You hear "Wall Street comedy," and you might rightly think Wolf of Wall Street. But Jason Bateman is going in a totally different direction for his upcoming comedy IPO Man. Deadline reports Jason Bateman will star in and direct IPO Man, a comedy about a man who sold shares of stock in his own life. Show More Summary
This stuff sounds like a new-age “Wolf of Wall Street” Investor’s Wife Reveals Sex Trades, Drug Use On Wall Street Via PageSix: Christina Kelly says her investment-banker husband made her go the extra mile to help him land a
It sounds like something straight out of "The Wolf of Wall Street." Investment banker Sage Kelly — the global head of healthcare investment banking at Jefferies — is involved in a divorce and custody battle with his estranged wife Christina...Show More Summary
Apparently still feeling kind of strung out after The Wolf Of Wall Street, Martin Scorsese has decided to retire to the chillout tent and executive produce a documentary about the Grateful Dead. The as-yet-untitled film will be directed...Show More Summary
As if Jordan Belfort’s office speeches in Wolf of Wall Street weren’t ridiculous enough, someone combined 30 seconds of the movie with
There are times when the Internet seems like nothing so much as a giant chemistry lab in which the aspiring John Frinks and Julius Kelps of the world take seemingly incompatible or incongruous elements of popular culture and combine them in the hopes of creating some new, third thing which will benefit society. Show More Summary
BBH introduces the likeable Sofa Bear in a new ad for Virgin Media, plugging its “Big Kahuna Movies Bundle.” The 60-second spot opens on the bear, sprawled out on the couch watching The Wolf of Wall Street. “That’s Ed,” intones a nature...Show More Summary
Some mash-up clips combine two pop-culture entities to such a beautiful extent that they actually elevate them. And that’s exactly what Marca Blanca’s combination of System Of A Down’s 2001 track Chop Suey and Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf Of Wall Street does. Show More Summary
"There’s two kinds of people in this world. There’s hammers. And there’s nails. You decide which one you want to be." That’s the advice dished out in the sleek, sexy first trailer for Will Smith’s Focus, a thriller that teams him with the gorgeous Wolf of Wall Street siren Margot Robbie. Show More Summary
Will Smith asks Margot Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street), "Does it feel sexy on your face?" in the first trailer for Focus, the thriller about a con-artist and his intern. The movie was originally supposed to star Ben Affleck and Kristen...Show More Summary
In Focus, Will Smith is an experienced con man who leads a well-organized ring of criminals. Then he meets an up and coming grifter played by Margot Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street) and the con games get complicated for both of them. Written...Show More Summary
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Situated somewhere between Tribeca and Hades is this two-story townhouse, which is currently owned by Alan Wilzig, the real life version of a Wolf of Wall Street character (he introduced Leonardo DiCaprio's character to his future wife). Show More Summary
Show off your sassy side with these lights - Houzz 13 tried-and-true tips to keep your home clean longer - Real Simple Real-life Wolf of Wall Street character lists his home for $44 million - Curbed Simple bathroom makeovers that take...Show More Summary
Who would've thought that Alan Wilzig, the entrepreneur and semi-professional race car driver who inspired a minor character in The Wolf of Wall Street and later called out Martin Scorsese on Facebook for his "nerdy" portrayal in the film,...
Alan Wilzig, a real-life inspiration for a character in Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street,” has sold his Tribeca condo for $43.5 million without a broker, The Real Deal reports. The entrepreneur and semi-professional race car driver posted the home on Zillow.com as well as Facebook. Show More Summary
Books adapted for the screen regularly rack up critical acclaim – think of Life of Pi, Argo, 12 Years a Slave, The Wolf of Wall Street, Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Twilight. But it’s hard to think of equivalent successes for films adapted from video games, even looking back 20 years to the first,...
‘The Names,’ billed as “The Wolf of Wall Street meets Kill Bill,” is a radical thriller that’s both ruthlessly impassioned and viciously ruckus. It’s also cliffhanger city. The last page doesn’t come close to alleviating the built-up tension from 22-pages of sizzling mystery and bloody action…it only intensifies it. The juxtaposition of the widowed Katya […]
Back in April, it was announced that director Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) and star Leonardo DiCaprio (The Wolf of Wall Street) were boarding Sony's hotly-anticipated biopic of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, but The Hollywood Reporter says the Titanic star has now left the project.