Tiffany Haddish tells Jimmy Kimmel she is not kidding about her very specific Leo DiCaprio roleplay

The gift that is the ongoing career rise of Tiffany Haddish opened up once more with some of the comic and actor’s signature Hollywood encounter tales on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night. Telling Kimmel that none of her new movie star pals has anything to truly worry about when she hosts the MTV Movie Awards on Monday…

Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio to star in Quentin Tarantino's new movie, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

After a rocky few months—made only harder by the ongoing self-destruction of the director’s long-time collaborators at The Weinstein Co.—Quentin Tarantino’s latest feature finally has a starring cast, and a name. Variety reports that Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio have both signed on to star in the director’s new…

Here, at last, is proof that Tom Hardy got a terrible Leonardo DiCaprio tattoo

Being famous doesn’t preclude you from making bad life decisions. That’s a lesson Tom Hardy learned the hard way when he bet his Revenant co-star Leonardo DiCaprio that he wouldn’t be nominated for Best Supporting Actor at that year’s Academy Awards. Apparently, DiCaprio had more faith in his co-star’s acting ability…

Leonardo DiCaprio is playing a washed-up old cowboy actor in that new Tarantino film

It’s been three years since Leonardo DiCaprio last starred in a feature film, when he pulled down his first Oscar win as a vengeful frontier tracker in 2015's The Revenant. Now, it’s been revealed that his new role, in Quentin Tarantino’s latest movie, will see DiCaprio sticking to that Old West theme—sort of.

Leonardo DiCaprio to star—but not as Charles Manson—in Quentin Tarantino's Manson Family movie

We’re still not convinced that his proposed Star Trek movie is ever actually going to happen, but plans for Quentin Tarantino’s ninth movie—an as-yet-untitled script that takes place during the Manson Family’s murder spree in the summer of 1969 and, at least tangentially, includes Manson and his followers as…

Quentin Tarantino, Emma Thompson, Tom Hanks, Heidi Klum, more speak out about Harvey Weinstein

We’ve heard from the insensitive clods (and Lindsay Lohan, who just might not know any better) who have either tried to sweep the sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein under the rug (again), blamed women for daring to be in the same room as men ever, and who think being a predator is a partisan issue…

Harvey Weinstein has now been ditched by his brother, his buddies, and his wife

In a sequence of events that would actually make for a pretty good blues song—were its central figure not so staggeringly unsympathetic—Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein appears to have been dumped by his brother, one of his oldest friend in Hollywood, and his wife, all in the space of a couple of days. The reason…

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DiCaprio, Hanks, Chance, Degeneres, every other famous person ever bid Obama adieu

President Barack Obama has ended his presidential term with the same sense of grace and pop-cultural largesse that he entered it. This is no small feat, given that he was ushered into the office on a tide of global optimism. But he leaves with high approval ratings, a handful of major accomplishments to his name, and…