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April 23, 2003 - Cops raiding a Paris apartment of two men suspected of running a prostitution ring found a picture of Leonardo DiCaprio with two hookers, according to the London Sun. "Itís totally ridiculous," DiCaprio's spokesman tells Jeannette Walls of MSNBC.com. "The police themselves say he had nothing to do with this. Itís another example of a tabloid looking to sell papers." Read more.

April 22, 2003 - The Russian International Film Festival has awarded actor Leonardo DiCaprio its Tower Award for his contribution to world cinema. Read more.

April 13, 2003 - The New York Post reports Leo DiCaprio is taking on three foes who pack an even meaner punch than Bill the Butcher: Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell and Jim Carrey. All three are hard at work on movies that directly compete with some of DiCaprio's pet projects. Read more.

April 12, 2003 - Stephen Baldwin is scolding his brother Daniel for telling Leonardo DiCaprio he's going to "kick his ass." Stephen Baldwin wrote in the Las Vegas Sun.: "I'd like to set the record straight. I was informed that there was a possibility that Leonardo DiCaprio might be available to join me at my Las Vegas golf event. There were never any promises that Leonardo would attend, although he did strongly indicate to me that he would try to stop by. Leonardo DiCaprio acted appropriately and in good faith. My brother's reaction was based on misinformation." DiCaprio's rep, Ken Sunshine, told the New York Daily News, "I hope this finally puts this idiocy to rest."

April 12, 2003 - Variety reports Tom Cruise and Leonardo DiCaprio are racing to tell the big-screen story of one of 19th-century Chicago's most notorious serial killers, H.H. Holmes. Cruise and producing partner Paula Wagner have optioned author Erik Larson's bestseller, The Devil In The White City. Holmes is also the subject of a competing film being developed by DiCaprio's Appian Way production company for the Gangs Of New York actor to produce and star in. Read more.

April 10, 2003 - Star magazine reports avid environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio loves to tout his Toyota Prius, but he was recently caught filling up his gas guzzling V-8 745 BMW.

April 10, 2003 - Us Weekly reports that Leonardo DiCaprio and the married Cox-Arquette duo moved to their Hollywood Hills neighborhood to avoid the media spotlight, and were shocked to learn that NBC is shooting "Next Action Star" in a rented house nearby. In that show, produced by Joel Silver, 12 contestants will compete to win a role in a TV movie to be produced by Silver.

April 9, 2003 - The Las Vegas Sun reports two of the Baldwin brothers, Daniel of NBC's "Homicide" and Stephen of "The Usual Suspects" are furious that DiCaprio partied all over Las Vegas last weekend -- but didn't show up at a charity event they hosted, despite the fact they arranged for the private plane that went to Los Angeles and got him. Now, Daniel wants to confront Leo and "kick his ass." Read more.

April 8, 2003 - The Las Vegas Review Journal reports Leonardo DiCaprio was spotted spending most of Saturday afternoon playing video games with pals at the Palms video arcade, next door to Brendan Theatres, where his 'Catch Me If You Can' is playing. Later, he and his posse dined at N9NE and partied in the 'Real World' suite and in a VIP area on the stage at Rain.

April 4, 2003 - Leonardo DiCaprio watched the Los Angeles Lakers play the Memphis Grizzlies at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. He attended the game with fellow actor Lukas Haas. Check out pictures from ISIFA.com.

April 3, 2003 - WENN reports Leonardo DiCaprio is to guest edit National Geographic Kids magazine in a bid to prompt his younger fans to become more environmentally conscious. The new magazine hits newsstands across America next month.

April 3, 2003 - WENN reports Leonardo DiCaprio is to guest edit National Geographic Kids magazine in a bid to prompt his younger fans to become more environmentally conscious. Read more.

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