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Making the most of his time in Cannes, France, Leonardo DiCaprio attended the Grisogono party at the Eden Roc Hotel last night (May 21).
The “Catch Me If You Can” stud looked to be having a blast as he flirted up a storm with a couple of beautiful babes during the 66th Cannes Film Festival shindig.
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Taking a break from his promotional duties at the Cannes Film Festival, Leonardo DiCaprio partied at Gotha nightclub on Friday night (May 17).
The "Great Gatsby" star sported a T-shirt and black cap as he lit up and chatted with some female admirers at the festival hotspot.
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Kicking off the 66th Cannes Film Festival, “The Great Gatsby” held its big premiere as part of the Opening Ceremony today (May 15).
Taking care of some promotional duties, the cast of “The Great Gatsby” showed up for a photocall at the 66th Cannes Film Festival today (May 15).
Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan looked fabulous as they hammed it up for the paparazzi at the Palais des Festivals in snazzy attire.
Using his time off from acting to stand up for the environment, Leonardo DiCaprio organized a charity auction to benefit conservation programs.
Along with Christie's, the "Great Gatsby" star hopes to raise over $18 million from auctioning off artwork from today's hottest contemporary artists.
Stepping out for some promotional duties, Leonardo DiCaprio paid a visit to ABC Studios in New York City this morning (May 8).
The “Catch Me If You Can” hunk looked devastatingly handsome as he chatted about his new movie “The Great Gatsby,” due in theaters this Friday, May 10th.
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It was a star-studded evening at The Top of The Standard in New York City last night (May 5) as the stars of “The Great Gatsby” showed up for a pre-Met Gala screening.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan looked to be having a fabulous time as they schmoozed with director Baz Luhrmann at the after-party.
After a long wait from eager fans, the stars of "The Great Gatsby" unveiled the film adaptation at Avery Fisher Hall in NYC on Wednesday (May 1).