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Steamy Dicaprio Film Ready For Release

5 July 2000 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Titanic (1997) star Leonardo DiCaprio'S steamy movie Don's Plum (1998) is set for release - despite his efforts to prevent it. The star was successful in banning the film in America and Canada, but earlier this year Dancer in the Dark (2000) director Lars von Trier's Zentropa studio snapped up the rights for the rest of the world. Since then, the story of a young man exploring all kinds of sexuality and human emotion has been re-edited in Denmark. A spokeswoman for the Copenhagen-based studio says, "We are adding the finishing touches to the movie right now and expect it to be complete around August 1 even though there's no opening date set yet." Zentropa is poised to release the sexy flick in cinemas across the world and not straight onto video as some had thought. »

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Leonardo Dicaprio And Tobey Maguire Go To Court

14 April 2000 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Leonardo DiCaprio and his best pal Tobey Maguire are seeking $1. 25 million in damages from Don's Plum (1998) producers after the film's bosses issued them a compliment. The pair asked a Los Angeles court yesterday morning to award them money following a tribute published to the talented young actors in Hollywood's DAILY VARIETY. The row erupted after the unnamed executive producer wrote, "Thanks to Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire for their amicable spirits, gentlemanly behavior and wisdom beyond their years." The Executive Producer claims he was exercising his right to Freedom of Speech was paying Maguire and DiCaprio a compliment. But the Titanic (1997) and Cider House Rules, The (1999) heart-throbs say the piece violated a 1998 confidential settlement agreement. Despite repeated calls to DiCaprio and Maguire's lawyers there is still no word on the outcome of the trial. This isn't the first time the stars have come up against the bosses of the black and white film - they initially sued in 1998 to stop the movie being released, arguing that they never actually agreed to appear in the full length feature film. The film cannot legally be shown in the United States but is expected to debut at the Cannes Film Festival next month. »

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