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Leonardo DiCaprio sat down with Ellen DeGeneres for an episode of the comedienne's talk show airing Tuesday to chat about his non-profit, LDF, which protects endangered species and their eco-systems. But on one adventure the only one who needed protection was Leo himself. “I went scuba diving looking for sharks and I had a huge fear of sharks and when I did Blood Diamond in 2006 I actually got stuck in a cage with a great white, which was awesome,” he told Ellen.
Trouble in paradise already? There's a plausible explanation for the missing engagement ring on Emma Roberts' important left ring finger! After all, it has only been on her hand for a few days! The actress had to take it off to film American Horror Story: Coven. So unless Franken-Kyle is going to surprise us all and propose to Madison, we don't think there will be a sparkling diamond ring on the show anytime soon! And even if he did, we're not quite sure how Zoe would feel about that.
Apparently, while abroad filming the movie Fury with Brad Pitt , Shia LaBeouf got a little too into his character, and didn't get enough into his shower. Phis WWII tank movie reportedly had to deal a lot more with Shia's stank than they wanted to. According to a source, his B.O., among other things, got on some cast members' nerves, resulting in him switching between three hotels in Oxfordshire, where most of the movie was filmed. We understand the impulse to be as authentic as possible, but there are some common courtesies that need to be paid onset, you know, like actually cleaning your body every once and a while!
Filmmakers Martin Scorsese, Steve McQueen, David O. Russell, Alfonso Cuaron and Paul Greengrass were nominated for Directors Guild film awards on Tuesday, an honor that often foreshadows Oscar success. It is the first DGA nomination for McQueen, Cuaron and Greengrass. It is the 11th nomination for Oscar-winner Scorsese and the second for Russell. The DGA has consistently been a key predictor of the nominees and eventual winner of the best director Oscar, which often also wins the top Oscar prize for best picture.

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