How Old Was Leonardo DiCaprio During The Titanic?

Leonardo DiCaprio is one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood — not only because he has starred in some of cinema's most memorable flicks, but also because his baby face remained unchanged for most of his career. As Vulture explored, DiCaprio spent the first 13 years of his professional life boasting the looks of an eternal teenager, though his features began to mature around 2005, when the actor turned 30. His baby face didn't hinder his career. To the contrary, NBC News argued in 2011 that it proved to be one of DiCaprio's strengths, allowing him to inject a level of humanity and likeability that made the many complex characters he has played more nuanced.
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Sir Kenneth Branagh knew Kate Winslet would be a star

Sir Kenneth Branagh knew Kate Winslet would be a "star" from the moment they met. The 'Death on the Nile' filmmaker assumed the actress was much older than her 17 years when she first auditioned for him and he had no doubt the 'Titanic' star would go on to achieve big things.

Kate Winslet: Nude scene with Saoirse Ronan

It may be a dubious fame, but it was earned by one of the greatest actresses of her generation: Kate Winslet starred in some of Hollywood’s most famous nude scenes. Her love scene from “Titanic”, when she was drawn by Leonardo DiCaprio on a sofa like God made her, is known to millions. For their revealing portrayal in the literary film adaptation “The Reader”, which also plays with erotic undertones, it finally even won the Oscar.

Kaycee Moore, an unsung powerhouse of the L.A. Rebellion

The performer Kaycee Moore died on Aug. 13 at the age of 77. During a 14-year span, Moore appeared in three masterworks of the L.A. Rebellion era, emerging as perhaps the most powerful — if ultimately under-recognized — lead actor of the Black American filmmaking movement spanning from the late 1960s to the late 1990s.
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Delingpole: BoJo Reshuffles Deckchairs on the Titanic

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reshuffled the deckchairs on the Titanic. That is, he has promoted some of his Cabinet ministers and demoted others, in a series of moves which will make no difference either to the future of Britain or the survival prospects of the Conservative party. The ship is going down regardless.
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OPINION | MUSIC REVIEW: Live audience returns for Arkansas Symphony's free 'Celebrate' concert

The Price was right. So was the Dvorak, the Gershwin tune and the opening fanfare. The Bernstein was a little sloppy. The stage microphones were perhaps a little too hot. Thursday night at Little Rock’s Robinson Center Performance Hall, the Arkansas Symphony welcomed its first live audience in a while with a “Celebrate Little Rock, Together” concert, a freebie thank-you to the community for its support through the pandemic and a preview of the 2021-22 season. The concert was also simulcast to an outdoor screen at West 15th and South Chester streets, near Philander Smith College, in Little Rock’s Dunbar neighborhood.

Dunree Head + Fort Dunree Donegal

The museum café boasts of having “the best view in Ireland”. It might well but only for at most 364 days a year: for much of today any view can only be measured in metres not kilometres. A swirl of fog and mist and rain blows in from the Atlantic Ocean. There’s far flung and there’s Dunree Head – next stop Malin Head, the most northwesterly tip of Ireland meriting a mention on the Shipping Forecast. And after that, next stop Iceland. Dunree Head juts into Lough Swilly, one of County Donegal’s many waterways.

SOCIAL TALK: Max, murals and footy finals

It's that time again to take a lighter look into the big and final week of AFL. Here's what's happened this week. Max Gawn was the man of the match last Friday and now the man of the moment as the Demons defeated the Cats in an 83-point drubbing. Gawn,...

Aunt May And Doctor Octopus Dating Again In Spider-Man. Wait…what?

One of the most bizarre romances in any medium has to be lovable little Aunt May and sadistic scientist Doctor Octopus. Yes. That’s not a typo. It wasn’t in an alternate universe. This really happened. Way back in the very first Amazing Spider-Man Annual, the sinister six captured Betty Brant and Aunt May to, as always, try to capture Spider-Man. Of course, they all end up in jail, but instead of finding Doctor Octopus horrifying, she found him – heurch – charming.