'Django Unchained' promises that this Christmas, "Django is off the chain," and so are these five new character posters, highlighting stars Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, and more.
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Sure, we all remember young Leonardo DiCaprio in 'Titanic' and 'Romeo + Juliet,' but before that he earned a living with much smaller parts on TV and one particularly awful horror sequel. In today's Way Back When, we'll introduce you to a younger DiCaprio, back before you were taping posters of him to your walls.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, and Tobey Maguire are three handsome actors with big wallets and ideas to spare, so they're joining forces to produce a drama about animal-trafficking based on an idea from Hardy himself.
The story of Alan Turing is amazing. Seriously. One of the most brilliant and tragic figures of the 20th century, Turing's story is loaded with cinematic potential. It's the kind of role that'll win an actor the Best Actor Oscar and the kind of story that'll nab the Best Picture Oscar. With the right ingredients, it's a surefire great movie. Which is why it's baffling that Leonardo DiCaprio and Warner Bros. are dropping their plans to film 'Imitation Game.'
As we mentioned in this weekend’s Comic Con panel coverage, director Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained’ is already stirring up a great amount of interest. The film follows Django (Jamie Foxx), a slave in the American South living two...
Looks like Quentin Tarantino's upcoming 'Django Unchained' is big enough to get its own own panel inside Comic-Con 2012's Hall H, which previously housed large panels by Disney, Sony and 'The Walking Dead,' to name just a few. Well, when you add names like Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Samuel L. Jackson to Tarantino, it's bound to get some special attention.
'Django Unchained' is already ramping up its marketing campaign despite not hitting theaters until Christmas. Last night during the BET Awards, Quentin Tarantino and The Weinstein Co. debuted an extended :60 TV spot for the film with some new footage (including new looks at Leonardo DiCaprio and Samuel L. Jackson).
F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel 'The Great Gatsby' has been translated onto film and television a number of times. But none of them have the 3D glitz and glamour promised in Baz Luhrmann's upcoming take on the book.
The trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained’ showed us something we haven’t seen before: A sadistic side of Leonardo DiCaprio. Oh, we’ve see DiCaprio unhinged before. Scorsese taps into an animalistic side of the Oscar-nominated actor at regular intervals. (Rent ‘Shutter Island’ or ‘Gangs of New York’ for examples.) But the Leo on display in Tarantino’s film is … different. He’s crazy. And he’s loving it.
First people claimed Nic Cage was a vampire in light of his striking resemblance to a certain Civil War-era gentleman, then a Harvard student saw Sylvester Stallone in a Vatican wall mural, and now it looks like Leonardo DiCaprio is in fact a schoolgirl from the 1960s.