Oh, Oscar award, why art thou ever so elusive?
As stellar his acting performances are, Leonardo DiCaprio has never won an Oscar. Not even once during his entire career. And now he’s already 40 years of age.
This has made many fans wonder and, in many instances, have made Leo the butt of jokes. Oh, poor Leo. We hope you get to bring an award home one of these days.
Well, we can all hope that his new film will finally break his record of losing year after year.
While filming The Revenant in Canada, DiCaprio slept in animal corpses and ate raw bison liver,
To be released on theaters during the Christmas season, The Revenant will once again showcase the actor’s amazing talents. This western-themed thriller will star Leo alongside Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight Rises, Mad Max: Fury Road) and Will Poulter (The Maze Runner, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader).
We’re still waiting for its trailer but from what we’re hearing, we can tell DiCaprio really gave his everything for this project.
Director Alejandro González Iñárrit (Birdman, Babel) described the filming experience as a “living hell” while the full-bearded Leo (a farcry from his boyish image on Titanic) has reportedly suffered consistent hypothermia, slept inside animal corpses, and even ate raw bison liver often. Ewww.
“The truth is that I knew what I was getting into. This was a film that had been floating around for quite some time, but nobody was crazy enough to really take this on.”
We hope you bring home the bacon this time around, man! Let’s not wait for this meme to come true:
Secret Unraveled Behind Michael Jackson’s Gravity-Defying Dance Move
Childhood mystery finally solved!
“Smooth Criminal” is undoubtedly one of Michael Jackson’s biggest hits. The dancy music and catchy refrain (“Annie, are you okay?”) has made the song a favorite among many.
It is therefore not surprising that it has become one of the most covered tracks from the Bad album.
Off the top of my head, I can recall Alien Ant Farm covered the song several years ago. More recently though, a group of Japanese musicians did their own rendition using traditional instruments such as bamboo flute and a harpa. Both are praiseworthy and interesting, but frankly, the original version is still way better.
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Gone are the days when people can tell you that creating those “stupid YouTube videos” is a complete waste of time. These days, you can actually earn millions if you hit the right notes and, of course, have a multitude of followers.
Several blog entries ago, we shared with you about CaptainSparklez or Jordan Maron in real life. This 23-year-old guy just purchased a hilltop mansion in Hollywood Hills worth $4.5 million. His main source of income? Posting Minecraft videos on YouTube.
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These Japanese Bamboo Flute Players Cover Michael Jackson’s ‘Smooth Criminal’ And It Is Amazing!
These Japanese bamboo players took ‘Smooth Criminal’ to a whole new greatness level.
We think no one could ever dethrone Michael Jackson in his "King of Pop" label. Even though he had already passed away, his charm, good music and overall energy during his performances shall linger on and on for the next generations.
One of the many things that people loved about Michael is of course, his portfolio of songs. His songs are upbeat, unique and would definitely make anyone want to dance. Among the all-time favorites is "Smooth Criminal," which is Michael's seventh single from his 1987 album Bad. The song has a fast-paced beat and is perfectly combined with well-written lyrics, featuring the story of Annie, who was attacked in her apartment by a "smooth" assailant.
Fast forward to the present, "Smooth Criminal" has had many appearances in various MJ re-released and greatest hits album. Young musicians have come up with their own covers, hoping to relieve the greatness of the "King." But we think one of the most interesting covers of the song is its Japanese instrumental version, featuring Professional shakuhachi (bamboo flute) player Yoshimi Tsujimoto and a backup duo of koto (Japanese harpa) players, including Yuko Watanabe.
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