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The Oscars are almost here and on everyone’s mind is this: Will it finally be Leonardo DiCaprio’s year?
With his raw and stunning performance in The Revenant, plus a diverse resume that includes The Wolf of Wall Street, The Great Gatsby, Django Unchained, Inception, Catch Me If You Can, and, yes, Titanic, DiCaprio has secured himself a reputation as one of Hollywood’s greats.
And we can’t get enough of him. When we’re not watching his movies, we’re following him across the covers and pages of our favorite magazines, catching every glimpse into the superstar’s life.
According to IMDB, DiCaprio has been on a magazine cover 113 times, and has been interviewed and written about in Entertainment Weekly, Time, GQ, Rolling Stone, People, Us, American Cinematographer, Esquire, TV Guide, Vanity Fair and more. And he’s been in plenty of international magazines, too.
Clearly, he’s got our attention and we’ll all be waiting to hear the verdict on February 28th.
But no matter what happens at this year’s Oscars, we’ll still love Leo for all that he is and all that he’s given us. Please join me in an ode to Mr. DiCaprio, not through verse, but through gifs.
Oh, Leo. With Titanic, you splashed onto the scene. One flip of your hair was all it took to make us fall in love with you.
But like an iceberg, your performance in Titanic was just the tip of your stunning career. You are truly a man of many hats.
Performance after performance, you’ve showed us what it’s like to fly.
You’ve made us laugh
You’ve made us cry
We’ve felt ALL the feels.
You’ve got the moves.
And no one can say “white cake” quite like you.
So here’s to you, Leo.
You do you, and never quit.
Have you started your holiday shopping yet? More than likely, you’re planning and prepping for your Thanksgiving meal, which is just a few short weeks away. But right on the heels of that tasty task comes the countdown to Christmas.
Whether you don’t think you’ve got time to squeeze one (or several) shopping trips into your busy schedule or, let’s be honest, you can’t stand the crowds, Magazines.com is here to help. We’ve got thousands of gift choices ranging from magazines to books and movies to music and more.
But to help you kick off that holiday shopping spree, we’re offering a selection of some of our most popular titles with prices up to 90 percent off. To give you a preview of what’s on sale, here’s a gift guide broken down by the type of recipients who might be on your ‘nice’ list.
For the Fashionista
From impeccably stylish finds to tips for appearing effortlessly beautiful, the fashion lover on your list will find everything she needs to feel confident from head to toe in magazines like Marie Claire, Redbook and Cosmopolitan.
For the Entertainment Junkie
Whether it’s on the big screen in the theater or the flat screen at home, the movie and TV lover needs to know what’s hot, what’s not, what’s next and when to set the DVR, and Entertainment Weekly or TV Guide will make ideal gifts.
For the News Buff
Know an avid consumer of the latest headlines? There’s plenty of magazines to suit his or her taste. Time magazine is an economic and political catch-all. Popular Science is perfect for the science and technology lover. And ESPN The Magazine covers the latest in sports.
For the (Healthy) Chef
Tis the season to be indulgent, but some culinary enthusiasts prefer to keep it light year round. Both Cooking Light and Vegetarian Times can help ensure that anything from an entrée to a dessert maintains its great taste—even while making it healthier.
For the Outdoorsman (or Woman)
This group loves the great outdoors, and there’s a magazine for just about any category. Field & Stream is a must for the hunter and fisher. No car aficionado should be without Motor Trend or Car and Driver. And the really creative types will appreciate Outdoor Photographer.
There’s not much a dollar can buy these days—save for the specially-priced items at any fast-food establishment or discount stores with the price advertised in the name. It’s even more difficult to something for a dollar that lasts longer than just a short period of time.
But that’s not the case with the Christmas in July $1 Sale! For a limited time, more than 50 magazines are on sale for just $1 or less per issue. And there’s something for everyone on your holiday shopping list—or just for you.
Any of these subscriptions could make great stocking stuffers your recipient can look forward to every month. Or pair them with complementary gadgets or items to make great gifts—for Christmas or any other occasion.
Here’s a preview of the titles on sale and the type of person they’d appeal to.
For Fashion Lovers: Get your glam on with haute titles like InStyle, Marie Claire and Nylon covering the latest trends from head to toe.
For Parents: Turn to titles like Parents, Parenting Early Years or Parenting School Years for kid-friendly activities and advice for any age.
For Thrillseekers: Feed your need for freedom on the open road or on the water through magazines like Motor Trend, Motorcyclist or Sail.
For Entertainment Junkies: Get the news on every reality TV show to the latest summer blockbuster with TV Guide and Entertainment Weekly.
For News Buffs: Can’t get enough of the day’s latest headlines? Titles like Time and Newsweek delve deeper into politics, global issues and more.
For Businessmen (or Women): Stay on top of the business world outside of the boardroom with Fortune, Forbes or Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
For Outdoorsmen (or Women): Be prepared for the big game in the field or the big catch on the water with titles like Field & Stream or Outdoor Life.
For Sports Nuts: Go in-depth on your favorite sports, news and rumors with subscriptions to Sports Illustrated, ESPN The Magazine or Sports Weekly.
For Techies: Geek out with the latest gadgets with titles like Popular Science, Laptop Magazine or Connected World.
For Artists and Dreamers: Learn to express yourself creatively with magazines like Outdoor Photographer, Making Music or Poets & Writers.