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DiCaprio to present Scorsese Robert Osborne Award
DiCaprio to present Scorsese Robert Osborne Award

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio will present veteran filmmaker Martin Scorsese the Robert Osborne Award at the 2018 TCM Classic Film Festivals opening.DiCaprio, who has worked with Scorsese in five films, including "Gangs of New York" and "The Wolf of Wall Street", will present the award on April 26 here to the filmmaker for his decades-long commitment to the legacy and preservation of classic films, reports variety.com.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Bill Mechanic resigns from Academy board
Bill Mechanic resigns from Academy board

Producer Bill Mechanic, CEO of Pandemonium Films, has stepped down from the board of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He has not stated a reason.Mechanic said he has resigned from the Board of Governors but declined to elaborate on the reasons, reports variety.com."The Academy thanks William Mechanic for his five years of service on the Board of Governors, where he represented the members of the Executives Branch," read a statement.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Eva Longoria gets star on Walk Of Fame
Eva Longoria gets star on Walk Of Fame

Actress Eva Longoria has joined the 'stars' of the likes of Daniel Radcliffe, Scarlett Johansson, Mary Carlisle, Kirk Douglas and Richard Burton on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.The 43-year-old actress was joined at the ceremony by her husband Jose Baston, family members and a group of celebrity friends, including former "Desperate Housewives" co-star Felicity Huffman, Anna Faris and Ricky Martin, reported eonline.com."It was really surreal today. I meant it when I said, 20 years ago, standing almost at this spot: 'I'm gonna have a star one day', and then, for it to happen. And then, of course, Felicity's speech and Ricky, and Anna... it's just overwhelming," said Longoria.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Ian McKellen wants 'celebratory' funeral for himself
Ian McKellen wants 'celebratory' funeral for himself

eteran actor Ian McKellen thinks his own send-off will be quite a party.The 78-year-old "Lord of the Rings" star says he often thinks about death, reports aceshowbiz.com.In an upcoming documentary, "McKellen: Playing The Part", the thespian reveals he would like his "celebratory" memorial to take place in a theatre.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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