LeBron James Is Already Having Dinner With Al Pacino & Leonardo DiCaprio In L.A.
© Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports
LeBron James has only officially been Laker for a couple of days and he is already dining with Hollywood's biggest stars Al Pacino and Leonardo DiCaprio. Wasting no time...
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That was the situation at Avra Beverly Hills on Wednesday night -- where the newest L.A. Lakers star broke bread with two of the most powerful men in Hollywood.
And, get this ... it seems Leonardo DiCaprio tried to run interference for Al and Bron -- because after the meal, Leo went out the front while the other two guys went out the back!



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2 of the most powerful men in hollywood?
Reply7 days
I like the flashlight trick to prevent photos. Never seen that before.
Reply7 days
Part time movie theatre usher, part time security detail
7 days
Dudes that work for paparazzi just sound like virgins
Reply7 days
IM. JUST. GETTING. WARMED UP!!
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JW
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might have to with the papparazzi? Lebron is the hottest ticket in town so of course they are going hound him. have you ever been in LA around any decent restaurant ? they are waiting for everyone.
Reply7 days
So much of LA seems to be pure scum
Reply7 days
Leonardo just puts on hood and walks out the front, everyone else sneaks out the back
Reply7 days
I’m fine with privacy and all but he was just asking if they were gonna work together..... what’s wrong with a simple yes or no why do they have to act like it’s some secret.
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