Posts tagged "Django Unchained"

Top 15 Netflix Movies to Binge-Watch Over Thanksgiving Break

It's finally here! Now that it's officially Thanksgiving break, we can unapologetically sit in our pajamas, cuddle up in a blanket next to the fireplace, and put that Netflix account to good use! To make your Turkey-days just a little bit sweeter, Celebuzz has put together a gallery full of Netflix movies to binge-watch during…

By: Samantha Benitz / November 27, 2014

‘Django Unchained’ Actress Was Allegedly Having Car Sex When Accosted by Cops

After a sufficiently dehumanizing week of being handcuffed under suspicion of “indecent exposure,” Django Unchained actress Daniele Watts is in more hot water. According to eyewitnesses, the actress and her husband Chef Brian James Lucas weren’t just kissing in a parked car when they were reported to 911 – they were having sex.

By: Mindy Lee / September 15, 2014

Here’s What Really Happened On Leo’s Tour Of Asia

Leonardo DiCaprio has had a very busy break. Nearly two months after announcing that he was taking a hiatus from filming, the 38-year-old has been spotted all over Asia -- a scene far from his usual hangout on a yacht or the beach with bikini babes. Since touching down in Tokyo, Japan earlier this month,…

By: Peggy Truong / March 8, 2013

Watch: Here’s Leo… As Jack!

Leonardo DiCaprio is one step closer to becoming Jack Nicholson. In addition to leading a single life that includes frequent (but brief) romances with gorgeous ladies, it turns out that he can also impersonate the legendary actor and his co-star from The Departed. “I do these Jack Nicholson eyebrows,” DiCaprio said during a recent interview i…

By: Peggy Truong / March 6, 2013

Watch: Children Reenact 2013 Oscar Nominees

Young Hollywood has a whole new meaning. All season long, youth has been dominating the awards circuit -- from the red carpet to multiple wins by Jennifer Lawrence. Come Sunday, Beasts of the Southern Wild star Quvenzhané Wallis, 9 ,could make Oscar history if she takes home the prize for Best Actress. Now, the folk…

By: Peggy Truong / February 21, 2013

9 Movies You Must See Before Oscar Sunday (PHOTOS)

Everyone’s office has that one movie fan that always wins the Oscar betting pool, who wears their newly-won gift card to Outback Steakhouse like a badge of honor. No one wants to lose to that guy. In an effort to prevent your resident watercooler handicapper from earning another victory notch for his cubicle wall, here are…

By: Dylan Howard / January 22, 2013

Ryan Murphy Overseeing Big-Screen Horror Story ‘The Town That Dreaded Sundown’

Tired of horror movie remakes? Too bad, MGM don’t care. They’ve just hired Glee creator Ryan Murphy to oversee a remake of 1976 cult-classic The Town That Dreaded Sundown. Murphy will produce from a script by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who recently wrote the Carrie remake. The original Sundown used a mockumentary approach to document the search…

By: Phil Pirrello / January 21, 2013

Which Motion Pictures Will Win Top Honors at the Golden Globes? (PHOTOS)

In the ramp-up to the Golden Globes, the Oscar nominations have come and gone, leaving a bread-crumb trail of obvious nods and an ocean of dissatisfied grumbles at some of the less-subtle snubs. In fact, one could argue that between its two two-category system of Drama and Musical/Comedy, the Globes made a much wiser set…

By: Phil Pirrello / January 12, 2013

Weekend Movie Preview — Five Flicks in Five Clicks (PHOTOS)

If you’re anything like us, the first few weeks of the year are a tangle of renewed responsibilities, halfhearted resolutions and mostly, desperate need for more days off. As such, it’s not just a welcome, but necessary distraction to find a movie (or two, or three) to occupy those hours not already claimed by work…

By: Todd Gilchrist / January 11, 2013

Weekend Movie Preview — Five Flicks in Five Clicks (PHOTOS)

As the holiday season – and the year as a whole -- reaches its final hurrah with New Year’s, theaters are bustling with new, highly-anticipated movie releases. From late-breaking blockbusters to Oscar bait to sleeper hits, there’s plenty to choose from. And Five Flicks in Five Clicks is Celebuzz’ way of whittling down those choice…

By: Todd Gilchrist / December 28, 2012

‘Django Unchained': The Controversy Surrounding Quentin Tarantino’s New Film Explained in Five Clicks

It wouldn't be a new Quentin Tarantino release without someone calling out the controversial director. And many objections have already been made against the filmmaker's latest movie, Django Unchained, which opened Christmas Day. As usual with Tarantino, reviewers and audiences seem to love the film, yet plenty of prominent critics and activists are up in arm…

By: Gary Susman / December 28, 2012

‘Les Miserables’ vs. ‘Django Unchained': Box Office Battle (POLL)

It’s Oscar slummin’ time at the movies as Hollywood rolls out its primo slate of films, but despite a handful of new titles across the marquee, it’s all about the French Revolution and the Civil War South this weekend. The big-budget adaptation of Broadway’s favorite child, Les Miserables, is pitting its cannons and bayonets against…

By: Todd Gilchrist / December 27, 2012

Leonardo DiCaprio Calls ‘Django Unchained’ Character ‘The Most Deplorable Human Being I’ve Ever Read In a Screenplay In My Life’ (VIDEO)

What does Leonardo DiCaprio's character in Django Unchained have in common with King Louis XIV? According to the actor, a lot.  Although DiCaprio's portrayal of Calvin Candie, a vicious slave and plantation owner in Quentin Tarantino's violent Western drama, earned him a Golden Globe nomination, the role proved to be quite a departure from any character he's portrayed…

By: Laura Franco / December 27, 2012

2012 Year in Review: The 10 Best Movies (PHOTOS)

2012 was a remarkable year for movies – not just financially, but artistically. Even as The Hunger Games and The Avengers and Skyfall and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 broke records and brought in historic revenues, some of the industry’s most talented actors and filmmakers further solidified their place in the Hollywood…

By: Todd Gilchrist / December 26, 2012

‘Les Miserables’ Takes Top Spot At Christmas Box Office

Les Miserables brought in the big bucks on Christmas Day. The much-anticipated musical — starring Hugh JackmanAnne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried and Russell Crowe — took the box office's No. 1 spot with an estimated $17.5 million. Meanwhile, Quentin Tarantino's gritty period drama, Django Unchained, which stars Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio, came in second, earning…

By: Laura Franco / December 26, 2012

‘Django Unchained’ Star Leonardo DiCaprio Struggled to Identify With His ‘Racist, Horrible Character’

For the first time in his career, Leonardo DiCaprio takes a turn to the dark side next week playing a brutal plantation owner in Django Unchained, Quentin Tarantino’s new revenge saga in which the oppressed finally turn the tables on their oppressors. As if owning slaves isn’t bad enough, DiCaprio’s character, Calvin Candie’s favorite pastime…

By: Rachel Levy / December 24, 2012

‘Django Unchained’s’ Jamie Foxx Talks About Racism, Horse Training and Working With Leonardo DiCaprio

In Quentin Tarantino’s new western Django Unchained, Jamie Foxx plays an ex-slave determined to free his wife from the the plantation of ruthless slave owner Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio). For Foxx, the movie presented a number of firsts, including a wild ride on horseback, a vengeful slave and an onset accident that left DiCaprio with…

By: Jordan Riefe / December 22, 2012

Leonardo DiCaprio, Joaquin Phoenix and Matthew McConaughey: Favorite Male Movie Performances (PHOTOS)

Transformation is always a common quality that great actors seem to share, but in 2012, the one that seemed to dominate the year’s best performances was reinvention. While Matthew McConaughey revived his career with a series of terrific – and different -- turns in movies big and small, his Magic Mike co-star Channing Tatum proved…

By: Todd Gilchrist / December 20, 2012

Quentin Tarantino Is ‘Ill-Informed’ for Defending His Violent Movies, Says Harvard Psychologist (EXCLUSIVE)

A prominent Harvard psychologist has denounced Django Unchained director Quentin Tarantino for defending violence in movies following the Newtown school massacre in Connecticut. Tarantino, whose credits include movies like True Romance, Reservoir Dogs and Inglourious Basterds, claimed he was "tired" of defending his films each time there was an act of gun violence in America.

By: / December 19, 2012
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