Last night, Leonardo DiCaprio was up for Best Actor at the 86th Academy Awards for his role in "The Wolf of Wall Street." Spoiler: He didn't take home the award. Instead, it went to his "Wolf" co-star Matthew McConaughey, who starred in "Dallas Buyers' Club." It's the fifth time DiCaprio has been nominated for an Oscar and has gone home empty handed. Show More Summary
Despite another extraordinary performance in The Wolf of Wall Street, actor Leonardo DiCaprio has Leonardo DiCaprio Once Again Snubbed At Oscars - -
Were things really as crazy as Scorsese made them out to be? Ritholtz Wealth Management financial advisor and “Reformed Broker” Josh Brown recently went on Yahoo Finance’s Breakout to help separate fact from fiction and discuss how things really were at Stratton Oakmont, the brokerage on which Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street is based. Show More Summary
Isn’t it about time that everyone’s favourite Klingon got his own Oscar-winning film? More »
(Getty) 5. Leonardo Dicaprio. The Internet feels really bad today for #PoorLeo. Leonardo Dicaprio has now been nominated for an Oscar four times as an actor (and once as a producer on Wolf of Wall Street) and he has lost every single time. Show More Summary
Leonardo DiCaprio: always the bridesmaid at the Oscars, never the bride. Despite giving arguably the best performance career in The Wolf of Wall Street, give or take a New Lassie appearance, the man they call Poor Leo was denied an Academy Award…again. He’s now zilch-for-four, having lost to Tommy Lee Jones, Jamie Foxx, Forest Whitaker, and Matthew McConaughey.
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The Wolf of Wall Street went home from Oscar night Sunday empty-handed, winning awards in exactly none of the five categories for which it received nominations. Perhaps most notably, the film’s star Leonardo DiCaprio went home now a career 0-4 in Oscar bids, despite what appeared to be an aggressive campaign to win the Best... Show More Summary
Watching Leonardo DiCaprio lose out on yet another Oscar was sad to watch the first time, but the moment is even sadder on a loop. DiCaprio landed a nomination for Best Actor for his leading role in "The Wolf of Wall Street," but lost out Sunday night, March 2, to "Dallas Buyers Club" star Matthew McConaughey. Show More Summary
Three hours long and The Wolf of Wall Street still didn't find time for what it really needed: Klingons. This video fixes that problem by making Worf from Star Trek: The Next Generation the anti-hero of Martin Scorsese's film.
Unfortunately Leonardo DiCaprio just doesn’t seem to be good enough to win an Oscar for “Best Actor”. Leo was nominated for “Best Actor” for his role in The Wolf Of Wall Street, but instead the award went to Matthew McConaughey for his role in Dallas Buyer’s Club. Show More Summary
Poor Leonardo DiCaprio. Not only did his passion project "The Wolf of Wall Street" get shutout at the 86th Academy Awards, but he also lost the Best Actor Oscar -- again.
Leonardo DiCaprio didn’t win an Oscar for his role in The Wolf of Wall Street last night. That means that, despite consistently delivering some of the most memorable performances in film history, Leo still has a grand sum of zero Oscars. While many argue that Matthew McConaughey truly deserved Best Actor for his brilliant turn […]
The movie "The Wolf of Wall Street" was very controversial from the start and that may have been the reason it failed to win an Oscar. Leonardo DiCaprio's portrayal of a "boiler room" stock fraudster and his brazen, over-the-top sex and drug-crazed criminality would have made Al Capone blush. Show More Summary
A Wolf of Wall Street trailer parody starring everyone’s favorite Klingon: Worf! [doubleg1701]
Sure, it's not a real movie, and is technically just a Star Trek: The Next Generation-filled parody of The Wolf of Wall Street trailer, but my god it is awesome. After all, revenge is a dish best served with 10-15 quaaludes a day. Read more...
On the red carpet last night, over the roar of screaming crowds, one of the celebrities who inspired them described his attraction to Wolf of Wall Street. "I just became completely obsessed with Jordan Belfort's novel. It's kind of a, you know, a film about our times. Show More Summary
The magic number for far too many movies last night at the Academy Awards? Zero. That’s how many Oscars, combined, were won by American Hustle, The Wolf of Wall Street, Captain Phillips, Philomena and Nebraska. Four of the nine Best Picture nominees dominated the major Oscar categories. Show More Summary
The 2014 Academy Awards last night brought a few surprises, with 12 Years a Slave and Gravity taking out the night’s top honors, while Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street and American Hustle went home empty-handed. Steve McQueen’s… ’12 Years A Slave’ and ‘Gravity’ Win Big at the 2014 Oscars is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
There is an interesting lawsuit that is an outgrowth of the new “Wolf of Wall Street” movie over the character Nicky “Rugrat” Koskoff, described in the lawsuit as the ultimate loser. The problem is that lawyer Andrew Greene says that the character is based on him and makes him look like “a criminal, drug user, […]