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A whopping 20 years has gone by since Rose left Jack in the icy ocean, but that doesn't mean our hearts haven't gone on thinking about the perfect screen gems and the villain who sought to rip the ill-fated lovers apart... Now, two decades later, the film's trio of actors, comprised of Titanic's leads Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and Billy Zane, have reunited at the glittering Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation St. Tropez Gala in France—and we have to say the meet up was big—epic even—one may say even more massive than an iceberg! Zane took to Instagram to document the fleeting moment. Along with the ice-blue image, the actor wrote, "Gangs back together. Now we're saving »
Titanic‘s love triangle is back together again!
Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and Billy Zane reunited on Wednesday for the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation’s (Ldf) annual charity auction in in St. Tropez, France. The occasion also happens to mark the film’s twentieth anniversary.
“Gangs back together. Now we’re saving icebergs. Go figure,” wrote Zane on Instagram, referencing Ldf’s environmental protection work. (Since 2008, the organization has made more than $80 million in grants to environmental causes.)
The trio famously starred together in the 1997 drama, with Zane playing Cal, the well-off but brutish fiancé of Winslet’s character Rose. Of course, »
- Mike Miller
My good friend who won't return my calls for some reason Leonardo DiCaprio is doing what his other Hollywood pals are doing and worming his way into television.
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- Tim Surette
When super stars celebrities like Leonardo Dicaprio want privacy and a breathtaking view, they head straight for French Polynesian paradise.
Accessible only by private plane, the Brando is a luxury eco hotel and spa located on Tetiaroa, a private atoll made up of twelve islands and situated 30 miles north of Tahiti.
While the 35-villa property is still practically brand new, (the Brando officially opened in 2014) the island was once a favorite destination for Tahitian royalty and legendary actor Marlon Brando.
Brando spent time in Tetiaroa to film Mutiny on the Bounty in 1966. He fell in love with the location and later bought the private island. »
- Emily Strohm
Leonardo DiCaprio is on board to executive produce a new scripted series based on Tom Wolfe's best-selling nonfiction book The Right Stuff, teaming up with National Geographic via his production company, Appian Way Productions.
Wolfe's The Right Stuff tells the story of the U.S. fighter pilots who tested the early aircraft and rockets that would eventually become the foundation of the American space program, »
Leonardo DiCaprio is developing author Tom Wolfe’s “The Right Stuff” with National Geographic, the network announced at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Tuesday. Appian Way Productions inked a scripted development deal, in association with Warner Horizon Scripted Television, to adapt the 1979 book about the Nasa space program. Executive producers include DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson, along with Will Staples (“Shooter”), who is onboard to write. Nat Geo also announced a documentary from executive producer James Cameron to mark the 20th anniversary of “Titanic.” The special will offer an update of what happened to the ship in April »
- Ryan Gajewski
National Geographic is developing a scripted series adaptation of Tom Wolfe’s “The Right Stuff.” Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson are serving as executive producers. Will Staples will write and executive produce.
The project is part of a new scripted development deal at National Geographic with DiCaprio’s Appian Way Productions in association with Warner Horizon Scripted Television.
Based on the 1979 book by Wolfe, “The Right Stuff” tells the story of the U.S. fighter pilots who tested the early aircraft and rockets that became the foundation of the American space program, and of the first Mercury astronauts. The book was adapted into a 1983 feature film.
“Having already had a rich relationship with Leonardo, Jennifer and their production company Appian Way on ‘Before the Flood,’ I’m excited to work with them in a scripted capacity,” said Courteney Monroe, CEO, National Geographic Global Networks. “With ‘The Right Stuff,’ we’re looking at moment in time where the »
- Daniel Holloway
20 years later and we still haven't let go. Prepare for the documentary special of your dreams: National Geographic is teaming up with director James Cameron for a one-hour special that will commemorate the 20th anniversary of Titanic, the network announced on Tuesday. Titanic: 20th Anniversary is set to air in December 2017, and will feature Cameron and a team of experts looking back at 20 years of new discoveries and revelations that have surfaced since the film came out in 1997, going on to win 11 Oscars, gross over one billion dollars worldwide and turn Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet into A-list stars. "When I wrote the film, and when I set out to direct it, I wanted every »
National Geographic is ready to go to the moon with Leonardo DiCaprio.
The cabler is teaming with the actor's Appian Way Productions banner and Warner Horizon Scripted Television to develop a scripted adaptation of Tom Wolfe's best-seller The Right Stuff, with the goal of having a multiple-season drama series.
Will Staples will pen the script and executive produce the project that is set in 1958 and explores astronauts and their families as they move from the Mojave Desert to the edges of space, tracking their instant celebrity and, at some point in subsequent seasons, the moon landing.
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- Lesley Goldberg
Most single-shot sequences, aren’t. What you’d swear are single takes are actually seamless edits — but that doesn’t dilute their mind-bending power. Even better: one-take action sequences like the third-act corker in “Atomic Blonde,” which sees Charlize Theron battling scads of baddies in a longform, long-take sequence designed to look like a single shot.
David Deitch’s film is filled with heart-pounding action scenes (Theron cracked multiple teeth while filming the Cold War-set Berlin spy thriller), but it’s that big final battle that action fans will remember. And while “Atomic Blonde” feels fresh, the sequence takes plenty of cues from single-shots that have come before.
Fans of both Theron and single-shot sequences can get a small taste of the ass-kicking to come in “Atomic Blonde” (for the really curious, the single-shot segment plays out mostly on the stairs, »
- Kate Erbland
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What's news: Bill Clinton is hitting the town to talk A-listers into adapting an upcoming novel for the big screen. Plus: CNN wins a racial bias case, Nat Geo is teaming with Leonardo DiCaprio for a Right Stuff series and Olivia de Havilland is looking to expedite her Feud lawsuit against FX. — Matthew Belloni, Erik Hayden and Jennifer Konerman
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- THR Staff
A chance to break bread with Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet is now a real possibility. A private dinner with the beloved Titanic co-stars is one of the many items being auctioned off at DiCaprio's annual gala event, scheduled for Wednesday, July 26 in St. Tropez, France. The foreseeably star-studded event raises funds for the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, which has allocated more than $80 million in grants to environmental causes since 2010. So what must the winning bidder adhere to before pledging what is expected to be a large sum of cash? For starters, DiCaprio and Winslet's availability is limited to a date sometime in October or November at a New »
As Titanic turns 20, Jack and Rose are reuniting for a good cause – this time on dry land.
The annual event, hosted on July 26 in St. Tropez, France, is offering a lucky bidder the chance to have dinner with the friends and former Titanic costars sometime in October or November at a place of their choosing in New York City.
Proceeds from the gala and auction will support the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, which since 2008 has made »
- Mike Miller
Over the past twenty years, Christopher Nolan has amassed a body of work so impressive that a new film by him is now an event in the cinematic calendar. But it’s not just the great performances or the jaw-dropping set pieces in his films that have won him such acclaim and respect in the industry – it’s his philosophy when it comes to making and marketing movies. In this article, I will suggest some of the reasons why I believe Christopher Nolan is a cut above most other blockbuster directors…
- Amie Cranswick
Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk arrives this weekend and it's arriving to predictably good reviews. His poorest reviewed film on Rotten Tomatoes is Interstellar at 71%. He has four films (including Dunkirk, so far) reviewed in the 90s. As a director, his movies have grossed more than $4 billion, making Nolan one of the most successful filmmakers of all time. His films are master classes in storytelling, and this is all the more impressive when one considers that, for the most part, he's making all of his films about the same thing.
Christopher Nolan is perhaps the purest of storytellers. All of his movies, over and over again, are stories about storytelling itself. Perhaps this arose when he was yet a boy, at an age somewhere between nine and twelve, when he decided that he wanted to make movies professionally. Perhaps this decision at such a young age is the reason that he »
- Brian Jasper
Written and Directed by Luc Besson
A dark force threatens Alpha, a vast metropolis and home to species from a thousand planets. Special operatives Valerian and Laureline must race to identify the marauding menace and safeguard not just Alpha, but the future of the universe.
Assessing a film as all style and no substance in today’s cinematic climate isn’t out of the ordinary, but writer/director Luc Besson’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (also known for the infamously bizarre sci-fi classic The Fifth Element) doubles down on visual grandeur to such a scale that despite how frustratingly flawed and occasionally downright abysmal the storytelling is, the summer blockbuster is one »
- Robert Kojder
Leonardo DiCaprio was spotted out and about in NYC on Saturday sporting an . . . interesting look. It wasn't really about his cargo shorts or baggy t-shirt or baseball cap - we've seen that all before - but what caught our attention was a large purple plastic bag artfully tied around one of Leo's belt loops. Even though the newly single Oscar winner seemed to be pretty busy texting and chatting on his phone while walking down the street, we have to imagine it couldn't have been that hard to carry a bag, too; like, maybe in his hand, or around his wrist? Anyway, here's Leo speaking Italian to the Pope. RelatedLeonardo DiCaprio Is Just a Regular Guy, and Here Is Solid Proof »
- Brittney Stephens
“Dunkirk” is finally upon us after months of anticipation, and it’s clear the long wait has been worth it. IndieWire has named the WWII epic the best movie Christopher Nolan has ever made and a certain Oscar contender in the months ahead. As audiences nationwide get to discover why the film is such a monumental war epic, questions as to who exactly is in the cast are bound to come up.
Unlike Nolan’s recent star-driven efforts like “Inception” and “Interstellar,” “Dunkirk” features an eclectic mix of relative newcomers, Oscar winners and the director’s reliable collaborators. Getting a blend of known and unknown talent was crucial for Nolan, as including too many stars would’ve distracted from the urgent nature of the story. In following mostly fresh faces, Nolan is »
- Zack Sharf
Adapted from Jo Nesbø’s nervy page-turner, The Snowman is best described as a Norweigan crime noir that chronicles one detective’s pursuit of a demented serial killer. Legend has it that The Snowman has haunted Oslo for decades, and after a string of dead bodies begin showing up across town – all with their heads removed, we might add – it’s up to Michael Fassbender’s seasoned detective and a rookie (Rebecca Ferguson) to solve the case before the next snowfall.
Also starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, Val Kilmer, and J.K. Simmons, long before Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In) signed on to direct, The Snowman actually piqued the curiosity of Martin Scorsese, who originally earmarked Leonardo DiCaprio and »
- Michael Briers
Sometimes there are movies which just can't catch a break and you can't help but feel sorry for, and Triple Frontier is certainly one of them. Once set to be helmed by Kathryn Bigelow with actors such as Tom Hanks, Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Will Smith expressing interest, Triple Frontier was intended to be Bigelow's follow-up to The Hurt Locker, but once Zero Dark... Read More »
- Kevin Fraser
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