Hysterical headline at Salon, illustrated by a photoshop of Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko and Leonardo Di Caprio as the Wolf of Wall Street, together at last, glaring at us rapaciously.Here's Power Line's attack on Salon.
'The Wolf of Wall Street' star Margot Robbie is seen in the jungle with a caged native on the set of 'Tarzan'. [...]
Winona Ryder (The Iceman, Black Swan), Alfred Molina (Chocolat, Raiders Of The Lost Ark) and Jon Bernthal (The Wolf Of Wall Street, Snitch) have been cast opposite Oscar Isaac and Catherine Keener in HBO's six-hour miniseries Show Me A Hero from The Wire co-creator David Simon. Show More Summary
Matthew McConaughey has been on a tear: the Oscar for Dallas Buyers Club, stealing the show in The Wolf of Wall Street, flattening time as Rust Cohle in True Detective. Pundits have been calling it a "McConaissance" (Cohle would cringe). Show More Summary
Jordan Belfort — the real life stockbroker and scam artist who inspired "The Wolf of Wall Street" — is teaming up with "Rush Hour" director Brett Ratner and Australian billionaire James Packer to produce and write a “Mad Men”-style TV show about the excess of Wall Street in the 1980s. Show More Summary
Password resets aren't always so helpful.
Red Granite Pictures, which produced “The Wolf of Wall Street,” is known for ambitious plans, exotic connections and a tangled legal history.
After its best season to date, HBO and series creator Terrence Winter ("The Wolf of Wall Street") have decided that they will bring the 1920s-era drama "Boardwalk Empire' to its conclusion with season 5 this coming September.
Jordan Belfort, aka The Wolf Of Wall Street, is set to give the keynote speech at the annual Digital Dealer Conference & Exposition. For an industry that is trying to shake their slick salesmen and ripoff artist image, some dealers are questioning the choice of speaker. Read more...
Australian ingénue Margot Robbie won loads of attention last year as the trophy wife of the titular Wolf of Wall Street. She's already lined up a full slate of follow-ups, but rumor has it her next endeavor could be a political comedy...Show More Summary
Traditionally we hear news about upcoming movies from an involved talent’s publicist or a studio press release. But we should never discount Mike Tyson as a sterling direct source for scoops, especially when the movie in question is about Mike Tyson. Show More Summary
The Wolf Of Wall Street star root on his acting colleague during the hunky A-lister’s clash with the petulant pop star at Ibiza hotspot Cipriani‘s Wednesday, an eyewitness told Mirror … READ ON
Jamie Foxx has signed on to play Mike Tyson in a biopic to be written by Terence Winter (The Wolf of Wall Street).
After having his head tattooed in Horrible Bosses, Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx will end up getting one on his face next. Variety has word that Foxx will be getting into the boxing ring to play iconic boxer Mike Tyson in a biopic that will be written by "Boardwalk Empire" creator and The Wolf of Wall Street scribe Terence Winter. Show More Summary
'The Wolf of Wall Street' writer Terence Winter is writing a biopic on controversial boxer Mike Tyson, with Jamie Foxx attached to star. [...]
Variety reports that Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx is attached to play boxer Mike Tyson in a biopic that's going to be penned by Terence Winter ("The Sopranos," The Wolf of Wall Street).
Today we all know Martin Scorsese as the director of acclaimed films like Hugo, The Wolf of Wall Street, GoodFellas, Taxi Driver, Mean Streets and the Best Picture winning The Departed. But at a young age, Scorsese had a taste for Roman epics, and he actually drew some incredible storyboards to illustrate what his film would look like. Show More Summary
Apparently Matthew McConaughey's chest-beating chant from The Wolf of Wall Street really resonated with St. Louis Cardinals player Tony Cruz, because that's what played when Tony approached the plate this week. In the video above, you can hear Matthew's voice booming through the stadium as Tony gets ready to bat. Show More Summary
What’s more disturbing: the 528 f-bombs dropped during The Wolf of Wall Street or this ad for a service that filters out sex and swear words from online streamed content? The answer depends on how squeamish you are about seeing a family...Show More Summary
CAW. CAW. Yes, that's Tony Cruz of the St. Louis Cardinals walking up to the plate, the PA system serenading Busch Stadium with the disembodied hum of a coked-up Matthew McConaughey. This rules. If you're not familiar with The Wolf of Wall Street scene in question: No, it's okay. Show More Summary