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Leonardo DiCaprio Hangs with Tobey Maguire's Kids in WeHo!

Leonardo DiCaprio Hangs with Tobey Maguire's Kids in WeHo!

Leonardo DiCaprio escorts Tobey Maguire‘s kids Ruby, 7, and Otis, 4, out of Fred Segal after eating lunch together on Sunday (December 22) in West Hollywood, Calif.

The 39-year-old actor hung out with the kiddos that day after their dad had to leave lunch early. Mom Jennifer Meyer was also present for the lunch.

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While out to eat, a JustJared.com spywitness said that “Leo was making the kids laugh hysterically by doing funny voices at the table.” So cute!

Leonardo‘s film The Wolf of Wall Street is set to be released this coming Wednesday (December 25)! The Martin Scorsese-directed flick also stars Matthew McConaughey, Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie, and more. Be sure to check it out!

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  • UncleLeo

    “Leo was making the kids laugh hysterically by doing funny voices at the table.”

    Awwwwww. I am in love with uncle Leo.

  • sorry Leo

    Leo wont be getting any Oscars for this sh*t, and I don’t think it will do that well at the box office either…

  • Academy

    I understand that Leo takes a candle up his arse. Definitely not the only thing that gets there. Bradley Cooper and Lukas Haas

  • HAHA12

    Its sad how some just wish failure for him on here. He probably won’t get nominated but the movie is sure to do good at the box office. And btw, it has gotten better reviews then Shutter Island so far.

  • @53

    LOL!!!

  • ####

    @HAHA12:

    You know a while ago, it seemed like the majority of the posters on the Leo threads wanted to see this movie. I wonder what happened to cause the shift. :-(

  • HAHA12

    @####:
    I don’t blame anyone who doesn’t want to watch it. It’s just become hard to even talk or be excited about seeing it on here because I feel like I’m going to be attacked for trying to defend Leo/Marty from the misogynistic labels they’ve been getting when I don’t think they were trying to be that at all based on what I’ve seen of the real Jordan Belfort. I love Leo but I wonder if it wasn’t worth making this movie, it’s gotten really good reviews but its caused way too much controversy.

  • ####

    @HAHA12:

    IMO I think the movie is going to do really well at the box office. The majority of the reviews are positive. I get that the story is based on someone’s life but it is still just a movie. I also get that some people don’t like movies with lots of drugs and sex in them and that’s fine but it’s not fair to bash the actor/director because they don’t like the content. Actors/directors are doing what they always do which is push the envelope with the films they create.

  • HAHA12

    @####:
    I agree with you. I understand the complaints of how women are portrayed in the film but it’s because its based on Belfort’s life, and men like him treated women as nothing but sex toys. I don’t think Marty and Leo were intending to be misogynistic for the sake of it, its just Belfort was an incredibly sexiest and misogynistic man. I get not wanting to watch the movie but it’s not like Leo is the only actor to play an unlikeable and evil character before and its not like Wolf will be the first movie ever with lots of sex and drugs. That’s all that was ever shown in 70s cinema..

  • CandiGurl

    @HAHA12: but shutter island sucked?

  • I wonder

    Where is his barely legal “chopstick-leg” Fräulein?

  • @61

    Go to sleep and have a dream about her, it might cure your obsession on her whereabouts

  • @61

    @I wonder: she’s in Germany being boring…

  • HAHA12

    @CandiGurl:
    I liked Shutter Island a lot but ik most people didn’t.

  • mim

    Leo is adorable. look at his face, he seems confuse LOL
    but, its about a time, and i hope Leo can have children, he seems have special bonding for tobey kids. its cute.

  • janet

    Two little boys would be great for Leonardo. A nice , christian and modesty wife for Leo would be great. Jesus is the Way, the life and the truth. Seek and follow Him. He loves you. The Holy Spirit is our comforter, friend, helper and guide. Let Him lead your every step. God says inner beauty is more inmpotant to Him, a gentle and quiet spirit. People look at outward beauty and appearance, job, money, car, house and etc. A person’s heart, character and personality are also more important. We are suppose to help one another. Dont worship idols, God is the Only God.

  • HAHA12

    Saw this posted on ONTD, a celebrity psychic predicts this about Leo’s 2014:
    Leo DiCaprio
    It’s very good year for him professionally, personally very up-and-down.
    http://psychicgossip.blogspot.ca/2013/12/2014-predictions.html

  • Interesting…

    @HAHA12: He basically just described the last 10 years of Leo’s life…

  • HAHA12

    @Interesting…:
    Yeah unfortunately :( But Leo doesn’t look like he’ll have any movies even out in 2014 so maybe this prediction is wrong. I hope it’s a good year for him personally, after this year I don’t know if he can get any lower. Time will tell.

  • Interesting…

    @HAHA12: Yeah me too!
    I was reading his predictions for other people, and they seemed pretty random
    But I really don’t know what Leo would be doing if he isn’t making or promoting a movie! It’s interesting to think about lol!
    I hope he truly can fall in love, because I remember reading a quote of his from a long time ago, where he said that was one of his goals in life. To be “truly” in love. I wonder if he still feels the same…
    Do you really feel like he’s had a “low” year?

  • HAHA12

    @Interesting…:
    He said that? Interesting, i never saw that quote before :) I certainly hope that happens for him some day, but he’s got to give it a shot first, don’t you think? Clubbing all night and the people he surrounds himself aren’t going to help him achieve that goal. But he’s just got to be willing to say enough is enough and change for the better instead of continuing to make the same choices again, if he really wants to be happier.
    And this is the first year I actually became a Leo fan and followed his life, except back in 2006-2007 when I appreciated him as an actor. That Leo seemed much happier and there wasn’t much gossip about him and I never felt the need to follow his life. But looking at this year, I would say it’s a really low year and the backlash against him has never worse than ever. The Leo from a couple of years ago was never this hated as he is now. And I think being snubbed for Django, all the internet jokes making fun of him, skipping Gatsby premiere to stay clubbing, just the whole Cannes vacation itself was gross and too much I didn’t want to see, then his relationship with Toni and being the butt of jokes for dating her, then all the negative stories like the US Open for example, the cheating rumors, and can’t forget his birthday video leaks…yeah I really think it was a brutal year for him press wise. Professionally he had a huge success with Gatsby, but personally this may be the lowest he’s ever been

  • Interesting…

    @HAHA12: Yeah he said it a long time ago (i don’t know if it’s before or during Kristen)
    http://www.interviewmagazine.com/film/new-again-leonardo-dicaprio/#_
    (Its towards the end if you don’t want to read the whole thing)

    Yeah, I wish he would date more age appropriate, and sometimes I feel like his crew are hangerons, but I don’t know. Sometimes he lacks substance in his personal life and maybe that’s because he won’t do anything out of his norm

  • HAHA12

    @Interesting…:
    Thanks for posting this, I’ll read it when I get a chance. I agree about him lacking substance in his personal life. Maybe the reason he always plays such dramatic and emotional characters is to act out genuine emotion he can’t/doesn’t feel in his personal life. His crew to me sound like bad types of people to be around for him, they probably encourage his behavior and support anything he does. He needs someone who can ground him, not feed his ego even more.

  • HAHA12

    Here’s the clip from Wolf of Margot putting her heel on Leo’s face for anyone interested
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-51mt2tIVw

  • psychics??

    WHERE FOR CHRIST’S SAKE IS LEO’S SOULMATE????????

  • Interesting…

    @HAHA12: Is her accent a little off?
    Maybe I just need to see more…

  • ####

    @HAHA12:

    LMAO!!!

  • HAHA12

    @Interesting…:
    It sounds pretty good to me! But the clip is awkward, like it feels very slow. I can’t believe she’s from Australia tbh :o

  • Slate

    Remember that scene in The Wolf of Wall Street when Leonardo DiCaprio (as the crooked stockbroker Jordan Belfort) and Jonah Hill (as his right-hand man and chief enabler Donnie Azoff) do an obscene amount of drugs and ostentatiously throw around their swindled millions and just generally act like complete amoral tools? No, the other one. No, the other other one. The truth is, that description fits nearly every scene in this three-hour-long movie. Epic in size but claustrophobically narrow in scope, The Wolf of Wall Street maintains a near-exclusive focus on the greed and self-indulgence of its proudly rapacious hero. Sometimes in voice-over, sometimes directly addressing the camera, Jordan narrates his and Donnie’s booze-and-Quaalude-fueled monkeyshines (which range from snorting drugs out of a hooker’s ass to throwing dwarfs-for-hire at a Velcro target board) in a cocky, self-satisfied tone. Hindsight and jail time, it seems, have done nothing to tarnish Belfort’s memories of how awesome it was to be young, high, and rich with other people’s money.

    Mind you, this is not to suggest that Belfort’s amorality is in itself a fault of The Wolf of Wall Street. Unredeemed jerks can make for transfixing movie heroes (and DiCaprio has played not a few such characters, from the slippery trickster of Catch Me If You Can to the shirt-tossing profligate of The Great Gatsby). But Scorsese and Terence Winter (the Emmy-winning Sopranos writer who adapted Belfort’s memoir for the screen) overestimate the audience’s ability or desire to watch Leo misbehave. The story’s relentless, unvarying rhythm—malfeasance, consumption, more malfeasance, more consumption—leaves the audience drained and annoyed. There’s a comic/horrific set piece late in the movie in which Jordan, too zonked on ‘ludes to form a coherent sentence, literally drags himself on his belly to his waiting sports car for a very ill-advised drive home from his country club. Coming as the culmination of a well-shaped storyline about Jordan’s mounting drug addiction and self-destructiveness, this scene might have been as bleakly funny as Scorsese (judging by how lovingly he documents every second of that crawl) seems to find it. But given that we’ve been watching this man get wasted and do stupid stuff for the past two hours already, Jordan’s arduous car crawl merely seems like an amplified (and endless) replay of what’s come before—for example, the early scene in which Donnie and Jordan play hooky from their job trading penny stocks at a low-rent Long Island brokerage firm to try out a promising new street drug called “crack.”

    I don’t mean to suggest that no coherent narrative worms its way into the 180-minute party montage that is The Wolf of Wall Street. The best scenes involve Jordan’s attempts to stay just out of reach of the FBI agent Patrick Denham (a blessedly understated Kyle Chandler), who’s trying to gather enough evidence to nail Jordan on insider trading, tax evasion, or whatever he can get. The film’s single strongest moment happens during a cat-and-mouse conversation between the two men that takes place on board Jordan’s cartoonishly luxurious yacht. (It has a helipad complete with helicopter.) While Jordan drops broad hints about bribery—he understands the hardships of working in law enforcement, he could find ways to make Denham’s life easier, etc.—the canny agent lies in wait for his mark to say something explicitly incriminating. This yacht scene crackles with the macho gamesmanship and latent violence that Scorsese so deftly explored in Goodfellas—a film this one resembles, for the most part, only superficially.

    The Australian actress Margot Robbie, who has the brittle, impossible prettiness of a life-sized Barbie, makes the most of her underwritten role as the “Duchess of Bay Ridge,” the outer-borough beauty who seduces Jordan away from his first wife. A scene where she sexually humiliates her husband in front of their baby’s crib, only to become the victim of Jordan’s turnabout nasty trick, points at the dark domestic comedy this could have been had Scorsese spent more screen time developing that relationship.

    Instead, there are a lot—a lot—of chemically enhanced dude-bonding scenes between DiCaprio and Hill, in between stylishly edited montages of churning stock tickers, ecstatic trading floors, and writhing strippers. Thelma Schoonmaker, Scorsese’s longtime editor, makes these individual fragments of storytelling feel kinetic and propulsive (aided by the soundtrack of pop, jazz, and blues songs by everyone from Billy Joel to Cannonball Adderley.) But even the best editing can’t create story out of a vacuum, and the world as Scorsese lets us glimpse it through Jordan Belfort’s eyes is pretty vacuous. I suspect that Scorsese chose to tell the story of Belfort’s late-‘80s/early-’90s rise and fall as a commentary on the 2008 crash, but it’s not clear what comment is being offered, since the only affect available to the viewer after the second straight hour of gonzo young-banker high jinks is a numb combination of boredom, disgust, and (I guess, if you aspire to snort coke out of prostitutes’ bums and mistreat your yacht captain) envy. Unlike the hapless marks that Jordan and Donnie sweet-talk into buying penny stocks, I just can’t bring myself to invest.

  • Interesting…

    @HAHA12: Yeah I’ll wait until I see the whole thing… Plus I don’t even know what Nadine is supposed to sound like.
    I can’t wait to see the movie though…

  • HAHA12

    @Interesting…:
    Omg, another person excited to watch it. I was beginning to think me ### and Zzzz were the only ones lol. To be fair Leo’s New York accent sounds a bit shaky too, but Margot sounds pretty good to me.

  • ####

    bibi gunn (@bibihorsy)
    12/23/13, 7:56 PM
    PETA petitions Leonardo DiCaprio not to work with primates again dailym.ai/JXyoYe via @MailOnline

    Daily mail has picked up the PETA petition about Leo working with the chimp

  • Interesting…

    @HAHA12: Oh yeah, i’ve been ready for this for months. The whole premise plus Leo has had me excited for a while!!!

  • HAHA12

    @Interesting…:
    Where were you when I was discussing this movie like a lone ranger for the past few months?? LOL. But that’s awesome, you’re aware of all the controversy its caused?

  • Interesting…

    @HAHA12: Lol… I’m sorry! I didn’t know you were fighting the cause by yourself!
    But yeah I’m super excited about this. I feel like I’ve been waiting for this 1 movie all year.
    I’m aware of the controversy, but I don’t agree with most of it. Especially when it comes to the criticism of Leo and Marty. Fault the people who actually participated in these selfish acts, but they’re just telling the story.
    To me it’s one of those examples where people are looking for a reason to be offended..

  • HAHA12

    @Interesting…:
    “I’m aware of the controversy, but I don’t agree with most of it. Especially when it comes to the criticism of Leo and Marty. Fault the people who actually participated in these selfish acts, but they’re just telling the story.”
    -
    Couldn’t agree more, at the same time I understand why one wouldn’t be interested in watching it but I don’t get why Leo and Marty are getting trashed so much. Someone accused me of not being a woman and misogynistic because I was defending them, which hurt a little so I cooled off from posting about the movie. I’ve been waiting for it to release since June, ever since Leo announced his break and started acting lazy I suspected this may be the last movie of his we’ll be seeing for awhile, and I’m ready just to watch it already. I’m glad another person is too. Have you read all the raves Leo has gotten? :)

  • Interesting…

    @HAHA12: Yeah, I was worried that the movie was being released too late for him to garner any attention, but I haven’t seen or read 1 bad thing about his performance thus far. My favorite film of his is Catch Me…
    And the critics are saying this is his best performance ever. I’m really happy for he and Marty, because at this point in both their careers, its hard to continue to get better!

  • Leokas

    Leo is going to be a great father to our son Leokas DiCaprio Haas Jr.! I just need to sneak him into bed first! ;)

  • Black sharpie
  • YALL ARE SO ANNOYING

    Can you guys shut up about the controversy about WOWS!!! YOU GUYS DIDN’T EVEN WATCH THE DAMN FILM, WATCH THE DAMN FILM THAN TALK ABOUT IT INSTEAD OF WONDERING WHAT OTHER PPL ARE SAYING ABOUT THE DAMN MOVIE. Leo has the weirdest and craziest and annoying fan girls ever

  • Amy

    @Oscar talk:

    Hmm… the candidates:

    1) Tobey!

    2) Lukas!

    3) Bradley!

    4) Orlando!

    5) Jonah!

  • HAHA12

    @Leokas:
    LMAO

  • Interesting…

    @YALL ARE SO ANNOYING: You don’t like what’s being said, then scroll!!!!
    No one was talking to you anyway!
    What’s annoying is when someone inserts themselves in something that has nothing to do with them!

  • HAHA12

    @Interesting…:
    Yeah same, I’m really glad for Leo getting the best reviews of his career, especially for pulling off comedy. I love him in Catch Me If You Can too.
    Unfortunately, he probably won’t be nominated and we’ll have to suffer another year of overused Oscar jokes :/

  • HAHA12

    @YALL ARE SO ANNOYING:
    No one here has watched it, yet it seems like many have already made up their minds about it.

  • Interesting…

    @HAHA12: yeah the oscar jokes are tired at this point. Especially considering some of the questionable people who do have oscars, I don’t even see it as a negative that he doesn’t have one.

  • HAHA12

    @Interesting…:
    Neither do I, it’s just annoying how you basically can’t read something or discuss something about Leo without the stupid Oscars being brought up. The jokes were hilarious last awards season I can’t lie but they got old fast. It’s pretty much the Oscars and models that people discuss about his life these days, and nothing else.

  • YALL ARE SO ANNOYING

    @HAHA12: @Interesting…:
    People need to stop heckling Leo about the damnb Oscar!!! DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY PPL HAVE WON OSCARS AND THEN THEIR CAREERS WENT DOWN THE DRAIN RIGHT AFTER!?!?! thats not leo, hes a good actor, don’t need damn oscar, they are all about politics and favourites ( ahem Jlaw) JUST LET HIM BE AND ENJOY WOWS AND THE HOLIDAYS

  • Amy

    @HAHA12:

    I haven’t seen it but it seems like from some of the reviews that some of the scenes are repetitive. That responsibility fell to Scorsese and his film editor and the fault lies there.

  • BZ girl

    Wishing everyone here a Merry Xmas or hannukkah… :)

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