Actor Leonardo DiCaprio and director Clint Eastwood greeted screaming fans Thursday at the 2011 AFI Film Fest, presented by Audi, where they premiered their Oscar contender, "J. Edgar."
"It's very sweet. They're all pretty enthusiastic to be here tonight," DiCaprio told "Extra" correspondent Renee Bargh. "This is the legendary Chinese Theater, where it's all gone down in Hollywood. So it's cool to see people from L.A. who are actually coming out to a premiere. I would think they'd be too spoiled for that."
Leonardo DiCaprio is back on the big screen playing the historic role as the first Director of the FBI, in the self-titled film, "J. Edgar."
The 36-year-old opens up to TIME, in "10 Questions for Leonardo DiCaprio," and says the movie is "incredibly accurate."
Troubled starlet Lindsay Lohan is back in court on Wednesday to face Judge Stephanie Sautner and may be returned to jail for failing to complete a community assignment at a women's shelter, a violation of her probation.
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Now that it's been confirmed that Blake Lively and Leonardo DiCaprio ended their five-month romance, new rumors have surfaced saying that the "Gossip Girl" is seeking solace with her "Green Lantern" co-star, Ryan Reynolds.
According to The Boston Herald, Lively and Reynolds took a train from New York to Boston to attend a Radiohead concert last week -- and were later spotted having dinner together over the weekend.
After a mere five months together, actors Blake Lively and Leo DiCaprio have decided to go their separate ways.
Reps for both stars confirmed the split to Us Weekly, saying they are "remaining friends."
The world now has a universal logo for human rights.
Robert De Niro, Sean Penn, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ann Curry, George Clooney, Richard Gere, Nicole Kidman, and Susan Sarandon showed support for the new logo, which was unveiled in New York at a gala event Wednesday.
The logo, called "Free as a Man," was created by a freelance graphic designer from Belgrade, Serbia and chosen in an online competition from over 15,300 submissions from over 190 countries.
Watch highlights from the event!