Leonardo DiCaprio made a visit to Formula E New York City ePrix on July 14, 2017. He was with Fisher Stevens, the ‘Before the Flood’ director and you can check the pictures below:
Leonardo DiCaprio was spotted, on July 14, heading to Up and Down nightclub in New York City. Check the pictures below:
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There is also a video of him arriving at the club with friends:
Video of Leonardo DiCaprio with Scott Disick heading to Up and Down nightclub on July 14, 2017. pic.twitter.com/YzDMTgSkY6
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Leonardo DiCaprio was spotted walking around East Village, in New York City, on July 14, 2017. Check the HQs below:
Variety – Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio are developing a film adaptation of true-crime thriller “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI” as the director’s next project after “The Irishman.”
Scorsese’s longtime production designer, Dante Ferretti, told Variety that Scorsese hoped to start shooting “Flower Moon” in the spring of next year. 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 $5 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. The chilling series of slayings was one of the fledgling FBI’s first major homicide investigations.
Scorsese and DiCaprio have been eyeing the project for months, and are developing it together with Imperative Entertainment.
John Atwood, Imperative’s chief financial officer, said in an e-mail that “we are currently conducting preliminary research on the film, but there are no formal attachments nor confirmed start date at this time.”
Ferretti said that “the whole 1920s world of the Indians who lived there needs to be reconstructed” for “Flower Moon,” adding that he expects to “start preparing this film in September, because Scorsese will shoot it immediately after finishing ‘The Irishman.’”
Scorsese is currently getting ready for an early September shoot on “The Irishman,” a gangster movie centered on the life of mob hit-man Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran, played by Robert De Niro. Several sources have confirmed that “The Irishman” will be financed by Netflix, though the deal has yet to be officially announced.
There is no word whether Netflix would give “The Irishman” a wide theatrical release, but “I don’t think Martin would accept the fact that one of his movies would just be seen on a small screen and not in movie theaters,” said Ferretti, who is not working on the film.
The triple-Oscar-winning production designer recently completed work on his first rock musical, “Divo Nerone,” staged in a unique open-air venue atop the Palatine Hill in the ancient Roman Forum, with a rotating proscenium and 28 scene changes. Although the show was mostly panned by Italian media and has been temporarily shut down after nuns in a nearby monastery complained about its high decibel levels, Ferretti noted that “critics praised the set design and costumes,” which were created by his wife and working partner, Francesca Lo Schiavo. The pair was recently honored by the American Academy in Rome with its McKim Medal.
Ferretti and Lo Schiavo also recently designed the set for Mozart’s “Don Giovanni,” which opened the Spoleto Festival in June – “my third opera there in three consecutive years,” he said.
Tracking Board – For the first time ever, Quentin Tarantino is planning to dramatize true events in a movie, as sources tell the Tracking Board that his next picture will tackle Charles Manson and the murder of actress Sharon Tate.
Tarantino is courting A-list talent for the ensemble cast, including his Inglourious Basterds star Brad Pitt for the role of the detective investigating the crime, and both Margot Robbie and Jennifer Lawrence for the role of Tate. Samuel L. Jackson, the director’s lucky charm, is also expected to play a part in the period film. The director is also said to be eager to re-team with his Django Unchained star Leonardo DiCaprio, though it’s unclear whether he’s being eyed to play the detective role or Manson himself.
The wife of director Roman Polanski, Tate was eight months pregnant when she was brutally murdered by a group of Manson followers who the cult leader had sent to the home, hoping to exact revenge on a music producer who had rejected him.
There’s no distributor attached to the Manson project at the moment, but given Tarantino’s undying loyalty to Harvey Weinstein and Bob Weinstein, the sibling producers will likely be involved in some capacity. The Weinsteins previously teamed with Universal on Inglourious Basterds and Sony on Django Unchained.
With WME expected to shop the package to studios before Labor Day, Tarantino has been busy putting the finishing touches on the script. Hollywood has told this story several times, but Tarantino is no doubt putting his own spin on the Manson family and its killing spree. The Oscar-winning filmmaker has repeatedly said he intends to retire after his 10th film, and the Manson movie is shaping up to be his ninth.
As far as casting goes, timing is everything in Hollywood, and Pitt, Robbie and Lawrence are three of the most in-demand actors working today. Tarantino will have to wait until next year to start production, as Pitt will soon begin filming James Gray’s Ad Astra before he re-teams with David Fincher on World War Z 2. Meanwhile, Robbie is busy with her DCEU commitments between Suicide Squad 2 and Gotham City Sirens, while Lawrence has Adam McKay’s Bad Blood and several other in-development projects on the horizon.
We’ll track this project as closely as we can, so stay tuned. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news.