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Martin Scorsese Executive Producer of ‘Tomorrow’ Starring Stephen Fry

Martin Scorsese is executive producing the British movie, Tomorrow. He won’t, however, be a lead producer in the project. Those roles are reserved for Neil Jones and Dean Mitchell. “It’s an amazing script, with colorful characters and a truly uplifting story,” Mitchell told the Hollywood Reporter. “The film deals with a number of important issues, including HIV and soldiers returning …

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Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Brad Pitt To Star In Martin Scorsese Short For Studio City Casino

It’s a cast destined for greatness. Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Brad Pitt starring in any movie together for the first time should pique filmgoers’ interest. The fact that it’s all three of these big stars’s first time together on screen while being directed by Martin Scorsese, makes it a potential hit. The writer, Terence Winter, who penned The …

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Martin Scorsese Defends Kodak’s Production of Film

In January 2012, things could not have looked worse for Kodak. After 123 years of filmmaking, the company, created by George Eastman, had applied for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and looked destined for ultimate failure. Surprisingly, though, Kodak was able to stay on its feet and continue production a little over a year and a half later behind the supervision of …

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Mick Jagger Sings at L’Wren Scott Memorial

Mick Jagger honored his longtime love, L’Wren Scott, by singing a version of Bob Dylan’s Just Like a Woman at a memorial service for the fashion designer Friday. The memorial service took place at St Bartholomew’s Church in Manhattan, New York, and featured a slew of celebrities and other notables. “The most touching moment was when Mick sang the Bob …

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L’Wren Scott Memorialized in Song by Mick Jagger

L’Wren Scott was memorialized in an emotional service on Friday in New York City at St. Bartholomew’s Church in Manhattan. Her boyfriend of 13 years, Mick Jagger, paid tribute to her by singing a solo of her favorite song–Just Like A Woman–during the memorial. The Bob Dylan song was a favorite of Scott’s. The service also include very moving speeches …

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Don Rickles Upcoming Fete Includes Jerry Seinfeld, David Letterman

Don Rickles will be lauded in a comedy-filled event on May 6th at New York’s Apollo Theater by guests including Jerry Seinfeld, David Letterman, Ray Romano and more. Stand-up performances, video clips, taped tributes by those not able to attend in person, and even some personal stories shared by close friends will all be part of the tribute to the …

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Don Rickles to Get Tribute from Jimmy Kimmel, Jerry Seinfeld, Bob Newhart

Don Rickles will get an all-star tribute from an impressive lineup of comedic celebrities such as Jimmy Kimmel, Bob Newhart, and Jerry Seinfeld next month. Robert De Niro, David Letterman, Tracy Morgan, Regis Philbin, Ray Romano, Martin Scorsese, John Stamos, and Jon Stewart are also slated to appear at the event. The 90-minute tribute titled One Night Only: An All-Star …

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Jimmy Fallon Does Hashtag 2 With Jonah Hill

Jimmy Fallon can’t stop making us laugh. The Tonight Show star recently revisited an old skit that had us all tickled. The Hastag 2 follows up his Twitter spoof about folks constantly talking and using hashtags via social media. The original spoof featured Justin Timberlake and while we think he’s hilarious, Fallon’s second guest is just as funny. The skit …

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Jonah Hill Shares His Salary For “The Wolf Of Wall Street”

Jonah Hill has gone from a chubby “Superbad’ smartass to an actor who has worked with some of the most respected names in the business. And while he can command a fairly high salary these days, he says he accepted what is basically minimum wage in order to work with Martin Scorsese on “The Wolf Of Wall Street”. “They gave …

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Steven Spielberg Ousts Oprah as Influential Celeb

Steven Spielberg has ousted Oprah Winfrey as the most influential celebrity in the U.S., according to an annual study conducted by Forbes magazine. It seems it was the film Lincoln that gave Spielberg the edge over Oprah. Earning him 12 Oscar nominations as well as $275 million at the box office in the U.S., it also brought in $93 million …

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Bruce Dern Is Given Special Thanks From Leonardo DiCaprio [Video]

One of the losses that may have hurt most last night was when Bruce Dern lost to Leonardo DiCaprio. DiCaprio tried to make the best of the situation and clearly felt bad for the veteran actor when acknowledging him first thing in his acceptance speech. He spent the first part of his speech telling all of the young actors to …

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Margot Robbie: Sex, Lies & Film Tape

While Margot Robbie of The Wolf of Wall Street is a sensation, don’t call her an overnight one–she may be new to us, but she’s been doing this for years. Well, as much as she can do in her adult life being that she’s only 23. The Australian-born actress has been steadily acting professionally since her 2007 graduation from Somerset …

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