Showing posts with label LEONARDO DICAPRIO. Show all posts
Showing posts with label LEONARDO DICAPRIO. Show all posts

Thursday, January 07, 2016


Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio at 'The Revenant' New York City Premiere last night in New York City.

Saturday, March 01, 2014


Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio
the most desirable from the Oscars 2014

Leonardo DiCaprio

Just in time for the 2014 Oscars, leading infidelity website Victoria Milan has released survey results concerned which 4,000 of its members would choose for their dream affair. Both female and male members participated in this vote to decide who would win in the Hottest Actor and Hottest Actress categories.

Cheating females on Victoria Milan chose four-time nominee Leonardo DiCaprio as their top choice for a love affair with 27% of the votes. This time nominated for The Wolf of Wall Street, DiCaprio has been a favourite of the cheating housewife since Titanic. Men frequenting VM overwhelmingly chose the fresh and beautiful 23 year-old Jennifer Lawrence, nominated for her role in American Hustle. Perhaps her tough girl debut set against her feminine beauty is what does it for cheating men; whatever it is, she received a staggering 48% of the votes.

In second place unfaithful women chose British Oscar veteran Cristian Bale, nominated for American Hustle, with 20% of the votes; third place with 19% of the vote was won by Matthew McConaughey, nominated for his role as an AIDS patient in Dallas Buyers Club.

Although Jennifer Lawrence left her competition in the dust for this vote, 15% of cheating men chose Julia Roberts, nominated for her role in August: Osage County. Amy Adams, nominated for her sexy role in American Hustle, followed in third place with 12% of the male vote.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014



Rebecca Wang

Bradley Cooper

Prince William

Tom Hanks And Rita Wilson

Uma Thurman

Helen Mirren

Cate Blanchett


Leonardo DiCaprio
Rebecca Wang joined the stars, to attend the 67th Annual BAFTA Film Awards Ceremony in London. The event, hosted by Stephen Fry, gathered together some of the most eminent filmmakers, directors, screen writers and actors in the industry today. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts, an independent organization and charity, held their 67th annual UK film awards ceremony on at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, where HRH Prince William was in attendance, both in his role as President of the organisation, and also to present a BAFTA Fellowship Award to Helen Mirren. As a member of the Academy Circle, Rebecca Wang joined numerous stars, artists and supporters who were in attendance, including Steve McQueen, Dame Judi Dench, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Leonardo DiCaprio, Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Tom Hanks, Uma Thurman and Martin Scorcese.

The evening began glamorously on the red carpet at the Royal Opera House at 5pm. Champagne Taittinger was served before the award ceremony began at 6:15 pm, and then the honoured award recipients were announced for each category. After the ceremony, transport was provided to the Great Room at Grosvenor House Hotel for the official awards dinner, followed by the after party in the Grosvenor House Ballroom.

The event was broadcasted internationally, and red carpet highlights, ceremony clips, and exclusive backstage interviews were made available on the film awards page of BAFTA's YouTube channel.

Commenting about the experience Rebecca Wang said, "It was an honour to be in the company of so many amazingly talented artists. I want to congratulate each of the award nominees and recipients. The Academy had some tough decisions to make this year."

It was a successful night for the cinema industry in the UK. Steve McQueen's Twelve Years a Slave won Best Film, and Chiwetel Ejiofur, who played the lead part, took the Leading Actor award. Twelve times nominated Gravity garnered six awards overall, including Best Director for Alfonso Cuaron. American Hustle saw two awards: Best Original Screenplay, and also Jennifer Lawrence's Best Supporting Actress. Newcomer Somali-American actor Barkhad Abdi won Best Supporting Actor for his debut role in Captain Phillips, and Cate Blanchett triumphed as Leading Actress for her stunning performance in Blue Jasmine.

About The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA)

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is an independent organization, and the leading charity in the UK that supports, promotes and develops the art forms of the moving image.

BAFTA contributes greatly to support youngsters from all backgrounds, and to help them develop a future career in the film, television and game industries. The recent launch of their Give Something Back Campaign, by BAFTA President HRH Prince William, calls on members, award winners and industry organizations to contribute towards charitable activities, both in the UK and the US.

Rebecca Wang is an avid supporter of BAFTA and the causes that the organization represents. She said:

"It is so very gratifying for me to be able to support BAFTA's marvellous initiative, the Give Something Back campaign, which Prince William launched in November. It provides a golden opportunity to help foster and develop the budding talent of many gifted British youngsters, and at the same time it will ensure and expand the future of creative visual arts in the UK."

About Rebecca Wang

Rebecca Wang is an entrepreneur, executive film producer and former psychotherapist who is passionate about all forms of artistic expression. She is also keen in her desire to bring effective support to projects focusing on health and humanitarian issues. Rebecca graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology, and practiced as a psychotherapist at various leading institutions. In 2011, Rebecca made her Hollywood debut as an executive producer and had the opportunity to work with A-list professionals from the film industry for her project. 

Photos Courtesy Of: Rebecca Wang Entertainment

Thursday, December 19, 2013



Jonah Hill And Leonardo DiCaprio

Cristin Milioti

Manu Bennett

Kenneth Choi

Martin Scorsese

Christine Ebersole

Jake Hoffman

Jamie Chung

Nicola Peltz

Margot Robbie

MacKenzie Meehan

Matthew McConaughey

Camila Alves

Katarina Cas

'The Wolf Of Wall Street' premiere, brought out the stars at the famed Ziegfeld Theater in New York City the other night.

Thursday, April 25, 2013



Leonardo DiCaprio

“I lived in every capital of Europe, collecting jewels, hunting big game, and painting a little,” Leonardo DiCaprio smoothly says as Jay Gatsby in the new film sensation The Great Gatsby-out May 10th. The same sentiment of grandeur can be said for Leonardo DiCaprio’s own life.

In a changing world filled with one-hit actors and fleeting overnight celebrities, DiCaprio has remained on top as a Hollywood star in every sense of the word for the last fifteen years.

In 1998, when Titanic was christened the top grossing film of all time, there wasn’t a newsstand that didn’t feature his photograph on a magazine cover. Thanks to DiCaprio’s star making role in Titanic, Hollywood had found a new cinematic sensation.

Ever since his performance in Titanic, everything Leonardo touches turns to “gold,” and fortunately for him, he has never been shy to make edgy film choices. With his recent back-to-back trio of critically acclaimed hit films—Inception, J. Edgar, and Django Unchained—and now the seasons highly anticipated The Great Gatsby (with The Wolf of Wall Street waiting in the wings), Leonardo is officially acknowledged as being a true “movie idol.”

With this lavishly illustrated Event Bookazines, New York Times best-selling DiCaprio biographer Mark Bego pens the ultimate publication leading you on the epic journey that has been the life of one of Hollywood’s most shining stars. This is a read for fans and enthusiasts alike. This is “Leonardo DiCaprio”

Tuesday, April 16, 2013



Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio is the cover subject of the May issue of Esquire, on stands April 23rd. In the interview, he opens up about having thought of himself as the underdog at the start of his career, navigating his success, and his single status.

“I always thought of myself as the underdog, because I didn’t have nice enough clothes or maybe my hair didn’t look good. And so you have to understand – getting your foot in the door is like winning the lottery. It’s literally like winning the lottery if you get to have a career. And I’ve always felt, Okay, now I’ve gotten this shot, and I’m lucky to have gotten this shot, and if I don’t do this to the best of my ability – if I don’t work my ass off and make a life of it – I’ve squandered this incredibly golden opportunity. And that’s always been what has propelled me.”

On navigating his early success, “I really didn’t understand what fame was and I didn’t understand what being in a giant hit was and I didn’t understand what a giant hit Titanic was compared to other giant hits. There was no rule book. There was nobody to navigate me through the experience of being watched all the time and nobody to tell me how to be normal when everybody is acting and looking at me differently.”

On relationships, “Six months of being on location or being off in Morocco or someplace like that is not the best thing for a relationship.”

Wednesday, April 03, 2013



Story By: G. H. Harding

Leonardo DiCaprio

LEO’S RIDE --- “I lived in every capital of Europe, collecting jewels, hunting big game, and painting a little,” Leonardo DiCaprio smoothly says as Jay Gatsby in the forthcoming film sensation The Great Gatsby. The same sentiment of grandeur can be said for Leonardo DiCaprio’s own life. In a changing world filled with one-hit actors and fleeting overnight celebrities, DiCaprio has remained on top as a Hollywood star in every sense of the word for the last fifteen years. In 1998, when Titanic was christened the top grossing film of all time, there wasn't a newsstand that didn't feature his photograph on a magazine cover. Thanks to DiCaprio’s star making role in Titanic, Hollywood had found a new cinematic sensation. Ever since his performance in Titanic, everything Leo touches turns to “gold,” and fortunately for him, he has never been afraid to make edgy film choices. With his recent back-to-back trio of critically acclaimed hit films —Inception, J. Edgar, and Django Unchained—and now the spring 2013 season’s highly anticipated The Great Gatsby, Leonardo is officially acknowledged as being a true “movie idol.”

New pub-firm, Event Bookazines has teamed with New York Times best selling DiCaprio biographer Mark Bego to produce the ultimate publication on the epic journey that has been the life of one of Hollywood’s most shining stars. This is a read for fans and enthusiasts alike. At the end of the month, watch for Leonardo DiCaprio: Movie Idol. We've seen it … pure Leo gold!

STEPHEN STILLS --- I was in college (1971) when I went to see a sold-out show by Stephen Stills at Madison Square Garden. The hall was packed (22,000) and Stills, believe it or not, opened the show by himself, surrounded by a battery of guitars. I don’t know whether it was drink, drugs, or some other reason, but he was erratic, he wasn’t signing totally on key, yet … I couldn’t take my eyes off him. Nor could the audience. An amazing performer in almost every sense; his music, from his days with Buffalo Springfield, to his many incarnations with mates Crosby, Stills and Nash (and, sometimes Young), and perhaps his most creative period with his group Manassas . Rhino Records has just released a 4-CD compilation on his career entitled Carry On. It is a dizzying ride, with almost everything he has released, included here (songs with Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton). There’s a 113-page booklet jammed full of notes and details. There’s no denying his talent here; his songs “Dark Star,” “Fishes And Scorpions,” “To A Flame,” “It Doesn’t Matter,” “Colorado,” and “Change Partners” just brimming with originality. It’s amazing he does so many things so well. It also harks back to a time when artists actually rote their own material, as well as performed it. A great ride.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012



 Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Connolly, Kellan Lutz, Lindsay Lohan, Lukas Haas, and Jenny McCarthy were among the celebrities partying to the sounds of DJ Politik at Bootsy Bellows in West Hollywood. Leo, Kevin, and Lukas were hanging together and David Arquette was entertaining the crowd and performing with a marionette and dancing alongside a life-size dancing champagne bottle.

Saturday, June 16, 2012


 Leonardo DiCaprio Wax Figure

Environmentally friendly Leonardo DiCaprio wax figure unveiled at Madame Tussauds at The Venetian in Las Vegas, Nevada the other day.

 The production process for the new figure took place exclusively by hand and daylight, with the head created from natural clay and beeswax materials containing organic pigment and all design materials used in the creation of the figure were recycled upon completion. Additionally, the team that created the figure made an active effort to use environmentally friendly forms of transportation such as cycling and public transportation to get to and from the studio.

Friday, November 04, 2011


Lea Thompson

Jeffrey Donovan

Naomi Watts With Liev Schreiber

Ed Westwick

Brian Grazer

Armie Hammer With Elizabeth Chambers

Dustin Lance Black

Francesca Fisher-Eastwood

Alison Eastwood

Jennifer Love Hewitt With Jarod Einsohn

Clint Eastwood

Damon Herriman

Hilary Swank

Dermot Mulroney

Colton Haynes

Josh Lucas

Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio along with Dermot Mulroney, Clint Eastwood, Hilary Swank, Damon Herriman, Colton Haynes, Dustin Lance Black, Ed Westwick, Josh Lucas and others, attended The World Premiere of 'J. Edgar' at the Opening Night of the AFI Film Festival held at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Los Angeles, California.

Photos By: RD / Orchon / Retna Digital

Tuesday, October 04, 2011


Leonardo DiCaprio

IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) today announced that actor and activist Leonardo DiCaprio will lead its Animal Action campaign to save elephants and shut down the cruel international ivory trade. The campaign launched this week as part of an annual international education program that reaches seven million teachers, students and their families in more than 15 countries worldwide.

DiCaprio serves as the global ambassador for the program, which highlights a different animal and conservation theme each year. This year’s theme is “Elephants, Never Forget,” and focuses on the crisis that elephants face 20 years after the international ivory trade ban was put in place.

While elephant populations started to recover following the ban, lax poaching oversight over the past several years has led to the prospect of extinction for the species in several African countries.

Over the course of the year, IFAW will collect one million signatures urging governments to oppose any further international trade in ivory and step up efforts to combat poaching.

“The ivory trade fuels conflict and strife,” said DiCaprio. “Elephants are killed by poachers so their tusks can be traded for weapons and drugs by international criminal organizations before becoming trinkets and jewelry for consumers. Authorities in 85 countries have seized almost 400 tons of ivory on the black market since the 1989 ivory trade ban.”

Poaching by international syndicates may be more intense now than ever before. In the past century, the number of elephants in the wild has declined by a staggering 50 percent.

Yet, recent public polling shows that many don’t understand the deathly implications of elephant poaching. The poll, conducted by TNS on behalf of IFAW, found that 31 percent of people in the UK, 27 percent in Germany, 23 percent in the U.S. and 38 percent in Australia think that an elephant doesn’t have to die for its tusks to be removed. And in China, the world’s largest market for illegal ivory, 70 percent of consumers were unaware that elephants are killed for their ivory, according to a 2007 IFAW study.

“Many people around the world still have no idea that elephants are killed for their ivory tusks, and that’s why public education is so important,” DiCaprio added. “There were 1.3 million elephants in 1979; rampant poaching and other factors have reduced that by more than half, to an estimated 500,000.”

“We are honored to have Leonardo’s support for our Animal Action campaign to stem the ivory trade,” said IFAW President and CEO Fred O’Regan. “With his help, we hope to create a groundswell for elephant protection that can’t be ignored.”

The Animal Action program provides free education packs, films, advocacy activities and special events that celebrate elephants, introduce young people to the threats they face and empower them to take action.

About IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare)

Founded in 1969, IFAW saves animals in crisis around the world. With projects in more than 40 countries, IFAW rescues individual animals, works to prevent cruelty to animals, and advocates for the protection of wildlife and habitats.

Photo By: RD/Retna

Thursday, February 18, 2010


Leonardo DiCaprio

Sexy star Leonardo DiCaprio says he understands the struggle some Hollywood legends face when their careers start to go down hill, and is insisting it is very easy for stars to become detached from reality. Leonardo became one of Hollywood's hottest leading men after starring in James Cameron's record breaking "Titanic," and has proved to be a hit at the box office ever since. But DiCaprio doesn't take his popularity for granted, insisting he can see how stars become "nuts" after falling for their own hype. He tells "Access Hollywood," "Just because you've done a good performance once, doesn't mean you're always going to be good. That's why some of the greatest actors in the world have gone a little bit nuts. They're saying to themselves, 'What happened? You used to love me?' "It's an easy trap to fall into. You just have to realize that when you're hot, you're hot, and when you're not, you're not."
Photo By: Sara De Boer/Retna

Friday, February 12, 2010


River Phoenix

Superstar Leonardo Dicaprio is regretting not introducing himself to River Phoenix at a Halloween party, because hours later, Phoenix lost his life outside a Los Angeles California nightclub. DiCaprio was at the beginning of his Hollywood career when he spied his longtime hero Phoenix was at a party on Halloween night. The up and coming star, who was 18 at the time, was desperate to corner his idol for a chat but didn’t have time to approach Phoenix before he left the bash. And DiCaprio will always remember the missed opportunity, because 23-year-old Phoenix collapsed and died from a drug overdose outside the Viper Room a few hours later. He tells Esquire magazine, "When I was eighteen, River Phoenix was far and away my hero. Think of all those early great performances - My Own Private Idaho, Stand by Me. I always wanted to meet him. One night, I was at this Halloween party, and he passed me. He was beyond pale - he looked white. Before I got a chance to say hello, he was gone, driving off to the Viper Room, where he fell over and died.

Editors Note: I met River Phoenix at Gay night at the Limelight nightclub. He was not so nice. He was with friends and they were all wasted to the hill. I asked for his photo and he was so nasty and he gave me some wild drugged out photo with his hands like claws. Was yelling "Is this what you want." He and his friends then went into the gay sex backroom, behind the VIP area. Those were the days when anything went in New York City. Over the years, I kept misplacing the pic, it was like bad karma. It is once again missing. So Leonardo, since you were beginning your career, and if you were introduced to River, he either would have been nasty or thought you were cute and been super nice.
Photos By: Walter McBride/Sara De Boer/Retna