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Intiman's Possible Summer; Leo Aids Museum

Leo• The city-run Seattle Center is hoping for a summer residency for the currently shut down Intiman Theatre company, reported The Seattle Times.

• Leonardo DiCaprio co-chaired Los Angeles County Museum of Art's inaugural annual Art + Film Gala, which raised $3 million for LACMA, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The place was filled with really, really, really, ridiculously good looking people, like Evan Rachel Wood and Olivia Wilde. Sadly, Zoolander was not seen.

• Hal Kanter, Emmy Award-winning comedy writer and creator of the landmark TV show "Julia," passed away at the age of 92. Read his obituary at The Hollywood Reporter.

• Theadora Van Runkle, Oscar-nominated costume designer, died in Los Angeles. She was 83. Read her obituary at The New York Times.

Pictured: Leonardo DiCaprio (Photo: Getty Images)

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