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After touching down in Tokyo, Japan on Friday (March 1), Leonardo DiCaprio encountered a large group of devoted fans.
The “Blood Diamond” actor made his way through the Narita International Airport with his head held high while flashing his handsome smile towards his awaiting groupies.
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Despite a busy Oscar weekend, Leonardo DiCaprio was back to work on the set of a new project in Los Angeles yesterday (February 25).
The “Catch Me If You Can” hunk was joined on a yacht by a bevy of beautiful ladies all dressed in skimpy bikinis as he worked his magic for a video shoot.
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Giving fans in Asia a very quick show of his smooth style, Leonardo DiCaprio's Jim Beam commercial has been released.
The 17-second ad, only airing in foreign markets, shows the "Inception" star turning a ball of ice into a mound of crushed cubes to fill his glass for the bourbon.
Taking a break from the silver screen, Leonardo DiCaprio showed up on the set of a Japanese Jack Daniels commercial in Malibu, California yesterday afternoon (January 27).
The “Catch Me If You Can” stud looked dapper in a grey suit as he held a glass tumbler, also bouncing a ball of ice as part of the shot.
Though he may have recently announced a hiatus from acting, Leonardo DiCaprio made an exception to shoot a Jack Daniels commercial for the Asian market in Los Angeles on Saturday (January 26).
The "Django Unchained" star looked handsome in a white dress shirt and gray trousers as he headed inside under a large umbrella.
Enjoying a much-needed break, Leonardo DiCaprio relaxed in the sunny Miami outdoors on Tuesday afternoon (January 22).
The “Django Unchained” stud kicked back with a group of friends in a South Beach home while taking a momnet to chatt on his cell phone.
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He’s been hard at work on a trio of films over the past couple of years, and now Leonardo DiCaprio is looking to recharge his batteries with some well-deserved time off.
The “Django Unchained” star told press he plans on focusing his energy on other efforts during an extended break from acting.
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Making the most of the celebratory evening, Leonardo DiCaprio, Bradley Cooper, and Jonah Hill got in some quality bro bonding time at the Weinstein Company Post- Golden Globes party last night (January 13).