The Wolf of Wall Street was one of 2013's biggest successes. It gained a ton of award nominations. It was Martin Scorsese's most profitable picture to date, and it was a damned fun time at the movies. If there was an Academy Award Nominee...Show More Summary
This week, Screen Junkies, the folks behind the reliably funny “Honest Trailers” for pop-culture juggernauts like Game of Thrones, Man of Steel, and Breaking Bad, to name a few, have tackled Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street,...Show More Summary
Leonardo DiCaprio is a busy man, known for stockpiling projects. Deadline reports that up next will be The Revenant with director Alejandro González Iñárritu. They will start filming this fall for a fall 2015 release. The two almost shot the film a couple of years ago, but DiCaprio decided to... More »
Here we go again with controversy of Martin Scorsese’s film, The Wolf of Wall Street. As far back as can be remembered, The Wolf of Wall Street has been the most widely admonished and rebuked film in Academy Award nominee history, according to technologytell.com. The Wolf of Wall Street can’t seem to escape the controversy
Late last year Leonardo DiCaprio showed off some great pop and lock moves in a scene from Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street. A few months later and we have another glimpse of DiCaprio dancing, but his moves aren’t as smooth as when he’s up on the big screen. DiCaprio was filmed seemingly dancing
Zap2it: What's the biggest difference in coming back to series work with "Friends With Better Lives"?Kevin Connolly: As a young actor -- and I've been doing this since I was 6 years old -- you fall into a certain category. It's like, "OK, you're the kid." Then you're somebody's kid in school, then you're in junior high and high school. Show More Summary
Conan O'Brien started last night's MTV Movie Awards off with a bang, racking up 50 celebrity cameos in the filmed sketch that opened the show—including Taylor Swift, Grumpy Cat, Tracy Morgan as Banksy, Martin Scorsese, and Jack Nicholson's middle finger. The director of the segment tells the Hollywood Reporter...
Thu 24 Apr Jordan Belfort, the real 'Wolf of Wall Street' whose memoir was the basis of Martin Scorsese's recent blockbuster starring by Leonardo DiCaprio, has announced...
Award shows are increasingly just an excuse for the host to brag about how many famous friends he or she has, and tonight's MTV Movie Awards were no exception. In his opening bit, Conan pals around with Martin Scorsese, Lupita Nyong'o, Seth Rogen and 47-or-so others in an attempt to... More »
The Japanese pay-TV group will co-produce the documentary on the legendary literary magazine. read more
Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street was recently released to Blu-ray in the US, but the movie is still causing controversy in theaters overseas. A court in Novosibirsk is howling over The Wolf of Wall Street, claiming that it “reflected a subculture of drug abusers” and glorified the use of narcotics. Now, five chains
The actor who plays Nicky Koskoff describes the energy on the set of Martin Scorsese's film, available now on Blu-ray and DVD. [...]
Wolf of Wall Street was a popular choice with people who still buy movies on home video. However, the R-rated flick couldn’t compete with a family-friendly box office favorite. Although director Martin Scorsese’s tale of excess and corruption sold an impressive number of copies during its first week on DVD and Blu-ray, Disney’s hit flick
Actors of a certain age and Hollywood stature are well within their right to be choosy when it comes to movie roles. Kevin Spacey knows this to be true and, in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, doesn't hesitate to make it known. "Unless it's Martin Scorsese, and it's a really significant role, f--k off," he says of his movie prospects. Show More Summary
After six years in court -- and Martin Scorsese's interjection and an attempted Twitter campaign by many film critics -- a lawsuit over a film "masterpiece" is settled after film financier Gary Gilbert takes the witness stand at trial. read more
When The Wolf of Wall Street came out, critics tried to make sense of its message (if it had one) regarding today’s Wall Street abuses. No one thought to connect Martin Scorsese’s film to today’s online journalism abuses—no one, that...Show More Summary
Screenwriter Nicholas Pileggi might need to rewrite the ending to Martin Scorsese’s 1995 mob blockbuster “Casino.” One of the mobsters who inspired Pileggi’s book and screenplay is now making an honest living as a Las Vegas tour guide. Retired mobster Frank Cullotta, 75, now channels...
It doesn't take Mel Gibson to make a contentious religious epic. Martin Scorsese did it before him, and now we can add Darren Aronofsky to the list. Aronofsky's "Noah" opens March 28, after a few years of rough seas from all corners of the moviegoing population. Show More Summary
Celebrate Martin Scorsese's Oscar-nominated drama with fun catchphrases and iconic moments, available in stores now. [...]
EXCLUSIVE: Wall Street continues to be a hot TV drama arena following the success of Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street, with another high profile project coming together. Sony TV has put in development The Buy Side, an hourlong project based on the best-selling autobiographical book by former Galleon Group trader Turney Duff. Show More Summary