Tobey Maguire and Leonardo DiCaprio, 25-Year BFFs, Reunite

Two longtime, famous-name pals are back together.

After a two-year professional break to spend more time with his family, Tobey Maguire returns to the big screen by teaming up with his longtime pal Leonardo DiCaprio for director Baz Luhrmann’s new 3D adaptation of novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 classic, The Great Gatsby, opening May 10.

A Few Reasons to Get Excited About The Great Gatsby Movie

From the Jazz-Age fashions to the Prohibition-Era cocktails to the one-of-a-kind cars, viewers will be able to relive the Roaring ’20s vicariously through the film adaptation of novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic The Great Gatsby, scheduled to hit theaters on May 10.

True, the Baz Luhrmann-directed film also boasts an all-star cast – Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and Tobey Maguire, for starters – but here are a few other reasons why the 3D film already ranks as a must-see.

Leonardo DiCaprio & Carey Mulligan's Great Gatsby to Open Cannes

Great Scott, the Cannes Film Festival has its opening film – and accompanying stars!

Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan are expected to attend the French festival’s opening night, as their film The Great Gatsby – Baz Luhrmann’s extravagant take on the classic F. Scott Fitzgerald novel – will kick off the festivities May 15.

Is Leonardo DiCaprio Dating an Australian Model? Or Two?

Leonardo DiCaprio’s recent split with Blake Lively may have left him seeing double Down Under, where he’s been linked to not one, but two models, according to local reports.

Why Were Blake Lively & Leonardo DiCaprio Having Dinner Together?

When newly single Blake Lively is spotted dining with Leonardo DiCaprio, eyebrows are sure to raise.

But was the duo’s dinner at New York City eatery The Lion more business than pleasure?

Sources tell PEOPLE that although Lively, 23, and DiCaprio, 35, were indeed sitting next to each other, they were not sitting alone.

The dinner “was with Baz [Luhrmann] and five other people,” a source says.

Baz Luhrmann to Duel with Joey Fatone

‘N Sync-er Joey Fatone may be off and warbling in Broadway’s long-running “Rent,” loosely based on the Italian opera “La Boheme” – but that’s not stopping another production of the Puccini opera from being mounted on the Great White Way this fall.

Besides Puccini, this new version of the tragic Bohemian lovers tale has quite a pedigree: Its director is none other than “Moulin Rouge” director Baz Luhrmann, who’s already hired his young cast of 50 for the production.