MAGAZINES > TV MEDIA (NOV 15, 2014)
Removed a couple of Elite affiliates whose links were dead and removed 1 fanlisting: This Boy’s life.
Fixed some images that were corrupted or missing. However, we did lose a few. One from Chi Magazine the image was corrupted and only displaying half, Golden Globes 2012 5 were deleted cause I didn’t know what they were. Gossip France and Profil Pro Film were fixed. Two images re-added from the Oscars 2014 and one scan added that Willy had sent us just before the gallery went down was added to Veronica magazine.
So far these sections seem to be complete:
Appearances, Commercials, Fan photos and the Leo section.
I’ll be checking more through out the week and adding more for you very soon.
Added new images from September 4, UN Messenger of Peace, Clinton Global Citizen Awards, and the People’s Climate March in New York. Will be adding much more soon.
The gallery is coming back thanks to some very important people. Giving a shout out to Angela, Cherie and Elli. Thank you guys for helping us keep the site alive.
Images are being added back and members have been added as well so far I am uploading the magazines section, I did the bafta’s and the National Action Network’s Dream Keepers Awards Honoring Ken Sunshine. I am using a temporary layout till I make a new one.
Since I removed the gallery people been asking about it so here’s what happened. Due to the server bill being due and me unable to pay for it. Its been removed. I cannot do it all on my own. We still have time before the server bill is due. If we can make it in the time allowed our bill is due on December 1. If anyone is up to wanting to donate to cover it, you can email me and I will restore everything back to the way it was with more additions to it. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. On an end note, you can join our forum http://simplyleonardodicaprio.com/forum where I put only the most recent pictures where we left off. You can sign up here. If the bill is not covered the gallery won’t be coming back. Thanks to you all for your support.
Martin Scorsese will team up with regular collaborators Leonard DiCaprio and Robert De Niro to make a short film also starring Brad Pitt.
Brett Ratner’s Ratpac Entertainment have been commissioned by Melco-Crown Entertainment to produce the short which will be used as part of a campaign for the global resorts and casino brand.
According to Deadline Scorsese’s short has been scripted by The Wolf of Wall Street writer and Boardwalk Empire creator Terrence Winter.
The film is due to be shown next year in China at the opening of Melco-Crown’s new movie-themed resort in Macau’s Studio City. It will be used to promote the company’s expansion in Asia and globally.
Plot details for the short are under wraps. It will be the first time Scorsese, Di Caprio, De Niro and Pitt have worked together on the same film. De Niro and DiCaprio first worked together on the coming of age tale This Boy’s Life in 1993. Scorsese made gambling themed thriller Casino in 1995 which also starred De Niro
Deadline suggest this could be the perfect warm up for the director’s long gestating Frank Sinatra movie
De Niro is currently filming The Intern with Anne Hathaway while DiCaprio’s next film The Revenant, directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, is in pre-production.
Leonardo DiCaprio has been very busy this year, playing major roles in three movies back to back: Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby and Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf Of Wall Street. It’s not uncommon for the veteran actor to wrap more than one movie in one year, but he admits that this has been a unique situation for him.
“They were all roles I really, really wanted to play,” he tells me when I meet him at the London Hotel in New York. “It’s been 3 movies in a row and usually I like to have a lot more time in between to think about them but it’s given me a lot of newfound sort of energy. It’s interesting because once you get into that mode of just constantly working and constantly focusing it’s like a basketball season; you’re just constantly playing. You have no time to stop or reflect, just go, go, go and it’s amazing. It keeps you in good acting shape,” he laughs, nodding his head.
But this hardship has taken its toll on the 38-year-old actor, who still retains a trace of the boyish look and demeanour that he is known for. Hence, he has cleaned his next year’s slate in order to take time off to reflect on everything in his life and refocus his attention on his environmental causes.
You can read more at: UKScreen