A recent online Gallup poll shows that 70% of American workers feel "emotionally disconnected" from their jobs. In equally surprising news, water is wet, Leonardo DiCaprio wants an Oscar, this kangaroo is relaxed and the sun sets in the west. You've sent us reeling, gallup.com! Reeeeeeeeling! Read more...
Today's funny video is the one clip of Leonardo DiCaprio dancing in the trailer for The Wolf Of Wall Street, looped over and over again with 'Blurred Lines' playing in the background and lots of tasteful Leo- and dance-themed movie hashtags flashing over the top of it. Show More Summary
With drink in hand, Leonardo DiCaprio's been cheers-ing for practically his entire acting career. Many on the Internet quickly realized this after he was so opulently introduced in this year's The Great Gatsby and our collective minds flashed back to 1997's Titanic. That's an easy comparison to make, but did ... More »
By Dr. Duru: "There is something you should know about me, about inception. An idea is alike a virus, resilient. Highly contagious. The smallest seed of an idea can grow. It can further define or destroy you." - Leonardo DiCaprio's character...Show More Summary
The life and times of Jordan Belfort were so insane they had to be made into a book. And now, like any good book, there's the movie. An official trailer for the film, "The Wolf of Wall Street," starring Leonardo DiCaprio (playing Belfort), Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey, has hit the web. Directed by Martin […]
The Wolf of Wall Street trailer has dropped, and the reaction is starting to trickle in for yet another Leonardo DiCaprio role as one of the outrageously, obnoxiously rich. If you haven’t seen it already, be sure to watch. My fellow The Inquisitr writer Page Mackinley calls it “vintage Scorsese” and “good news for everyone.”... Show More Summary
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Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese are at it again. The duo next team up in The Wolf of Wall Street, the biopic based on the life of Jordan Belfort, a stockbroker who scammed $200 million from investors in the '90s. DiCaprio — who...Show More Summary
Leonardo DiCaprio's 2013 seems to be full of rich men doing wild things. Fresh off his turn in "The Great Gatsby," the actor's tackling another era full of outrageously rich behavior in "The Wolf of Wall Street."
The newest Leonardo DiCaprio/Martin Scorsese pairing has a trailer, and it looks like it's all about wretched excess: Something weird to think about: Robert De Niro and Scorsese made eight films together. DiCaprio and Scorsese have now made five. I think Leo's going for the record. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
- The trailer for The Wolf of Wall Street looks like a cocaine dream, which, as anyone who’s ever been nose-down on a public restroom toilet seat knows, quickly turns into a cocaine nightmare. But there’s also Leonardo DiCaprio both poppin’ and lockin’ and Ab Fab‘s Joanna Lumley so…yeah? - Chris Brown is a changed [...]
Here’s the just released first trailer for The Wolf of Wall Street (due out in theaters November 15th), which once again sees award-winning director Martin Scorsese teaming up with Leonardo DiCaprio to tell a story about how the American dream corrupts the human soul. I know, again right? But whatever, the trailer looks really goodMORE
Here’s the first trailer for The Wolf of Wall Street starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill, the first actor to ever transition from comedy to drama so stop calling him an angry fucking kid, alright? God. It also features dwarf-tossing which I felt was gratuitous, and one of my life’s ambitions is to carry Peter Read More...
Earlier today FilmDrunk expertly debuted the new trailer to the Scorsese-directed Wolf Of Wall Street, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, and Matthew McConaughey. But I’d be remiss if I didn’t take a moment here to share the split...Show More Summary
If this is truly a time of peak Leonardo DiCaprio, then let's take a moment to honor one of the 38-year-old star's go-to screen moves:...
In the first trailer of Martin Scorsese’s new film: yachts, goldfish-swallowing, money taped to body parts, Kanye West’s new song, dwarf-tossing. Predatory banking has never looked more fun than it does in the just-released trailer for Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street. Show More Summary
May we propose a toast? To Leonardo DiCaprio! A man who, it seems, is happy to raise a glass in any movie he appears in.We're a nursing a bit of a hangover here after spending a little time looking through the actor's film titles and adding "drinking" to his name in our Internet search. Show More Summary
Leonardo DiCaprio as a wealthy playboy? Where have I seen that before? Oh yeah, last month in The Great Gatsby. But this time, he's actually happy (or he appears to be, at least). Check out Leo in the first The Wolf of Wall Street trailer,...Show More Summary