Kendall Jenner amazed by niece North West’s sense of style

Kendall Jenner is amazed by her niece North West’s “creative” sense of style.The model made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday night, where host Jimmy asked her about pictures showing her and North wearing similar feath…

Kendall Jenner is amazed by her niece North West’s “creative” sense of style.

The model made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday night, where host Jimmy asked her about pictures showing her and North wearing similar feather tops from Prada. Kendall clarified that they were totally different garments, but went onto praise six-year-old North, the daughter of her sister Kim Kardashian and rapper Kanye West.

“Oh my God, for sure. She’s obsessed,” she commented when asked about whether North loves clothes. “And she’s so good at it. It’s crazy, she does all her outfits now. And Kanye just buys her all these fun clothes, and Kim as well. It’s so cool. She’s really creative and it’s really fun to watch.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Kendall participated in a round of a game called Pour It Out, where she revealed that she thinks Brad Pitt and Rihanna would make the perfect couple.

“I feel like they’re so gorgeous,” the 23-year-old gushed, before detailing an awkward encounter with the Fight Club star at one of Kanye’s recent Sunday Service gospel gatherings.

“I literally just saw Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and it was so good and he just like gets better with age… and I’m like, ‘I gotta go,'” she recalled.

When Jimmy asked if she left because she didn’t want to meet him, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians personality insisted: “No, isn’t there a saying don’t meet your superhero whatever… I don’t know, I just love him so much, I’m like, I’m just gonna leave it at that and leave. I get nervous.”

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Mike Moh was ‘conflicted’ about Bruce Lee portrayal in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Actor Mike Moh was “so conflicted” about his Bruce Lee scene in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. In Quentin Tarantino’s new movie, the Inhumans star plays the martial arts legend, who is portrayed as a cocky actor who challenges Brad Pitt’s stuntman cha…

Actor Mike Moh was “so conflicted” about his Bruce Lee scene in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

 In Quentin Tarantino’s new movie, the Inhumans star plays the martial arts legend, who is portrayed as a cocky actor who challenges Brad Pitt’s stuntman character Cliff Booth to a physical fight, only to be beaten down and thrown into a stationary car. 

 Lee’s daughter Shannon has publicly blasted the “caricature” depiction of her father in the film, as have a number of media outlets, and now Moh has revealed he was “so conflicted” about the scene when he first read the script, because Lee “was literally a God” in his eyes.  

 However, he insisted Tarantino is known for upending expectations and they both greatly admire the late Enter the Dragon star.  

 “I can see how people might think Bruce got beat because of the impact with the car, but you give me five more seconds and Bruce would have won,” he told Birth.Movies.Death. “So, I know people are going to be up in arms about it, but when I went into my deep dive of studying Bruce, he more than anybody wanted people to know he’s human. And I think I respect him more knowing that he had these challenges, these obstacles, just like everybody. I don’t know any actor out there that doesn’t have some sense of wanting to be more – and I think that’s the sign of somebody that wants greatness, and will achieve greatness, always wanting more.” 

 Last week, Shannon told The Wrap she was “disheartened” to see her father, who died in 1973 aged 32, portrayed as “an arrogant a*shole who was full of hot air”. 

She added: “I understand they want to make the Brad Pitt character this super bad-a*s who could beat up Bruce Lee. But they didn’t need to treat him in the way that white Hollywood did when he was alive.” 

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Leonardo DiCaprio felt uncomfortable using flamethrower in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Leonardo DiCaprio was uncomfortable setting his co-stars on fire while filming a scene for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.The Revenant star plays fictional actor Rick Dalton in Quentin Tarantino’s new movie, alongside a star-studded cast including Brad …

Leonardo DiCaprio was uncomfortable setting his co-stars on fire while filming a scene for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

The Revenant star plays fictional actor Rick Dalton in Quentin Tarantino’s new movie, alongside a star-studded cast including Brad Pitt, Al Pacino, Margot Robbie, Luke Perry, and Damian Lewis.

In the film, faded TV star Dalton features in a movie called The 14 Fists of McCluskey, where he plays the role of a flamethrower-wielding Nazi hunter with an eye patch who sets a bunch of men on fire.

However, according to stunt coordinator Robert Alonzo, DiCaprio had major concerns about shooting the scene, as he had to use the weapon himself.

“Leo was not very gung-ho with all the flamethrower stuff. Literally, he doesn’t want to hurt anyone. And I completely understood it. Normally you use a stunt person in that spot to be able to manage firing a flamethrower at somebody,” Alonzo told the Huffington Post. “(Leo) is actually lighting them up and holding a flame to them for about seven to eight seconds as the flamethrower is traversing back and forth around eight guys that he’s never met.”

The Oscar-winning actor was finally convinced to do the scene after some “coaxing” by supervising stunt coordinator Zoe Bell. Following a flamethrower demonstration by Alonzo, who showed the 44-year-old how to safely handle the weapon, DiCaprio applauded the stunt team and decided to go ahead with the shot.

“That is psychologically difficult to do, so kudos to him on being able to stay in character and do that scene,” Alonzo added.

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Leonardo DiCaprio despised Once Upon a Time in Hollywood moustache

Leonardo DiCaprio kept “spitting out” his fake moustache during the filming of his new movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.In Quentin Tarantino’s hotly anticipated feature, the Oscar winner takes on the part of Rick Dalton, a TV star, who, alongside hi…

Leonardo DiCaprio kept “spitting out” his fake moustache during the filming of his new movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

In Quentin Tarantino’s hotly anticipated feature, the Oscar winner takes on the part of Rick Dalton, a TV star, who, alongside his stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), try to revive their careers in the film industry at the time of the Charles Manson murders in Los Angeles in 1969.

Some scenes in the feature required DiCaprio to sport a pretend moustache for a part in a Western-themed show and later on in a Spaghetti Western, but according to make-up artist Sian Grigg, the actor struggled with the look.

“The moustache drove Leo mad, because I had to leave it really long and it always went in his mouth,” she told The Hollywood Reporter. “It was so hot out and the moustache kept going in his mouth, and he’d be spitting it out. He did the same thing in the scene as they filmed ‘off camera’ when he was supposed to be losing it a bit. It made us laugh as he kept spitting it out and the wig was quite long as well.”

Elsewhere in the chat, Grigg explained that she used WM Creations glue, a professional product used to apply facial pieces, to attach the moustache.

And the make-up expert insisted that DiCaprio’s moustache was meant to appear fake, as means of keeping in line with the setting of the flick.

“It was meant to look phony because they didn’t have good materials back then like we do now,” commented Grigg. “We were copying the style of films shot in that period and also covering Leo’s character up to look different and unrecognisable, which in the movie he’s not used to.”

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, also featuring Margot Robbie, Margaret Qualley, Austin Butler, Dakota Fanning, and Al Pacino, is now showing in U.S. cinemas.

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Leonardo DiCaprio despised Once Upon a Time in Hollywood moustache

Leonardo DiCaprio kept “spitting out” his fake moustache during the filming of his new movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.In Quentin Tarantino’s hotly anticipated feature, the Oscar winner takes on the part of Rick Dalton, a TV star, who, alongside hi…

Leonardo DiCaprio kept “spitting out” his fake moustache during the filming of his new movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

In Quentin Tarantino’s hotly anticipated feature, the Oscar winner takes on the part of Rick Dalton, a TV star, who, alongside his stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), try to revive their careers in the film industry at the time of the Charles Manson murders in Los Angeles in 1969.

Some scenes in the feature required DiCaprio to sport a pretend moustache for a part in a Western-themed show and later on in a Spaghetti Western, but according to make-up artist Sian Grigg, the actor struggled with the look.

“The moustache drove Leo mad, because I had to leave it really long and it always went in his mouth,” she told The Hollywood Reporter. “It was so hot out and the moustache kept going in his mouth, and he’d be spitting it out. He did the same thing in the scene as they filmed ‘off camera’ when he was supposed to be losing it a bit. It made us laugh as he kept spitting it out and the wig was quite long as well.”

Elsewhere in the chat, Grigg explained that she used WM Creations glue, a professional product used to apply facial pieces, to attach the moustache.

And the make-up expert insisted that DiCaprio’s moustache was meant to appear fake, as means of keeping in line with the setting of the flick.

“It was meant to look phony because they didn’t have good materials back then like we do now,” commented Grigg. “We were copying the style of films shot in that period and also covering Leo’s character up to look different and unrecognisable, which in the movie he’s not used to.”

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, also featuring Margot Robbie, Margaret Qualley, Austin Butler, Dakota Fanning, and Al Pacino, is now showing in U.S. cinemas.

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Leonardo DiCaprio: ‘I’ll keep acting as long as people want me’

Leonardo DiCaprio plans to keep acting for as long as he continues to be hired for projects. The Oscar winner made his screen debut with TV show The New Lassie when he was only 15 years old, and he has since gone on to work with the likes of acclaimed…

Leonardo DiCaprio plans to keep acting for as long as he continues to be hired for projects.

The Oscar winner made his screen debut with TV show The New Lassie when he was only 15 years old, and he has since gone on to work with the likes of acclaimed directors Martin Scorsese, James Cameron, Christopher Nolan, and Quentin Tarantino.

Although he has taken some lengthy breaks from acting over the years, including between 2015’s The Revenant and his new film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, DiCaprio has insisted he feels so lucky to be an actor, he wants to keep going as long as he can.

“I suppose at one point I might retire, but I always looked at this as the greatest gift anyone’s ever given to me,” the 44-year-old said to Variety when asked about retirement. “I feel like I won the lotto so I’m going to keep going as long as they’ll have me.”

In his new movie, DiCaprio plays Rick Dalton, a fading Hollywood star in the 1960s who has been reduced to guest spots on television shows and Spaghetti Westerns in Italy.

When asking about the ups and downs of an actor’s career, the Titanic star said, “I know there’s ebbs and flows in everyone’s careers – sometimes they’re a little hotter, sometimes you may not be hot at all – but if you love what you do, you gotta just keep doing it.”

But if he ever ends up in a position like his character, when he’s not such a hot property, the actor insists he will bid his time and “wait around until something good pops up.”

DiCaprio appears alongside Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie in Tarantino’s latest project, which hits U.S. cinemas from Friday.

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Ad Astra and Joker to compete at Venice Film Festival

Ad Astra and Joker are among the titles competing for the Golden Lion for Best Film at the 2019 Venice Film Festival. The sci-fi movie, starring Brad Pitt as an astronaut on a mission to save the solar system from imminent destruction, was originally…

Ad Astra and Joker are among the titles competing for the Golden Lion for Best Film at the 2019 Venice Film Festival.

The sci-fi movie, starring Brad Pitt as an astronaut on a mission to save the solar system from imminent destruction, was originally scheduled to hit cinemas in May, but Disney bosses pulled it from the schedule, and it was eventually given a September release.

However, it was announced on Thursday that it will first receive its premiere at the film event in Italy, where it has been selected for the official competition, alongside Todd Phillips’s Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix as Batman’s legendary nemesis.

Other notable competition films include Noah Baumbach’s upcoming Netflix divorce drama, Marriage Story, featuring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson, and Steven Soderbergh’s The Laundromat, his take on the Panama Papers scandal, with Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas.

Controversial director Roman Polanski will also compete at the festival with his new movie An Officer and a Spy.

Benedict Andrews’s political thriller Seberg, starring Kristen Stewart as actress Jean Seberg, who was targeted by the FBI in retaliation for her support of the Black Panther Party, will premiere out of competition, alongside Netflix drama The King, featuring Timothee Chalamet, Robert Pattinson, and Lily-Rose Depp.

As previously announced, the 76th edition of the festival will open with The Truth by Hirokazu Kore-eda, another competition film, and close with The Burnt Orange Heresy, with Elizabeth Debicki, Mick Jagger, and Donald Sutherland.

Argentinian director Lucrecia Martel will preside over the jury and decide which film should win the Golden Lion. Mary Poppins actress Julie Andrews and Spanish director Pedro Almodovar will receive honorary Golden Lions for lifetime achievement.

The festival runs from 28 August to 7 September.

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Margot Robbie wows in white at Once Upon a Time in Hollywood premiere

Margot Robbie wowed in a white dress at the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood premiere in Los Angeles on Monday night.Some of the film industry’s biggest stars turned out for the premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, which focuses on the story of TV…

Margot Robbie wowed in a white dress at the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood premiere in Los Angeles on Monday night.

Some of the film industry’s biggest stars turned out for the premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, which focuses on the story of TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), as they set out to make names for themselves in the film industry at the time of the Charles Manson murders in Los Angeles in 1969.

Australian actress Margot portrays Sharon Tate in the movie, and for the star-studded event, she opted for a flowing white Chanel number with a deep-V neckline, flowing sleeves and floor-sweeping skirt.

Referencing the time period of the film, the 29-year-old’s hairstylist Bryce Scarlett styled her blonde locks into soft curls, while her make-up artist Pati Dubroff opted for a “hot summer ’70s vibe,” and used Soleil Tan De Chanel Bronzing Make-up Base and the Duo Bronze et Lumiere Clair palette to achieve her bronzed complexion.

Margot accessorised her ensemble with gold chandelier earring and a gold purse.

Meanwhile, Leonardo and Brad both looked handsome in sharp suits, and filmmaker Quentin chose a black suit with a velvet blazer.

Rumer Willis, who plays Joanna Pettet, rocked a beautiful white Grecian gown from Ong-Oaj Pairam and high heels from Christian Louboutin, and was supported by her sisters Scout and Tallulah.

Margaret Qualley, who takes on the part of Pussycat in the film, made it a family affair too, stopping to pose in her sheer Prada dress alongside her father Paul Qualley and sister Rainey.

Rising star Austin Butler, who plays Charles “Tex” Watson, was joined by his girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens, who looked stunning in a black Armani gown, with other castmembers to turn out for the bash included Timothy Olyphant, Rebecca Gayheart, Bruce Dern, and Zoe Bell.

Additionally, celebrities such as Adriana Lima, Rob Lowe, Travis Scott, Snoop Dogg, Pierce Brosnan, Britney Spears, Robin Thicke, John Stamos, Chris Hemsworth, and Sofia Vergara got dressed to the nines for the night as well.

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Quentin Tarantino keeps film sets loose with regular cocktail parties

Quentin Tarantino hosts an on-set cocktail party every time he shoots 100 rolls of film. The moviemaker likes to keep things loose and fun on his sets and so he celebrates every little movie milestone. “This is our lives and as important as it is to…

Quentin Tarantino hosts an on-set cocktail party every time he shoots 100 rolls of film.

The moviemaker likes to keep things loose and fun on his sets and so he celebrates every little movie milestone.

“This is our lives and as important as it is to try to do movies that we care about, just as important is the experience of making the movie,” he told WENN. “This is our lives so if we’re gonna dedicate months, some cases years to something, then we owe it to ourselves to enjoy it and have a great time. Everybody on the set, this is their lives so let’s live it.

“We have a little mantra that me and the crew have been doing for a long time, where we say, ‘OK, we got it but we’re gonna do one more! And why are we gonna do one more?’ And the whole crew screams out, ‘Because we love making movies!'”

Brad Pitt, who appears in the director’s latest movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, added, “And by the way everyone does it with no embarrassment. Everyone’s in.”

And Brad’s co-star Margot Robbie admitted making a film with Tarantino is a lot of fun: “We stop every hundred rolls of film and celebrate with a drink and have a little party. No one else does that.”

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, also featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, Margaret Qualley, Timothy Olyphant, Dakota Fanning, Bruce Dern, and Al Pacino, hits cinemas in the U.S. on 26 July and from 14 August in the U.K.

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Brad Pitt grills Leonardo DiCaprio over iconic Titanic death scene

Brad Pitt has teased Leonardo DiCaprio for an answer on whether Jack could have fit on the door at the end of movie Titanic. In the James Cameron-directed classic, the 44-year-old played Jack Dawson, who was seen sacrificing himself at the end of the …

Brad Pitt has teased Leonardo DiCaprio for an answer on whether Jack could have fit on the door at the end of movie Titanic.

In the James Cameron-directed classic, the 44-year-old played Jack Dawson, who was seen sacrificing himself at the end of the movie so his love Rose, played by Kate Winslet, could survive the ship’s sinking by staying afloat on a door.

Fans of the movie often argue over the moment, insisting that there was room for them both of them on the door, and in a chat with MTV News’ Josh Horowitz, DiCaprio’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood co-star badgered the actor for a definitive answer once and for all.

“Could you? Could you squeeze in?” Pitt questioned, to which DiCaprio replied: “No comment.”

Pitt was then asked by Horowitz for his opinion, to which he replied: “That is fun. Well I’m going to go back and look now, certainly.”

Margot Robbie joined the pair, reminiscing about how she “bawled her eyes out” as she watched Jack’s hypothermia set in, but her The Wolf Of Wall Street co-star maintained he had “no comment”.

She then asked: “Did you mention it at the time, should we make the door bigger?” But an unmoved DiCaprio would only reply: “Like I said I have no comment.”

“Could you? Could you squeeze in?” interjected Brad, still looking for an answer from his co-star, but the Catch Me If You Can actor stood firm with a “no comment.”

DiCaprio’s tight-lipped response comes after director Cameron revealed the star wasn’t keen on saying the movie’s famous line, “I’m the king of the world.”

“We had tried this and tried that, and tried this line and tried that line and nothing was really working,” the 64-year-old explained to BBC Radio 1’s Ali Plumb. “I said, ‘All right, I’ve got one for you, just say I’m the king of the world, and just spread your arms out wide, and just be in the moment, and just love it and celebrate the moment.'”

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