The project is based on the bestselling book by David Grann, a staff writer for the New Yorker and author of “The Lost City of Z.” Rights to “Flower Moon” were snapped up by Imperative last year for a reported million, and a script has reportedly been drafted by veteran Oscar-winning scribe Eric Roth (“Forrest Gump,” “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”).Ferretti, who has worked with Scorsese on nine movies from “The Age of Innocence” through “Silence,” said he was going to “go to Oklahoma” to do preliminary location scouting for “Flower Moon.” The story, set in the 1920s, focuses on a string of murders of members of the Osage nation in Oklahoma after oil was discovered beneath their land.Leonardo Di Caprio met with Donald Trump on Wednesday to discuss a matter very close to the “Revenant” actor’s heart — the environment.
His latest documentary on the crisis, “Before the Flood,” premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in October, where it was described by The Wrap’s Steve Pond as “a straightforward, elegantly presented survey of the science on climate change — and suggestions on how humans can halt the potentially catastrophic damage we’ve created.” With the film being released just weeks before the presidential campaign, Di Caprio was already looking toward the future while at the festival.
“We cannot afford to have leaders in office who do not believe in the modern science of climate change,” he said during a Q&A in Toronto.
There were two motorcycle helmets in front of them.
Before that, they were spotted together in March at Beverly Hills restaurant Crustacean and at the model's 25th birthday party in St Barts.
There he was, in a South American rainforest, studying the effects of mercury poisoning in the Amazon, when he was confronted by a group of naked Indians.
Although he has just turned 30, the boyishly handsome actor is resigned to the fact that he will always be linked to Titanic, the 1997 Oscar-winning film in which he and Kate Winslet played tragic lovers on the doomed ship."That film is a phenomenon," he says.Howard Hughes was a larger-than-life filmmaker, tycoon, aviator - and obsessive compulsive.Leonardo Di Caprio, who plays him in the Oscar-tipped The Aviator, tells John Hiscock how his own milder form of the disorder gave him an insight into the role For Leonardo Di Caprio, it was one of those moments when he didn't know whether to laugh or cry.Now that 10 years have passed since it entered theaters, "The Departed" fits comfortably among the canon of all-time great films.Directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Leonardo Di Caprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson, Mark Wahlberg and Vera Farmiga, the gangster film and story of its making are filled with little known facts. ) and doesn’t act all, y’know, when in the company of men. And in case you’re doubting Rohrbach’s french-fry-eating bonafides, here’s a video of her, from her own Instagram page, eating french fries (and drinking a beer!