A first look at the feature film based on HBO’s Entourage. This time, Vincent and his pals have been working on a big budget movie – using Ari’s money. Is it just us, or does Wolf of Wall Street make their antics seem tame? (Thanks Everyone!)
If, like me, you read about the teenager who allegedly made $72m on the stock market with his tutoring money (yes, he was lying, big surprise) and thought ‘maybe I could do that with a bit of seed money,’ listen up. Nenx is aimed squarely at you. Show More Summary
Recently Scott Tobias of the Dissolve revisited The Wolf of Wall Street, which came out one year ago, and concluded that it “holds up as a spectacular piece of filmmaking.” Was there any doubt? Few directors have exhibited the consistent...Show More Summary
I finally watched The Wolf of Wall Street last night. No leftist has ever made a stronger indictment of capitalism. Nor an indictment of capitalism with more cocaine and sex. That it is not a leftist movie and in fact is totally apolitical only makes it stronger. I also find people fretting over Scorsese’s own […]
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In the spirit of generosity, and with due acknowledgement of the facts not yet in evidence, I wrote yesterday that while the attention-grabbing claims of the widely-repeated "Teen Wolf of Wall Street" story had been debunked - high-school...Show More Summary
An alleged high school millionaire admits his story was "total fiction"
A remarkable story by Jessica Pressler at New York magazine spread through mediaspace with lightning speed on Monday, reappearing in major media outlets with a speed normally only achieved by Star Wars Episode VII teasers flashing across...Show More Summary
Call him the Wolf of Wall Street in training. Mohammed Islam is a 17-year-old senior at New York City's prestigious Stuyvesant High School. But while the rest of his Stuyvesant peers have been stressing out over classwork and college applications, Islam has been laboring over a far more lucrative pursuit: trading stocks. Show More Summary
Mohammed "Mo" Islam, 17, is a high student at New York's prestigious Stuyvesant High School. He's also a multimillionaire and not even legally an adult. He's apparently a real life teen Wolf of Wall Street… that just gave us a great idea for a crossover film about a young, stock trading werewolf… Anyway, Mo allegedly has made around [...]
“Jordan Belfort style” was how Leonardo DiCaprio was described when it came to his recent bout of partying that seems to mimic the high-flying financial broke lifestyle depicted in the Wolf Of Wall Street where parties get crazy and the women are acting crazy over the men. Show More Summary
Amazing actor. Still in character from Wolf of Wall Street.
Las Vegas, Nevada, 1954. Courtesy Magnum Photos. Photo by Elliott Erwitt There's at least one scene in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street that speaks to a higher truth about the financial industry—and, incidentally, to why almost no one you know will have enough money for retirement. Show More Summary
Michelle Miller, a former banker at JP Morgan, just landed a six-figure book deal based on her self-published online series "The Underwriting," a 12-part weekly serial found on theunderwriting.com. The corporate thriller series is being...Show More Summary
Dude thinks he’s “The Wolf Of Wall Street” and Jay Gatsby in real life… Leo DiCaprio Parties In South Beach For Art Basel, Leaves Club With 20 Women And here we thought Drake was a problem in these streets.
Leonardo DiCaprio is enjoying single life. The actor, who recently broke up with his girlfriend Toni Garrn, reportedly left a night club this weekend with about 20 women. Yes. 20. The Wolf Of Wall Street was reportedly partying in the VIP section of a Miami nightclub with other celebrities like Joe Jonas and Brandon Davis. When […]
December means it is too cold to go outside, so brew up some hot chocolate and snuggle up on the couch for some Netflix binge watching.The streaming service has released the list of titles coming in December for users to close out 2014 -- and it has some pretty exciting choices. Show More Summary
Great news, TV fans — Netflix has announced its streaming lineup for December and for the first time you’ll be able to watch acclaimed movies such as The Wolf of Wall Street over the service alongside Netflix’s hugely promising new original series Marco Polo. Show More Summary
Although Thanksgiving marathons on television haven’t even begun, Netflix has announced what films and movies subscribers to the streaming service can binge-watch
The Wolf of Wall Street will soon be up for streaming