The iconic filmmaker is bringing out all the stops for his Pulp Fiction-style 1969 drama, landing the Oscar winner while other big names circle the project.
With DC looking to expand their intellectual property, the infamous filmmaker is believed to have earmarked the Academy Award winner.
Following in the path of his namesake, the Academy Award winner will portray the infamous 15th Century artist after a tense studio bidding war.
The 42-year old is set to star in front and behind the production from Paramount Pictures that is an adaptation of the gangster crime novel by Stephen Talty.
The Englishman's lost wager is going to cost him dearly, with the actor gearing himself for a fresh tattoo that was endorsed and encouraged by his friend and co-star.
As the candidates are whittled down to 15 names for the honor of best docu in 2016, two stand out from the pack as the Academy prepare to vote on their favorite choice.
Judging by the names searched from fans on IMDb, the website has made public the figures we can't get enough of this year.
The two Wolf of Wall Street stars are set to reunite once more, this time for a project that will be directed by the man who brought us the critically acclaimed O.J.: Made in America.
From Robert De Niro to Natalie Portman and Leonardo DiCaprio, the actors decided to use their stage time to get the vote out for the Democratic nominee on Tuesday.
The 41-year old Award Winner will take another shot at a real life character, this time going all the way back to the swinging 60s as he plays Sam Phillips
The beloved 90s children's cartoon is set to get a modern makeover and The Wolf of Wall Street star is prepping to take his climate activism to the project.
The National Geographic documentary has released a trailer just in time to squeeze into the heightened political climate.