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First Vacation, Then Go Do Your Banking


We found some! It’s not an illusion, it’s not going to disappear if you rub your eyes too hard in disbelief–we have news!

First: has the new Django cover of Premiere. Also some plot information we already possess, but hey. Hunting over the Premiere website does not held this little gem, but here you go.

Second, and currently, everywhere: DiCaprio and Rob Pattinson may or may not be going on vacation together. Just google it for how many blurbs there are to choose from, but this one has the prettiest photo. Also, the random information that Appian Way is producing a Ben Affleck movie, Runner Runner, confirmed by In case you’re bored, some sites are even speculating on what the two will discuss.

More interesting? Dicaprio and Jonah Hill in New York on Tuesday on a secret on a mission for Wolf of Wall Street: researching…banking. Cannot say I am jealous of that, but if it means Scorsese is getting ready to start work, I’m all for it. A likely story, you say. Here’s proof, I say. According to business, they’ve read the script. They produce highlights here–foul language warning.

As for Gatsby, the New York Daily News has this tidbit on Amitabh Bachchan. Bachchan stars as Wolfsheim, and discusses why he did the role gratis.

That’s all for now folks! Have a great weekend!

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San Diego Comic Con

I apologize for my absence, I’ve been working on one of my other sites with six other people and it was a very big project to put together. But thanks to Shadi for keeping me up to date. I know I haven’t been much in the Leo World. But I have tried to keep up to date with some of it.

Here’s the latest news:

Tarantino’s Django Unchained: Jamie Foxx Says Leonardo DiCaprio Delivers ‘Amazing’ Performance

Jamie Foxx Gushes Over Leonardo DiCaprio: “He’s an Avenger!”

Comic-Con 2012: Notes From The DJANGO UNCHAINED Roundtable


DJANGO UNCHAINED – Comic-con panel

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Eyeshadow, Raspberry Puree, and a Fanny Pack: The Summer between Films

News has been sparse to say the least.

More recently? Gatsby inspired a makeup line by Boots, the UK cosmetic line. The New York Daily News covers it here, but actual photos of the product are here, if anyone is in the market for eyeshadow between October and March.

Need to brush up on Gatsby film history before the movie hits? We have a link for that too courtesy of The San Diego Reader–although it’s not pro-Luhrmann by a long shot. Beyond this, everyone is stalling for time until the fall.

What about Django, you say? Well, Tarantino was at Comic Con with Django…okay, PART of Django, according to this site. Sadly, it seems Tarantino forgot to bring the clips with DiCaprio. Vanity Fair interviewed Jamie Foxx about the movie, and yes, he did remember to mention DiCaprio…but waxed more poetic about his horse, Cheetah.

I’m not joking. I wish I was. Did anyone attend Comic Con this year?

Because Leo did not. What was he doing? Eating out with Tobey Maguire at Cut, Las Vegas. People magazine states this included steak and a Raspberry Velvet cocktail with Grey Goose, which is made with raspberry puree and rosemary according the restaurant’s website. (Mr. DiCaprio, anytime you want to invite the staff here out for those, let us know; it’s been a warm summer.)

Other websites were less impressed with the details, sniffily commenting that Maguire is vegan and that DiCaprio’s manners may be in question when dining on steak in his friend’s presence. As it seems downright silly to insert ourselves into that fascinating little sidebar conversation of “hey, do you care if I eat what I want?” between two grown men who have known each other for years, we’re going to breeze past that. I’m guessing that if Mr. Maguire feels comfortable enough to let DiCaprio walk around town hand in hand with his toddler daughter, he’s probably already made peace with his friend’s life decisions.

In a further attempt to improve the world of journalism, Glamour magazine offered an opinion on Leo’s vacation fanny pack. Please bear in mind that the same page has a link to the hard hitting article, “The Dos and Don’ts of Frozen Yogurt.”

And sadly, that was the better article.

Have a great week everyone, and hopefully we’ve got more next week!



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And Then There Was…Um, Minor News

It seems we have a momentary lull in news. DiCaprio was in New York on Tuesday to see “Once” (eight time Tony winner, the articles are careful to point out, lest anyone think an artist attends questionable theatre), and the press is taking a breather between freaking out over Gatsby costumes and Jaimie Foxx’s “the ‘d’ is silent.”

This leaves us in a rather awkward lull as well.

But never fear, the update is here!

With approximately thirty seconds more of Calvin smirking, but hey, we take what we can get on a Thursday night, right?

So embrace the spaghetti Western tonight, and relish the few extra moments the international Django trailer affords us.

It’s what we’ve got, folks.

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An Assortment of Flick News

Hello fans!

Today, a mash-up with a little something for everyone.

*Entertainment Weekly muses on: The 12 Weirdest Details from Tarantino’s Latest (and finally, someone questioned the coconut!)

*MTV volleys with ‘Five Secrets from the Trailer’

*Women’s Wear Daily delivers a First Look at Brooks Brothers’ ‘Gatsby’ Fashion and…New York Magazine decides to chime in.

*For the bookworms, Scribner Illuminates ‘The Great Gatsby’

*The Examiner and The Daily Telegraph (via The Herald Sun) report on alleged on-set conflicts between Luhrman and DiCaprio–with some new minor behind-the-scenes footage from the Telegraph



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Django (And Its Proper Pronunciation) Loosed

Okay, so it leaked early on the web (uh, thanks, Perez Hilton?), but ET has aired the Django teaser trailer so now we can post it here.

Free of the overlapping host, the youtube version:

Anyone wanting to watch it on ET proper can see it here:

Django on ET

Django on E!Online

The MTV breakdown

After Cannes, Total Film Declares “DiCaprio Is Going Bad to the Bone” in Django

The trailer also promises that Facebook users who “like” the film will be rewarded with exclusive material, although none of it seems to be active yet.

The publicity race is on for the winter of DiCaprio films…are you rooting for Gatsby, Django, or both?