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Miami filmmakers ink deal with Leonardo DiCaprio’s company

Jaydee Freixas
Jaydee Freixas

Mazel to Miami filmmaker (Magic City Memoirs) Jaydee Freixas and partner Tony Gonzalez (brother of UM football Hall of Famer Joaquin Gonzalez) who just made a major deal with Paramount and Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way production company, which bought the rights held by Freixas and Gonzalez to The Corporation, a Cuban- American crime saga by T.J. English that will eventually star Benicio Del Toro.

Other bidders for the rights, according to Paramount, were Sony, Brett Ratner’s Ratpac and Universal. Freixas and Gonzalez are also working on a movie that will shoot in Miami later this year. Vandal will be set in Wynwood and will be Freixas’s directorial debut.

NFL party boy Rob Gronkowski was seen having a mellow dinner Tuesday with friends at Meat Market. And while the New England Patriots tight end is on the verge of becoming Miami’s most ubiquitous celeb on the scene, the reigning king, Flo Rida, was seen hanging with friends Monday at Rockwell.

Colombian reggaeton singer Maluma and a group of friends were spotted dining Monday night at Daniel Boulud’s db Bistro Moderne, drinking wine and laughing. On Tuesday, Maluma (aka Juan Luis Londoño Arias) his friends and his mom had dinner at Prime 112. The performer, who recently set a record on Instagram as the first “male Latino to break 10 million followers,” will be back in town on April 23 for a show at AAA.


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Ivana Trump was seen lunching with about 10 pals Sunday at an outdoor table at Quattro on Lincoln Road.