Yeah, she's got a Hollywood agent now ... but Holly Holm is refusing to "go Hollywood" -- in fact, she just turned down a role in a huge movie to focus on her upcoming fight.
Our sources tell us ... Holm was contacted to appear in a major studio movie -- but respectfully declined because the film dates interfered with her final fight prep for UFC on FOX in July, where she'll take on Valentina Shevchenko.
We reached out to Holm's rep, Lenny Fresquez, who wouldn't comment on the movie situation -- but did tell us that Holm has been receiving "an unbelievable amount of calls" from movie and TV producers.
Fresquez says Holm recently hired the APA agency to handle the non-fight related side of her career -- but insists that her main focus is still taking care of business inside the Octagon.
"She's focused on fighting," Fresquez says ... "We don't want to make the same mistakes that somebody else made."
Leonardo DiCaprio's too busy jet-setting around the world to sit for a deposition ... at least according to the guy suing Martin Scorsese and Paramount for his portrayal in "The Wolf of Wall Street," -- and now he wants a judge to tell Leo he's gotta show up to get grilled.
According to legal docs, Andrew Greene, an ex-business partner of Jordan Belfort -- the real 'Wolf' -- says he'll fly to L.A. to meet with Leo if that's what the actor needs.
According to the letter, the studio's lawyers claim Leo's got a busy schedule and instead they've offered another witness -- an executive from the actor's production company.
Andrew's lawyers say that won't cut it, saying they've already deposed Scorsese, and the movie's screenwriter, Terence Winter. Now they want Leo.
Michu Meszaros, the circus star who played "ALF" for four seasons, has passed ... his longtime manager, Dennis Varga, confirmed to TMZ.
He'd been rushed to an L.A. hospital over a week ago after being found unresponsive at his home and had been in a coma since.
Michu was born in Hungary and began performing in the circus in his teens. He was only 33 inches tall coining him the unofficial title as "the smallest man on earth." He eventually joined Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus in the '70s.
He was close friends with Michael Jackson after the pop star saw him perform. Michu was reportedly a regular at Neverland Ranch, present during MJ's courtship to Lisa Marie and even knew Michael's kids.
He landed the role of walkaround ALF in the '80s.
Varga has set up a GoFundMe page to help pay for funeral costs and medical bills.
UFC badass Ronda Rousey's secret is out ... she's a big softy at heart.
Check out the book Rousey was carrying Thursday as she left Glendale Fighting Club. It's Jojo Moyes' wildly popular romantic novel "Me Before You," which was made into a major chick flick that came out last week.
Disney's "Finding Dory" is causing a rift in the exotic fish community ... which believes the movie could bring a financial boom -- but also massacre the fish population.
We called a bunch of fish dealers who say they've stocked up on blue tangs -- Dory's species -- expecting a rush once the movie premieres. The same spike happened for clownfish after "Finding Nemo."
Tangs ain't cheap -- one goes for $40 to $60 ... So there's big money to be made.
But many experts told us they're worried tons of blue tangs will die when parents flock to buy the fragile fish for kids because tangs require a very specific, exotic tank setup. As one enthusiast put it ... fish novices "will kill these creatures."
One store owner sounded like he had PTSD from the 'Nemo' craze, and said he's stocking ZERO blue tangs ... just to avoid the "screaming kids."
When Ironman and Spider-Man aren't suited up, they're just two regular guys hitting the town in practically matching outfits.
Robert Downey Jr. and Tobey Maguire took a stroll Wednesday afternoon in Venice, CA -- and looked to be deep in conversation ... most likely about the new "Spider-Man: Homecoming" flick that's gonna star both Marvel heroes.
Before you get too excited, someone else is playing Spider-Man in that movie.
Maybe RDJ's just trying to understand Spidey's overall motivation.
The world's loneliest dog is getting her big break in Hollywood -- and possibly a new home -- thanks to mega director Michael Bay, who just cast the pooch in 'Transformers 5.';
Freya, a Staffordshire bull terrier who suffers from epilepsy, got on Bay's radar after a report about her being in the same rescue shelter for 6 years with no takers. The shelter estimates she's been passed up 18,000 times!
Freshfields Animal Rescue Center says Bay's camp called and confirmed the director was hell-bent on finding a role for Freya. Bay also promised to adopt her if no one else had by the time filming starts this August in the U.K.
That seems unlikely ... Freshfields says it's gotten at least 100 offers to adopt Freya since she became a celebrity, and has already visited with a potential family.