Midway through Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street, Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio), in one of his confiding-to-camera monologues, begins to explain the process of taking an IPO public. Midway through his explanation, he stops himself. “Look, I know you’re not following what I’m saying anyway, right?” he smirks. “That’s okay. That doesn’t matter. The […]
Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio is expected to testify in a lawsuit involving the 2013 comedy, The Wolf of Wall Street. Andrew Greene, a former associate of Jordan Belfort — the character played by DiCaprio in the movie — has filed the lawsuit against the producers for defamation over the character Nicky “Rugrat” Koskoff, played by... Show More Summary
Former Jordan Belfort lieutenant Andrew Greene is trying to sue Leonardo DiCaprio over an eerily similar character to him in The Wolf Of Wall Street, but the Oscar-winning actor is just too busy to be deposed.
The Wolf of Wall Street is a story rife with corruption. The story is based on real-life Wall Street broker Jordan Belfort, who made millions of dollars by bilking wealthy investors. The Wolf of Wall Street is about stolen money and international scandal, but in a strange, layered twist, authorities say the film may have... Show More Summary
It took years for Leonardo DiCaprio and Marin Scorsese to make "The Wolf of Wall Street," the 2013 adaptation of the book by former stock broker Jordan Belfort that highlighted his debauched exploits and the illegal actions that ledShow More Summary
Dimon says 'Brexit' would be a disaster; Fischer says chill; Jordan Belfort’s Ferrari is for sale; Man Turns Bedroom Into $21,000 Bat Cave; and more.
From Gilbert Grape to Jordan Belfort.
A white 1991 Ferrari Testarossa once owned by the real "Wolf of Wall Street," Jordan Belfort, is now up for sale by its Monaco-based owner. To prove its heritage, the owner claims Belfort's signature can be found on the original warranty...Show More Summary
A white 1991 Ferrari Testarossa that originally belonged to Jordan Belfort, the real Wolf of Wall Street, has gone up for sale in Monaco. Continue reading The real Wolf of Wall Street's Ferrari Testarossa is for sale The real Wolf of Wall Street's Ferrari Testarossa is for sale originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 18 Feb 2016 12:42:00 EST. Show More Summary
Having recently got around to watching Leonardo Dicaprio's 'Wolf on Wall Street' I started to ponder on what has really changed since the 2008 financial crisis? Have the images of the wolves like Jordan Belfort really changed? Are the...Show More Summary
Najib Razak knows what we're talking about.
Sad news. On Wednesday, it was revealed that one of the advisers to Jordan Belfort — who inspired the film The Wolf Of Wall Street — was found dead at 52 years old in his home in West Hollywood, CA. Thankfully law enforcement sources have shared they don't believe foul play was involved in Barry Gesser's passing. Related: [...]
One of the real life guys who advised Jordan Belfort ... the 'Wolf of Wall Street' ... has been found dead in West Hollywood. Barry Gesser was tight with Belfort and also consulted with the film's director Martin Scorsese and co-sta...
A real-life character who worked for Jordan Belfort can proceed with his lawsuit against the makers of "The Wolf of Wall Street."
"Wolf of Wall Street" Jordan Belfort hopes relatives can sniff out the whereabouts of William "Preston" King before it's too late.
Having an exotic car doesn’t always have to mean that you’re a Jordan Belfort stand-in, but simply a person of exquisite taste and extraordinary bargain-hunting ability. Case in point: this Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R is everything you’d want in a rare supercar with the addition of an economy car pricetag. Drive-thrus would be a little tough, though. Read more...
Submitted by Daniel Drew from Dark Bid On Wall Street, no wolf is too big, and no sheep is too small. At least Jordan Belfort didn't target the mentally incapacitated. This real life Wolf of Wall Street is several thousand miles away from New York in Scottsdale, Arizona, the wannabe Hamptons of the southwest. Show More Summary
Ever wondered what "Wolf of Wall Street" Jordan Belfort's Instagram posts would look like? Look no further than the feed of Timothy Sykes, a multimillionaire who, just like Belfort, made a fortune trading penny stocks in his early twenties. Show More Summary
This post originally appeared on Strong Language, a sweary blog about swearing. I recently viewed for the first time Martin Scorsese’s 2013 The Wolf of Wall Street, a rather Shakespearean tale of Jordan Belfort’s excess in money, sex, drugs, and swears, inter alia. Show More Summary
Jordan Belfort, the real "Wolf of Wall Street" is back selling something. This time, however, it's all legal.