You’ve likely heard that Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry recently concluded their year-long romance. Now Bloom—the man I most associate with elves who state the obvious—is sowing his wild oats. He’s “casually” dating Nina Dobrev and putting moves on model Ashley Haas. In fact, Dobrev was even present during the…
When it was revealed earlier this week that Jennifer Lopez suddenly backed out of a Miami New Year’s Eve performance that would have paid her $1 million, I thought, “What on earth could possibly be more appealing than making a million bucks in one evening?” Friday morning, Page Six reported that the answer to that…
Donald Trump, a stubbed, recently-severed zombie toe soon to be sworn in as President of the United States, remains steadfast in his interpretation of climate change as “hey, maybe not, I dunno.”
Kathy Griffin, the comedian who has made a career out of interacting with people more famous than she is and then recalling those interactions with her trademark mix of self deprecation and nastiness, recently released a book filled with the stories that have made up her live sets for nearly two decades. We wrote…
On November 1, 1996, young people across America began packing movie theaters—not to see an action movie or a teen comedy, but to watch Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet (spelled “Romeo + Juliet” for those in the know). And to get very, very horny, possibly for the first time ever.
When Tobey Maguire and Jennifer Meyer made their split public Tuesday afternoon, it seemed to come out of nowhere. But if we a been paying attention to his actions and not rewatching Seabiscuit over and over again, perhaps the divorce announcement would have been more predictable.
Before the Flood, a climate change documentary directed by The Cove’s Fisher Stevens, opens ill-advisedly, with an anecdote and photographs from Leonardo DiCaprio’s childhood. DiCaprio, who narrates the film, tells us about his father, underground comic book writer/distributor George DiCaprio, who edgily hung…
It feels a little silly to lead today’s AM Dirt Bag with such a non-story, but this is my domain on weekday mornings and none of you can stop me, so I’m going to share a Page Six report about Leonardo DiCaprio’s seemingly contagious obsession with philanthropy.
Founding Pussy Posse member Leonardo DiCaprio was set to host a $33,400-a-head fundraiser for Hillary Clinton this week at his home, until he canceled it citing scheduling issues—right around the same time he and his foundation were publicly linked to a multibillion dollar embezzlement case in Malaysia.
I was a teenager when Romeo and Juliet came out, primed by Tiger Beat and pulsing hormones to lose my mind over the next slender, hairless blue-eyed heartthrob pointed at me by Hollywood. But when I first saw Leonardo DiCaprio I felt...nothing.
Welcome to Titanic Thursday. It is what it sounds like—a day to talk about the 1997 Academy Award-winning film Titanic.
On Monday afternoon, two-time Academy Award nominee Jonah Hill (typing that always makes my heart race) was having a phone conversation on a Manhattan sidewalk when he was approached by a rabid fan wielding an iPhone.
No, Johnny Depp, Amber Heard does not want to settle her domestic violence suit.
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we honestly cannot take any precious time to write a satisfactory introduction because there is something super important we need to discuss. This week, Tom is leaving his church, Jennifer Aniston is preg, and the best story of all time.
“I mean we all have types,” said Jezebel’s Managing Editor Kate Dries this morning as we discussed a very famous man’s newest companion. And she’s right! We do all have types. We are immediately drawn to certain hair colors, heights, and bodies. But some of us look more deeply into a person before choosing them as…
Oscar-winning screenwriter David Franzoni created Gladiator, and now he’s writing the story of a man who battled within the arena of his own mind. The Muslim poet and scholar Rumi lived in 13th century Afghanistan, then the outskirts of the Persian Empire; he is still well beloved, and soon his life will be on the big…
Spring is here, my friends, and just as nature’s seeds are blooming, so is the wokeness of a select group of men who just get it, ya know?
“You can call me Academy Award Winning Leo D,” he breathed in her ear.
Leonardo DiCaprio got an Oscar and saw that there were no more mountains to climb, so he went back to Victoria’s Secret models.