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Leonardo Wilhelm DiCaprio was born in Los Angeles, CA. He's been known mostly for his role as Jack Dawson in Titanic and has been in lots of other project along with his former co-star Kate Winslet in which they reunited in Revolutionary Road. His next movie will feature him as Hugh Glass in The Revenant.
Shot deep in the Canadian tundra by Oscar-winning cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki (who did things the hard way, utilizing only natural light for the production), footage from The Revenant played out with nary a word of dialogue and didn’t so much lay out the film’s plotline as scene-set its action within a specific milieu. DiCaprio is some kind of old timey mountain man with long, lank hair, a wardrobe of funky furs and leather pelts who’s handy with a musket in a gunfight. The audience was treated to scenes of DiCaprio fording frozen streams, doing hand-to-hand combat with fellow buckskin wearing frontiersmen and shooting at people from horseback. It played as both profound and populist: a kind of prestige popcorn movie with the potential to appeal at both the art house and the multiplex.
Intofilm wanted us to show you a video about why Titanic is the Ultimate Film. So they asked one of their reporters to create a video about her favourite film – Titanic. It’s a compelling argument as to why it’s the ‘Ultimate Film’! So see it down below and comment if you feel the same about it.
I’ve been out for the last two weeks as you might of seen the message i left on our facebook page. I have some pics I never added so I will be sure to add those very soon. My apologies and thanks to everyone that helped on the fundraiser. To the ones that helped it is appreciated.
Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio is known to be an avid art collector, and is regularly seen attending major art fairs throughout the US (see From Hollywood to the Art World, the New Celebrity Collectors). However, according to the Creators Project, rather than gracing the booths at New York’s fairs last week, DiCaprio has spotted his latest acquisition on Instagram and called the gallery to secure the piece.
The Copenhagen-based Gallery Poulsen posted an installation shot of their booth at New York’s PULSE art fair. A sci-fi inspired work, Nachlass (2015), by the Brooklyn artist Jean-Pierre Roy evidently caught the actor’s eye. A gallery employee reportedly confirmed the sale: “Leonardo spotted it on Instagram and bought it over the phone.”
The representative told the Creators Project that the piece was “a speculative work set in a beautiful landscape.”
According to the artist, his work is “often associated with science fiction and the post-apocalyptic.” Expounding on his practice, he added, “Previous work often focused on sublime optical phenomena and massive cataclysmic events as they present situations where the viewer is placed into a moment, where the natural world has reorganized itself into a beautiful, terrifying, and unfamiliar system of forces.”
DiCaprio’s growing collection is said to include artworks ranging from Oscar Murillo to Salvador Dalí.
There’s no shortage of beautiful Palm Springs homes one can rent for a weekend in the desert — but, trust us, this one deserves special attention. Curbed L.A. reports that for the hefty price tag of $4,500 per night you can stay in Leonardo DiCaprio’s sprawling desert compound. (Note: They’ve used the word compound instead of home , which you’ll understand when you click through our slideshow.)
Yes, the nightly rate is a little steep, but the house doesn’t disappoint. First, a little history: It was built in 1964 by famed modern architect Donald Wexler for Hollywood legend actress/singer Dinah Shore. The 7,022-square-foot property has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a pool, tennis courts, a guest house, and daily housekeeping.
We know what you’re thinking: Why is Leo renting his house? Apparently, DiCaprio purchased the home last year for a reported $5.2 million, but he’s been too busy to use it. His loss is our gain, if only for a little viewing pleasure.
The Wolf of Wall Street (2014) as Jordan Belfort
Based on the true story of Jordan Belfort, from his rise to a wealthy stock-broker living the high life to his fall involving crime, corruption and the federal government.
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