Red Granite, which also is producing the upcoming "Dumb and Dumber To," was accused of using embezzled foreign money to finance its films. read more
Paramount Pictures, which released The Wolf of Wall Street last year, is now in talks to pick up US rights to the next Martin Scorsese film, Silence. Assuming the deal goes through, Silence would be released late next year, in November 2015. Show More Summary
Over the past couple of weeks I've had the opportunity to see Michael Bay's horribly-titled "Pain and Gain" and Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street." Both movies are similar in a number of ways: Both were released in 2013; are...Show More Summary
Margot Robbie soaks up the sun and shows off her long legs in the process in this brand new feature from Vanity Fair magazine’s latest issue. Here’s what the 24-year-old Wolf of Wall Street actress had to share with the mag: On her level of beauty: “In my big group of girlfriends at home, I [...]
She wowed audiences in "Wolf of Wall Street," and now Margot Robbie reveals the secrets to her success in the August 2014 issue of Vanity Fair. After posing for a few stunning photos with Miguel Reveriego, the 24-year-old Aussie actress...Show More Summary
The Wolf of Wall Street star talks style, family, and life at a certain age.
Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf Of Wall Street managed to squeeze pitch-black comedy from the worst excesses of the American capitalist system. And so, it seems only right that someone should use the trailer for Scorsese’s film to pay tribute to one of Hollywood’s original amoral, unscrupulous, comedic capitalist characters: Thurston Howell III. Show More Summary
I have a liking for literal humor, so these clever movie posters by Danish Ahmed tickled my funny bone (figuratively). To be honest, I kind of want to see his version of The Wolf of Wall Street. It's got potential.
France face Germany for a place in the World Cup semi-finals today, and as part of their preparations some of the team were spotted chest-thumping, recreating a scene from The Wolf of Wall Street. You can compare the two scenes here: Rio...Show More Summary
There was a brief cinematic digression at France training today, as a group of players spontaneously re-enacted a famous scene from one of 2013?s biggest blockbusters. Rio Mavuba led the re-enacting of the humming scene from Wolf of Wall Street, in which Matthew McConaughey’s character teaches Leonado Di Caprio (Jordan Belfort) his humming technique to [...]
Martin Scorsese's “The Wolf of Wall Street” has been this year's top release in Germany gross receipts in the first six months of 2014 slip to $626 million. read more
“Wolf of Gilligan’s Island” is a mashup parody by Joe Petty of VKMTV Studios that brings together the 2013 black comedy film The Wolf of Wall Street and the classic television series Gilligan’s Island. via Tastefully Offensive
P.J. Byrne—best known for playing the shitty-toupee-wearing Rugrat in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf Of Wall Street—is joining the case of Scorsese’s still-untitled, long-in-the-works, rock ’n’ roll-based drama he’s producing for HBO alongside...Show More Summary
The Wolf of Wall Street‘s P.J. Byrne has joined Martin Scorsese’s currently untitled HBO rock ‘n’ roll pilot. The currently untitled
P.J. Byrne — who played the toupée-sporting Nicky "Rugrat" Koskoff in The Wolf of Wall Street — has joined the cast of HBO's untitled Jagger/Scorsese rock n' roll pilot. The show, co-written by George Mastras (Breaking Bad) and Terence Winter (Boardwalk Empire), is set in the New York music industry... More »
EXCLUSIVE: PJ Byrne (The Wolf of Wall Street) has joined the burgeoning cast of HBO’s untitled rock n’ roll pilot from director Martin Scorsese. Talk about a cool project — it’s being exec produced by Scorsese, Mick Jagger, Terence Winter and Emma Koskoff. Show More Summary
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares would easily beat The Wolf Of Wall Street in a number-of-"fucks"-every-60-seconds contest. You also get a generous serving of "bollocks", a side of "arse", and a dash of genitalia-related terms through the course of the show. This is an old gem that discovered on Netflix last week and I've been pretty hooked since. Read more...
Hey Obama, it’s Leo. He may be the Wolf of Wall Street but Leonardo DiCaprio almost didn’t make it to Brazil in time for the opening of the… READ ON
He has always been an avid environmentalist and Leonardo DiCaprio is putting his money where his mouth is to help preserve marine life. The “Wolf of Wall Street” stud pledged $7 million from his foundation over the next two years toShow More Summary
Now that homes are coming on the market in large numbers, buyers, faced with sky-high prices and higher mortgage rates, went on strike.