Although it sounds like the lineup for a new blockbuster movie, Martin Scorsese is directing Robert De Niro, Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio in a corporate short film to promote a new resort in Macau, a Special Administrative Region of China.
A U.K. consumer website called FreeDeliveryLand released a poll this week that purports to name the Most Heartbreaking Movie of all-time. The winner is the 1997 version of 'Titanic' starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio
A longtime fan of the timeless, tragic tale about unfilled love and excess, the box office star was energized to take on the challenging lead role in 'The Great Gatsby' (now on Blu-ray/DVD). For DiCaprio, it was a chance to re-interpret a literary icon.
Leonardo DiCaprio and 37-year-old Russian Vasily Kylukin, who bid $1.5 million at the 20th amfAR auction to sit next to DiCaprio in space, will board Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic space flight to promote AIDS research.
To commemorate its ninth decade as one of the most prolific film studios – and with Oscar night looming – Warner Bros has released 20 Best Pictures Collection on DVD. Leonardo DiCaprio, Swank and Wood offer up their Best Picture memories.
Clint Eastwood directs Leonardo DiCaprio in 'J Edgar,' a stunning & brilliant biopic about one of the most infamous and powerful political American icons of 20th century Washington, D.C., the head of the FBI, J. Edgar Hoover.
Leonardo DiCaprio portrays another important American historical figure from the first half of the 20th century. This time, the Academy Award nominee takes on the role of former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover in "J. Edgar."
The Hollywood star was among 193 passengers and 11 crew members on the Delta Air Lines 767 flight to Moscow, Russia, when one of the aircraft engines shut down, forcing the plane to return to JFK International Airport in New York City.
What big eyes you have Grandma. No, it isn't your grandmother's "Little Red Riding Hood." The innocent little hooded one is all grown up now and looking for adventure in a new film set for a 2011 release.
This video narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio is bound to be as controversial as Al Gore's video. The comments on YouTube alone, all 205 of them, already establish that the sides are lining up to praise or blast this video.