Director Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio started filming The Wolf on Wall Street on Saturday in Manhattan and we've got some photos from the set. Based on Jordan Belfort's best-selling memoir, the film chronicles Belfort?s dramatic...Show More Summary
It’s a living! Leonardo DiCaprio was snapped in New York Saturday kissing his lovely co-star Cristin Milioti while shooting scenes for his new movie, The Wolf Of Wall Street, and RadarOnline.com has the sexy shots. DiCaprio plays stockbroker...Show More Summary
Leonardo DiCaprio surprised locals in NYC today when he popped up in a gray suit to begin production on The Wolf of Wall Street. The project pairs Leo with his close friend and famed director Marin Scorsese as well as other major names like Matthew McConaughey, Jonah Hill, and Oscar winner Jean Dujardin. Show More Summary
Leonardo DiCaprio gets into character on the set of his upcoming film, The Wolf of Wall Street, on Saturday (August 25) in New York City. The 37-year-old actor looked handsome in a suit as he exited a building while shooting a scene. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Leonardo DiCaprio The Wolf of Wall [...]
With legendary director Martin Scorsese by his side, Leonardo DiCaprio filmed scenes for "The Wolf of Wall Street" in New York City today (August 25). The "Inception" star wore a gray double-breasted suit with brown loafers and slicked-back...Show More Summary
Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street begins shooting this week, and besides the fact that it’s based on the Jordan Bellfort memoir of the same name and stars Jonah [...] The post Martin Scorsese’s next movie has dwarf-tossing in the opening scene appeared first on FilmDrunk.
Alexandra Milchan and her EMJAG Productions filed suit Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court claiming that Red Granite Pictures has cut her out of producing the film. read more
We’ve waited for quite some time for Martin Scorsese to make his “Jesuit drama” Silence, based on the novel by Shusako Endo novel. He had planned to do the movie almost fifteen years ago, and it has remained on the director’s “pending” slate ever since. After the release of Hugo, we thought Silence would be [...]
We get very excited anytime there's a new Wall Street moving coming up. The sheer suspense of waiting to see who is cast, where it's shot... well, what's better? Reading the script early — that's better. We've now obtained a copy of The Wolf of Wall Street script, written Terence Winter. Show More Summary
Martin Scorsese has been sued by Cecchi Gori Pictures for choosing "The Wolf of Wall Street" over "Silence."
Related: Martin Scorsese Commits To ‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’ You can read the lawsuit here. Cecchi Gori Pictures and Cecchi Gori USA filed suit in Los Angeles Superior Court today against director Martin Scorsese and his production company Sikelia Productions. Show More Summary
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For their roles in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” based on the memoir by Jordan Belfort, who spent 22 months in a federal prison for running a pump-and-dump scam out of brokerage firm Stratton Oakmont. An inside source at Bank of America...Show More Summary
Like most famous, talented directors, Martin Scorsese always has a bevy of projects at his fingertips. Right now he’s shooting The Wolf of Wall Street with Leonardo DiCaprio but once he finishes that, who knows? Maybe it’ll be Silence, maybe it’ll be The Irishman, or maybe he’ll finally get around to directing the long rumored [...]
Our wrap up of various movie news items including Kristen Stewart taking the lead role in ‘Lie Down In Darkness’; Matthew McConaughey joining the cast of Martin Scorsese's ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ and more.
Okay, so maybe screen legend is pushing it, but it’s kind of hard not to get excited about the career resurgence that Matthew McConaughey has experienced in the past year. Remember all those years he was doing lame romantic comedies and cashing checks? Well, forget them, because hopefully that’s all over. Show More Summary
Matthew McConaughey has slowly but surely shucked the mediocre romantic comedies that for so long clung to him like a suffocating shirt, and unexpectedly had one of the best years of his career with recent turns in Bernie, Magic Mike, and Killer Joe. Show More Summary
Martin Scorsese recruits Matthew McConaughey - NextMovie How Fifty Shades of Grey outsold Harry Potter - Zap2it Is Brad Paisley the next American Idol judge? - BuddyTV Kristen Stewart beat out Jennifer Lawrence for a coveted role - HuffPost...Show More Summary
Something has changed with Matthew McConaughey. One second, the guy is starring in every other romantic comedy, and now he's taking on challenging roles in mature films like "Killer Joe," "Magic Mike," and "Mud." What happened to Mr. "All right, all right, all right"? Anyway, Deadline is reporting that McConaughey has signed up for his [...]
The Magic Mike star will play the early mentor to Leonardo DiCaprio's Jordan Belfort in Martin Scorsese's biopic. [...]