Leonardo DiCaprio will move one step closer to replacing Robert De Niro as Martin Scorsese’s most-favored muse, with Deadline confirming in its inimitably vainglorious way that the two have officially signed on for their fifth collaboration, The Wolf Of Wall Street. Production begins this August on a film that’s been rumored for years now, with Scorsese wresting it back from potential usurpers like Ridley Scott—which means the press release can now refer to it as a “gangster” picture about “the rise of new ‘modern’ gangsters in New York,” because Martin Scorsese, gangster picture, whaddaya need, a road.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" is the fifth film Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio have made together. Scorsese and Robert De Niro collaborated eight times, most recently for 1995's "Casino." (A rumored ninth pairing could be in the ... Read Post
We can stop wondering what Martin Scorsese will do to follow Hugo, and it won’t be his long-hoped for project Silence. Last month we heard that Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio would reunite to make their fifth film together: an adapt... Read Post