The media blitz that stars go on to promote their films can be exhausting, and Jonah Hill had been going full-tilt for a while promoting "The Wolf of Wall Street." During a trip to "Jimmy Kimmel Live," he talked about the vacation he...Show More Summary
Taking care of media obligations, Jonah Hill headed over to " Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Thursday (February 21). During his hilarious interview, the "Wolf of Wall Street" star revealed his experience on the set of Lady Gaga's new music video. While...Show More Summary
For a committed, if unsuccessful, capitalist (the kind that went to Wolf of Wall Street for life lessons), I enjoy French culture an embarrassing amount – every last state-funded drop… Continue reading The post France’s cultural excess is immoral (but I still love it) appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Here is a video that finally gives you what you've wanted all along this Oscar season—the chance to see a little boy pull off the epic Matthew McConaughey chest bumping lunch table scene in The Wolf of Wall Street. Read more...
Jimmy Fallon has teamed up with The Wolf of Wall Street‘s Jonah Hill to point out, for a second time, just how the ridiculous overuse of hashtags is. If that sounds familiar, it’s because Justin Timberlake took part in a similar skit last year. A desperate attempt to cash in on what was a bewildering success? Surely. More »
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A lawyer has sued Paramount Pictures and the makers of "The Wolf of Wall Street" for $25 million in damages, saying he is portrayed as a toupee-wearing, degenerate drug user in the Oscar-nominated film.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A man who served prison time for conning Hollywood stars and reputedly inspired Leonardo DiCaprio's performance in "The Wolf of Wall Street" was in federal court on Thursday facing charges that he used a friend's credit card to buy...
It's been an exciting award season for Leonardo DiCaprio, who's been nominated for - and won - multiple awards so far for his role in The Wolf of Wall Street. Next, he's heading to the Oscars, where he's up for two Academy Awards for...Show More Summary
This poster will totally make you want to see Godzilla - Moviefone Tim Riggins-inspired poetry is your new favorite thing - Vulture Details on the big lawsuit against The Wolf of Wall Street - HuffPost Entertainment The most baffling...Show More Summary
There is absolutely nothing cute about The Wolf of Wall Street or any other 2014 Oscar Best Picture nominees. Until now, that is. Read more...
Henry Zebrowski (The Wolf Of Wall Street) has been cast as a regular in NBC’s romantic comedy pilot A To Z. From Warner Bros Television, Rashida Jones, Le Train Train and Ben Queen, A To Z follows the relationship between a young couple, Andrew and Zelda (Cristin Milioti), from meeting to breakup. Show More Summary
Back in December, a movie called the Wolf of Wall Street was released on the big screen. Perhaps you’ve heard of it? It was based on a book by the same name, penned by a man named Jordan Belfort while he was doing time for ripping off...Show More Summary
Given its widespread success and inflammatory subject matter, “The Wolf Of Wall Street” has definitely ruffled more than a few feathers. According to a report, attorney/investment banker Andrew Greene has filed a $25 million defamation...Show More Summary
If you don’t know Margot Robbie’s name yet, you will soon. Robbie played Jordan Belfort’s (Leonardo DiCaprio) blonde bombshell wife, Naomi Lapaglia, in “The Wolf of Wall Street.” Since then, Robbie’s role as the Duchess of Bay Ridge has gotten her a lot of attention in Hollywood. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A lawyer and investment banker who says he was defamed by a portrayal in "The Wolf of Wall Street" is asking for more than $25 million in damages and the film removed from theaters. Andrew Greene says in a complaint filed Tuesday in U.S. Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon has teamed up with The Wolf of Wall Street's Jonah Hill to point out, for a second time, just how the ridiculous overuse of hashtags is. Read more...
Elizabeth Gilbert will lead The Wall Street Journal Book Club's live discussion about Hilary Mantel’s “Wolf Hall.” Join us to find out why Ms. Gilbert calls it “the best book of the century” and what the book taught her about writing historical fiction.
After the convicted stockbroker and comedian became friends in prison, Chong helped convince Belfort to write a book about his experiences.
Director Martin Scorsese's Oscar-nominated dramatic comedy will be available for purchase on Digital HD one week early on March 18th. [...]