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Razzi Snap: DiCaprio's NYC Bike Ride Labelled "Un-Cool"

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leonardo dicaprio, bike, new york cityAs he’s been doing more of lately, Leonardo DiCaprio hit the streets of NYC on a bike last weekend with some buddies. Joined by fellow actors Lukas Haas, Tobey Maguire and Kevin Dillon — Leo and Co. rode around New York’s East Village neighborhood. One witness, however, didn’t think the famous posse was that hip. “It was surreal,” the source said of the stars’ bicycle journey Friday. “They were laughing with each other, checking out the girls and having a good time — but their mode of transport was really un-cool.” Psh! Sounds prett cool to us. [Read more…]

Matt Damon took part in a grueling 68-mile South African bike race on Sunday to help raise money for the Make A Difference charity. The actor was joined by his his brother, Kyle, and the man he’s playing in a new film by Clint Eastwood, former rugby captain Francois Pienaar. Said Damon, “It was windy at first. We had a bunch of bike problems so we were on the side of the road quite a bit but it is nice to finish, it was beautiful.” [Read more…]

Pete Postlethwaite, star of the new eco-documentary, The Age of Stupid, doesn’t just play a concerned environmental activist on the screen — he’s also living green at home. A wind turbine, solar paneling and a woodchip stove are all a part of the mix. “I must give my wife Jacqui credit here – she educated me,” he says. “She’s very passionate about the environment, studied it for her OU degree and instituted the system where our rubbish gets recycled via 14 different-coloured bins. I’m joking. It’s only 12…” [Read more…]

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