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Sugarwater thanks for pics, info and vid. Dogs are adorable💕

 

 

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Nothing in particular about Leo but maybe interesting in connection with the planned "Killers of the Flower Moon".

 

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Hollywood unions, studios agree on testing, 'zone system,' other rules to restart production

 

LOS ANGELES — Hollywood’s unions announced Monday that they have reached an agreement on pandemic protocols with major studios that will allow the broad resumption of production of films and television after six months of stagnant sets and widespread unemployment.

 

The Directors Guild of America, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, the Basic Crafts unions and the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists jointly announced the deal reached with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers after months of planning and negotiating.

 

The deal includes mandatory and comprehensive use of personal protective gear and testing of cast and crew members, and a dedicated coronavirus supervisor to oversee it all.

 

It requires the use of a “zone system” that strictly limits interactions between people on sets based on their job's requirements. Those who must deal with more people will be tested more frequently and have more strict protective equipment and spacing requirements. Actors will be tested especially often because their on-camera work won't allow for many protective measures.

 

The agreement also gives 10 days of paid COVID-19 sick leave per employee, which can be used after positive tests or when quarantine is necessary, and says that employees who use the leave must be reinstated so long as their jobs still exist.

 

“The protocols pave the way for creative workers, who have been hard hit by the pandemic, to resume their crafts and livelihoods in workplaces redesigned around their health,” the unions said in a joint statement.

 

Some film and television productions have already resumed based on smaller separate agreements, but most of the largest and most elaborately produced films and television shows have been repeatedly delaying going back to work as they waited for the pandemic to subside and for this deal to be reached.

 

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Speaking of "J. Edgar" - the way Leo and Armie looking longingly at each other :baronfaint: I wish their relationship in the movie would be somewhat sweeter like in "Call me by your name" :p

 

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Excellent job of Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth's faces

 

 

 

Sugarwater & LiljaK

 

Tks to both of you for recent vids, pix, and IG posts :flower: :flower: 

 

 

Jade

 

Tks for  actor's union article :) 

 

I know I sure hope we will be hearing more news soon on the key casting roles of Tom White and Mollie for Flowers as , not only, are they key figures in the real story, but they both have the strong emotional scenes with Leo/Ernest's character 

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^As a proud Leo fan (💪:D) I can say I have three movies on blu ray from that list: Orphan (good one), Shutter Island (of course lol) and Red Riding Hood (yeah don't judge me I'm a sucker for bad horny movies sometimes - saw it even in cinema LOL)

 

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Even the rival is hot lol #irons genes

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21 hours ago, Jade Bahr said:

Red Riding Hood (yeah don't judge me I'm a sucker for bad horny movies sometimes - saw it even in cinema LOL)

I saw it in the cinema too and I was scared af bc I was too young for it🤣

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oxford, Sugarwater, Jade thanks for all content🌸

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3 hours ago, Lilja K said:

I saw it in the cinema too and I was scared af bc I was too young for it🤣

There is an alternative cut of Red Riding Hood. It's somewhat better/more horny (lol) than the cinema one :p So if anyone is interested in the movie I would recommend to watch the alternative version.

 

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5 hours ago, Jade Bahr said:

There is an alternative cut of Red Riding Hood. It's somewhat better/more horny (lol) than the cinema one :p So if anyone is interested in the movie I would recommend to watch the alternative version.

 

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So I will. Thanks for recommendation🙂

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Upcoming Leonardo DiCaprio Movies: What The Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Star Is Doing Next

For nearly 30 years now, Leonardo DiCaprio has remained one of the most prominent and prolific voices in Hollywood. Looking back on each decade since the Academy Award-winning actor made his debut in the early 1990s, it's impossible to find a stretch of time where he wasn't in one of the most highly regarded movies. With everything from the box office juggernaut Titanic to his most recent appearance in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, DiCaprio has consistently been a seemingly unstoppable force.

 

But as we look toward an uncertain future for the movie industry as we know it, some of Leonardo DiCaprio's biggest fans may be asking themselves, "What's next, Leo?" Well, the former teenage heartthrob-turned-playboy has several projects in the works in terms of acting as well as in a producing role, which is something he's been taking up more and more as of late. All that being said, here are some of Leonardo DiCaprio's upcoming movies (as well as all those producer credits).

 

Killers Of The Flower Moon - TBD

Since first working together on Gangs of New York in 2002, Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese have made a total of five movies together, with the most recent being 2013's The Wolf of Wall Street. Well, the actor-director pairing that's responsible for several of the most popular movies of the early 2000s are planning to get back together for another go with the upcoming film adaptation of David Grann's 2017 non-fiction book Killers of the Flower Moon. The book and movie are both based on a series of murders of the members of the Osage Native American tribe in Oklahoma back in the 1920s and the newly formed FBI whose agents are sent to investigate the vicious crimes and the events that caused them. Longtime friend and collaborator of Scorsese and DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, is also slated to be featured in the upcoming movie.

 

Just like Martin Scorsese's latest film, The Irishman, Killers of the Flower Moon will debut on a streaming platform in addition to having a limited theatrical run, only this time it will be showing up on newcomer Apple TV+ instead of streaming giant Netflix, according to Deadline. Production won't get started on the film until early 2021 due to COVID-19 concerns within the Osage Nation, according to Osage News. Once principal photography picks up, the shoot is expected to last 16 weeks, which probably means Killers of the Flower Moon won't be released until the end of 2021 at the earliest.

The Devil In The White City - TBD

Leonardo DiCaprio has long been attached to the adaptation of The White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness At The Fair That Changed America, the chronicling of Dr. H.H. Holmes, who is considered to be America's first serial killer, and now it looks like it will finally happen. And although The Devil in the City has been thrown around as a possible movie for the talented and versatile actor over the years, it now appears that the story of the crazed doctor who assaulted, tortured, and murdered a suspected 200 victims over the course of a number of years in his "Murder Castle" in Chicago will appear as a limited series on Hulu.

 

According to a 2019 report from The Hollywood Reporter, there are few details about the project other than that it will appear on Hulu if and when it gets made. It also remains to be seen whether Leonardo DiCaprio, who is also producing the series alongside Martin Scorsese, will still get to portray one of the most sickening men in United States history.

 

Roosevelt - TBD

I know, I know, this is becoming more of a list about upcoming collaborations between Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese, but it's hard to have one without the other at this point. If this next project gets off the ground, we'll all have yet another great movie with Scorsese behind the camera directing DiCaprio in what surely will be another standout performance. The film? The long-awaited biopic about the 26th President of the United States Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt that has been discussed for years. According to a 2017 report from Deadline, Scott Bloom was hired to script the film that will one day be released by Paramount Pictures.

 

There are no further details about the movie or if it will be a full-on biopic of the Rough Rider's entire life or just a small portion of his political career. With Leonardo Dicaprio's love of the natural world, it wouldn't be out of the realm of possibility for the movie eto follow Roosevelt on his many journeys to what would become some of American's greatest national parks.

The Black Hand - TBD

Leonardo DiCaprio has been in some of the best crime movies of the 21st Century, and that legacy will continue if the film adaptation of The Black Hand ever gets made. Based on Stephen Talty's book of the same name, the movie will follow the efforts of NYPD detective Joe Petrosino, who made it his mission in life to take on the mafia that had come to America from Italy. Over the course of his career, Petrosino arrested and deported dozens of criminals, but was eventually cut down by the men he was investigating. According to a Deadline report from January 2017, DiCaprio is the actor Paramount Pictures wants to see take on the role of the famed New York police officer, but the rest of the potential cast has yet to be named.

 

There haven't been any additional details concerning The Black Hand in recent years, but fingers crossed the movie eventually sees its way into production. With a story as riveting as Joe Petrosino taking on the early form of the mob in the Big Apple and Leonardo DiCaprio in the leading role, there's nothing about this that doesn't sound amazing. I mean, who doesn't want to see DiCaprio portray a hard-nosed, no-nonsense cop in early 20th Century New York City?

The Crowded Room - TBD

This next long-rumored project involving Leonardo DiCaprio seems like it's never going to happen at this point, but that doesn't mean it's officially dead. Back in February 2015 (one year before he won an Oscar for his performance in The Revenant), DiCaprio was attached to appear in a psychological drama titled The Crowded Room, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Based on a non-fiction novel chronicling the life of Billy Milligan, the first person to successfully use multiple personality disorder as a defense in a United States court, the movie was being scripted by Jason Smilovic and Todd Katzberg at the time of the announcement with DiCaprio taking on the role of the late Milligan.

 

A movie based on the story of Billy Milligan and his 24 personalities has been in the works for more than a quarter-century now with Leonardo DiCaprio showing an interest as far back as 1997. And while no director has been attached to this version of the project, several big-name filmmakers, including James Cameron have shown an interest in the past. It should be pointed out, however, that there haven't been any details on The Crowded Room for a little more than five years, but there's always a chance.

 

Projects Being Produced By Leonardo DiCaprio

Throughout the history of cinema, some of the biggest stars in front of the camera have continued their success by starting their own production companies. It's no different for Leonardo DiCaprio, who founded Appian Way Productions in 2004. In the past 16 years, DiCaprio's Appian Way has released some of the actor's most notable movies like The Aviator, The Wolf of Wall Street, and The Revenant, to just name a few of 17 titles that have come from the company. In addition to the film side of things, the company has produced some of the most consequential modern documentaries like The Ivory Game, Before the Flood, and Ice on Fire, as well several television programs like the upcoming Disney+ limited series The Right Stuff.

It doesn't look like Leonardo DiCaprio or Appian Way Productions have any intention on slowing down in the near future as the list of upcoming projects being led by the company shows:

  • The Right Stuff - October 9, 2020 on Disney+
  • Finding 52 - TBD
  • The Shining Girls - TBD
  • Theodore Roosevelt - TBD
  • Atari - TBD
  • The Corporation - TBD
  • Captain Planet - TBD

There are all the Leonardo DiCaprio movies and other projects that will either be released in the next couple of years or at least get going at some point in the near future. Make sure to check back for updates on these titles as well as others from the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood star, and don't forget to check out the 2020 Movie Release Schedule or the 2021 New Movie Releases here at CinemaBlend.

 

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Oxford 25

Thanks for the pic of the sculptures. Those are very cool!

 

LiljaK

Thanks for the pics and article.

 

 I was trying to figure out if the picture hanging on the wall over Leo’s bed was a Hieronymus Bosch, but I can’t really tell. Looks like it could be.

 

 

 

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Could be that Leo will be doing a comedy soon with Jennifer Lawrence & former costar Cate Blanchett

 

 

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Sugarwater, Jade , and Liljak

 

Tks for latest Leo related news :flower: :flower: :flower: 

 

Like Jade , I’ve seen all the Appian horror movies as well :p 

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6 hours ago, oxford25 said:

Could be that Leo will be doing a comedy soon with Jennifer Lawrence & former costar Cate Blanchett

 

 

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Sugarwater, Jade , and Liljak

 

Tks for latest Leo related news :flower: :flower: :flower: 

 

Like Jade , I’ve seen all the Appian horror movies as well :p 

Not really looking forward to this 😐

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Thanks Sugarwater, Jade, ox and Lilja for the latest news and posts!

 

Leo's keeping busy with his projects and it'll be interesting filming next year under the new system due to COVID. 

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13 hours ago, oxford25 said:

Could be that Leo will be doing a comedy soon with Jennifer Lawrence & former costar Cate Blanchett

 

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At this point in his career I'm excited for everything that don't seem "typical" for Leo (as an actor). And to be honest I always wanted to see him next to JLaw :w00t: And Blanchett? Hell yes! :ddr:

 

But beside from this tweet I don't find anything else about this possible project :idk:

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His fuck!ng hair is killing me here :baronfaint:

 

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