming 2014 Academy Awards, we've compiled a list of foreign films that have achieved not...

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    For Your Consideration: 5 Oscar Categories That Are Still Actually Suspenseful

    In a year where a lot of things already seem quite sewn up, here's 5 categories that are still bonafide races.

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    Oscar Nominees Luncheon Q&A: Blanchett, Bullock, McConaughey, DiCaprio, Cuaron and More UPDATED

    TOH! was set up in the interview room at the Beverly Hilton for the 2014 Oscar Nominees Luncheon. Cate Blanchett, Sandra Bullock, Matthew McConaughey, Leonardo DiCaprio, Lupita Nyong'o, Amy Adams, Jared Leto and Jonah Hill are just a few of the names who paid us a visit over the past hour.

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    Bow Tie Cinemas Fuel Oscar Buzz for 'Wolf of Wall Street' with Scorsese and DiCaprio Retrospective

    The Oscar buzz for "The Wolf of Wall Street" isn't flagging. Joining the slew of tributes and galas surrounding the film, New York's Bow Tie Cinemas Ziegfeld Theater will burnish Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio's awards season luster with a two-day, five-film retrospective running February 13-...

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    Disney's Oscar Nominee 'Frozen' Gets Jazzy at Live Musical Performance (VIDEO)

    Sunday night I attended a special "Frozen" musical performance at Vibrato Grill Jazz club with cast members Kristen Bell (Anna), Idina Menzel (Elsa), Josh Gad (Olaf), and Santino Fontana (Hans) singing the songs of Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez accompanied by a live orchestra conducted by ...

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    More Key Pre-Oscar Wins, Grilling Redford, Oscar Writers and Dern in Santa Barbara

    This pre-awards weekend veered toward the 70s as Robert Redford and Bruce Dern were tributed at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Martin Scorsese was honored by the Art Directors Guild and screenwriter Robert Towne was feted by the USC Scripter Awards.

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    Specialty Box Office: 'Afternoon' Delights New York Audiences While Oscar Contenders Hang In There

    While the "LEGO" movie exploded at the studio box office (to the incredible tune of nearly $70 million), the specialty box office had a comparatively slow weekend: "Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil le Clercq" -- a documentary chronicling the tragic fate of a 1950s NYC Ballet prodigy -- was definitely b...

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