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Official Trailer for The Great Gatsby starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan

Posted on 15 June 2012 by Joey DC

The official trailer for Baz Luhrmann's drama The Great Gatsby starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire and Joel Edgerton has been released and is a screen adaption of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel of the same name.

Synopsis: Nick Carraway (Maguire), a Midwesterner now living on Long Island, finds himself fascinated by the mysterious past and lavish lifestyle of his neighbor, Jay Gatsby (DiCaprio). He is drawn into Gatsby's circle, becoming a witness to obsession and tragedy.


The Great Gatsby is coming to theaters in 3D on December 25, 2012.

Visit the movie's official website here.

I for one am very excited about The Great Gatsby because Leonardo DiCaprio never disappoints and I have always seen him as one of the most talented as well as committed actors in Hollywood.

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Rumor: DiCaprio as villain in Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained?

Posted on 01 June 2011 by Joey DC

Although it is just a rumor at this point and nowhere near an official announcement, I think it is way too intriguing to not share. Former Creative Screenwriting magazine Senior Editor Jeff Goldsmith wrote on his official Twitter yesterday, “Casting Rumor: Leonardo DiCaprio WILL play villian Calvin Candie in Tarantino’s Django Unchained! QT wanted him for I.B. & now has him!” Furthermore, Goldsmith stated that he couldn’t reveal his source since that would suggest an official announcement, but he considered his informant “legit.”

Okay, so what makes this rumor so great? For once, it would be very interesting to watch DiCaprio in the role of a really bad guy as he is known for diving into his characters so much so that they become part of himself for a while. I’d like to see him portray a character so vicious that, as a huge DiCaprio admirer myself, I’d forget my affection towards the actor. Secondly, Quentin Tarantino is everything but an ordinary director/writer, so I believe the both of them could create an unforgettable movie together.

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DiCaprio, Scorsese and The Wolf of Wallstreet

Posted on 18 February 2011 by Joey DC

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio and director Martin Scorsese are reuniting for the 5th time to work on The Wolf of Wallstreet project together.

Based on Jordan Belfort’s memoir, Wolf chronicles the author’s debauched, hard-partying rampage in the world of high finance during the go-go ’90s. Belfort’s law-breaking bender eventually landed him in federal prison. “After almost four years in development, I can’t begin to tell you how thrilled I am to finally be working with Leo and Marty on this,” Belfort said. “They’re the ultimate dream team, and it was definitely worth the wait,” he added.

Source: EW

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J. Edgar Hoover Biopic starts filming on February 5th

Posted on 21 January 2011 by Joey DC

This great filming information comes straight from Leonardo DiCaprio’s official Twitter who tweeted “Start shooting J. Edgar Hoover story on Feb. 5th.

DiCaprio stars as J. Edgar Hoover in the biopic on the FBI director, focusing on his scandalous career and controversial private life as a homosexual and rumored cross dresser.

The project titled J.Edgar is directed by Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood.

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DiCaprio to portray Serial Killer in Devil in the White City

Posted on 02 November 2010 by Joey DC

According to The Wrap, Leonardo DiCaprio “will play Dr. HH Holmes, America’s first serial killer, in the big screen adaptation of Erik Larson’s 2003 non-fiction book ‘The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic and Madness at the Fair That Changed America.’

Holmes is believed to have killed anywhere from 27-200 people in Chicago while the city played host to the World’s Fair of 1893. While local authorities concerned themselves with more pressing matters, Holmes operated The World’s Fair Hotel, a Bates Motel of sorts where the doctor lured young women in order to murder and mutilate them.

This is really exciting and great news, and I would love to see DiCaprio in the role of a villain.

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Ridley Scott and Leo DiCaprio reteaming for The Wolf of Wall Street?

Posted on 08 July 2010 by Joey DC

Deadline states that “the ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ film (based on the memoirs of Jordan Belfort) is being put back together, with Ridley Scott in early discussions to direct Leonardo DiCaprio.

The script, by Terry Winter (the writer/producer of The Sopranos and the upcoming HBO series Boardwalk Empire), was at first planned for Martin Scorcese to direct (with DiCaprio), but Deadline indicates that “he is willing to pass the baton to Scott.

“The Wolf of Wall Street” is funny, dramatic and fast paced, and manages to make something of a sympathetic character out of a stockbroker who supervises a cadre of brokers who squeezed clients to buy stocks that paid off–for the brokers, who used the funds to live extravagantly until they were brought down by the feds.

I’m not surprised that everyone wants to work with the incredibly talented and devoted DiCaprio, who really seems to rule Hollywood for a while now.

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Leonardo DiCaprio confirmed for the role as J. Edgar Hoover

Posted on 18 June 2010 by Joey DC

Deadline says, “Already getting early Oscar buzz for Chris Nolan’s Inception, Leo will be directed in the epic FBI drama by Clint Eastwood who’s producing with Brian Grazer and Rob Lorenz through Imagine and Malpaso.

The script was written by Academy Award winner, Dustin Lance Black, and production will begin later this year.

They couldn’t have chosen a better actor than brilliant and dedicated Leo who gets to work with Clint Eastwood for the first time.

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Theatrical Trailer for Chris Nolan’s Inception

Posted on 09 May 2010 by Joey DC

This trailer officially comes within the Mind Crime viral game located at:

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Shutter Island movie review

Posted on 20 February 2010 by Joey DC


Being female and a huge Leonardo DiCaprio admirer makes it very hard to be objective. Yet I’ll try my best to make this a neutral review that doesn’t involve anything fangirly. I expected nothing less than another intense & outstanding performance by Leo, and his amazing acting abilities exceeded my already very high expectations again. It looks like there is a very special connection between director Martin Scorsese & Leo, because whenever they get together for a movie (it’s their fourth time now), it has to be rated beyond fantastic! Not only are they both extremely passionate about their profession, but also focus on stories/roles that are extra-ordinary. It looks like the words “simple & normal” don’t exist in their vocabulary, which makes every single movie by them worthwhile watching.

I’m not a movie expert nor do I know much about film making itself. I’m just a huge movie geek that wants to share her point of view of “Shutter Island,” and to have the opportunity to praise my favorite actor of all times.

I believe a well-written review can either make you look forward to a movie, or totally destroy your anticipation. Therefore I won’t go into much details when it comes to the story of “Shutter Island,” because everyone’s perception is different. I can say, if you are a fan of action movies then I doubt you’d be much into “Shutter Island.” But if you love being challenged mind wise, I’d certainly recommend it.

The story of “Shutter Island” was very compelling, and pleasantly forced you to use your brain from the beginning to its end. Although I sensed certain things to happen, the longer I watched the more I started to question those predictions. There was even a time when I started to doubt my own common sense as the story line developed. I believe there’s nothing more boring than watching a movie where the whole story is already revealed in the beginning. “Shutter Island” is the exact opposite, and when you think you finally understand it, well you don’t. Prepare yourself for a complex and vivid story, that takes control over your mind, and makes you question your own sanity. I can guarantee you, after you watched the movie, your brain will need some extra time to process everything. It literally blows your mind!

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Shutter Island Official Website Launch

Posted on 06 February 2010 by Joey DC


I received a notification email from Paramount Pictures that the official site for Shutter Island has launched with videos, downloads and more information about the film. You can also read about Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio and the rest of the cast and filmmakers. Click here to visit. Definitely a must for every fan, as you can also get high resolution wallpapers for your computer. Besides, the official website is set up beautifully, so also a must-see for every web designer. Shutter Island hits the movie theaters on February 19, 2010 and I’m quite certain that it is another masterpiece by Martin Scorsese and the incredibly talented actor Leonardo DiCarpio.

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