The stretch of coast made famous in Danny Boyle's movie The Beach is to be closed indefinitely, following years of environmental damage from tourists.
Accents are easy, right? YouTube a couple of vids, do two weeks of vocal training, then hope you get within 100 miles of the right country.
Leonardo DiCaprio has shared the first look at his new film with Quentin Tarantino via his official Instagram account
The latest casting announcement for Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time In Hollywood appears to have been the last straw for some movie fans.
Just when you thought Quentin Tarantino's new movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood couldn't cope with another A-lister, the director has now thrown Al Pacino into the mix.
Damian Lewis, Luke Perry, Emile Hirsch, and Dakota Fanning will join the already A-list laden cast, which will tell the story of the Sharon Tate murders at the hands of Charles Manson.
Leonardo DiCaprio visited some extraordinary places to make his climate change documentary Before the Flood, including the last remaining forest on Earth where elephants, rhinos, tigers, and orangutans live together in the wild. In this exclusive clip for Yahoo Movies, DiCaprio gets a tour of the Leuser Ecosystem in Indonesia, where he gets up close and personal with elephants and orangutans. The adorable apes are being rescued and rehabilitated by a nonprofit called PanEco, since their homes have been decimated by the local palm oil industry. ...
Leonardo DiCaprio’s eco-charity the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, has been linked to donations from a Malaysian playboy embroiled in a vast money-laundering scam, it has emerged. Millions of dollars in donations are said to have been made to the foundation by businessman Jho Low, who is among those at the centre of a scandal involving the embezzlement of $3 billion from a Malaysian wealth fund called 1MDB. It’s said that 35-year-old Low, a friend of DiCaprio, used some of the stolen money from the fund at lavish LDF galas thrown by the star, like one in St. Tropez in July, which saw guests flown in via helicopter.
Women get a lot of flack for spending countless hours in front of the mirror but the truth is, it’s got nothing to do with sex. Click through the gallery above to see 10 of the most well-groomed men in Hollywood who easily compete for time in the bathroom. Did we miss someone? Let us know by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
After it emerged that Oscar-winner Leonardo DiCaprio had a doppelganger, he’s now made his very own acting debut in a bizarre advert for Russian television. The ad that last just under a minute, is a strange but sort of wonderful tribute to the Hollywood actor, as we see lookalike Roman Burtsev, a 33-year-old security guard, assume a role that, without making direct reference to the ‘The Revenant’ star, gives us the clear indication that we’re seeing a version Leo.
More than ever before brides and grooms want to know that their rings are ethically sourced. To help you shop with a clear conscience, here’s our breakdown on the five biggest wedding ring trends and where you can shop them ethically.
As well as pretending to be 007 in an episode of ‘The Saint’, Moore actually starred as the spy in a March 1964 episode of BBC show ‘Mainly Millicent’. In the sketch, he goes for lunch with a Russian agent played by the show’s star Millicent Martin and punches a waiter. Luckily for him, Cubby Broccoli still thought he was the perfect man for the big-screen job.
It appears that the actor’s accolade has drawn fans to all kinds of DiCaprio-based ephemera, including the spinning tops he uses as a 'totem’ in the Christopher Nolan movie 'Inception’. Burton-On-Trent-based designer Will Cutler has seen an unprecedented surge in orders for his Vorso MK1 top, according to The Independent.
When the duo were at the Golden Globes for ‘Titanic’ in 1998 they were asked if they came as a couple. Leo knows Kate so well her kids apparently call him “Uncle Leo”. The scene was for ‘Revolutionary Road’, when Winslet was married to director Sam Mendes.
Anyone familiar with Tom Hardy’s now-defunct MySpace page will know the ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ is a big fan of selfies. It looks like the British star may have surpassed his own incredible self-portrait standards, taking what looks like the greatest selfie of all time at the 2016 Oscars.
Leonardo DiCaprio can shake off that image of the perennial Oscar-loser as he’s finally gone and won one, picking up Best Actor for ‘The Revenant’ at the 2016 Oscars. DiCaprio thanked his fellow actors in his emotional acceptance speech, paying tribute to his co-star Tom Hardy and using the platform to call for action on climate change for the sake of “our children’s children” as his proud mother watched on from the auditorium. Tom, your fierce talent on screen can only be surpassed by your friendship off screen.
It goes without saying that we’re taken with the Oscars, but, until now, we hadn’t realized how taken the Oscars were with men being taken.
EAs Peter O'Toole said when he received an honorary Oscar after eight unsuccessful nominations in the competitive categories, “Always a bridesmaid, never a bride, my foot.” O'Toole is the most-nominated actor never to win, but his eight nods aren’t even half as many as received by the man with the longest winless streak. These folks may not own an Oscar (yet… see: DiCarpio, Leonardo), but they’re all winners in our book. NOTE: Listed tallies do not include nominations for the 2016 Oscars, since winners are yet to be announced
Oscar front-runner The Revenant dramatizes the incredible, real-life tale of early-American fur trader Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his relentless will to survive after being left for dead following a brutal bear attack during the winter of 1823. Directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu and based on the 2002 nonfiction book by Michael Punke, the harrowing story has proven to be a huge hit at the box office as well as a serious awards-season contender, earning 12 Oscar nominations, the most of the year. Whether or not The Revenant wins big at the Oscars on Feb. 28, it’s sure to inspire future movies about unbelievable outdoorsmen and women.
“Leo’s Red Carpet Rampage” is a hilarious sprint to the Dolby Theater, reminiscent of low-bit classics like “Super Mario Bros” in which users tap furiously to get DiCaprio closer to an Academy Award hovering just ahead in the distance.