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Review: Wolf of Wall Street (Great [Grandson] Gatsby)

11:37 AM 12/26/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
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Somewhere between a hot mess and highly functioning addict you’ll find Jordan Belford, the ferocious moneymaker Leonardo DiCaprio turns into a sexpot in Wolf of Wall Street. This movie is Martin Scorsese’s newest, and like most of his work it’s a bent valentine to New York and all the explosive creations the city seems to birth.
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Leonardo Dicaprio Meets Margot Robbie In New Clip From The Wolf Of Wall Street

bleedingcool.com – As his first wife looks on, Leonardo Dicaprio’s Jordan Belfort meets his soon-to-be second wife in the newest clip released from Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street. Margot Robbie, the Aussie actress sporting an insane Long Island accent to play Naomi, quickly captures Leo’s attention upon being introduced at a house party, while Cristin Milioti, as his current wife, peers in from the background and clearly senses impending trouble.

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How Armani Dressed 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

feedproxy.google.com – Costume designer Sandy Powell brings the designer’s iconic ‘90s power suiting to the big screen. This story first appeared in the Dec. 20 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. When The Wolf of Wall Street costume designer Sandy Powell was looking for specific suiting for Leonardo DiCaprio's 1990s New York stockbroker, who better than Giorgio Armani? 5 years 49 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Scorsese Says He's Nearing The End Of His Career

feedproxy.google.com – Despite the energy of WOLF OF WALL STREET, the 71 year old director says he only has a few more movies left in him. 5 years 49 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Can 'The Wolf of Wall Street' Devour Oscar Competition?

variety.com – Following months of speculation whether it would make it in time for the 2013 Oscar race, Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street” finally started screenings for guilds over the weekend, beginning with a Saturday afternoon show for SAG nominating committee. And the response was as boisterous and wild as the ride stockbroker Jordan Belfort—played... 5 years 50 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Martin Scorsese Still Wants Al Pacino & Joe Pesci For 'The Irishman,' Says It Will Come After 'Silence'

fb.indiewire.com – We love ya Marty, but forgive us if we don't hold on breath on this one, as potentially awesome as it could be. For years now, the director and his longtime friend and collaborator Robert De Niro have been talking up "The Irishman," a project that would mark their first director/actor collaboration since 1995's "Casino." And while we've already sat through promises that it would shoot in 2011, it seems plans are taking a more definitive shape. 5 years 50 weeks ago via donnieyen
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'Wolf of Wall Street' Cut to 2 Hours 59 Minutes to Avoid NC-17 Rating

feedproxy.google.com – If you haven't heard by now, Martin Scorsese's delayed Christmas release of The Wolf of Wall Street has clocked in with a running time of 2 hours and 59 minutes (53 minutes if you don't count the credits), making it his longest film yet by one minute (Casino is 2 hours and 58 minutes). 5 years 50 weeks ago via jetli
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THE WOLF OF WALL STREET Possibly Runs at 179 Minutes; Would Be Martin Scorsese's Longest Film Yet

collider.com – How much capitalist corruption and excess can one film hold? When the film's coming from Martin Scorsese, it could be as much as 2 hours and 59 minutes. We previously reported the runtime on The Wolf of Wall Street was 2 hours and 45 minutes, but France distributor Metropolitan Filmexport tells Allocine [via The Playlist] that the movie runs 179 minutes, which would get it just in under the 3-hour limit usually set by most studios. 5 years 51 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Exclusive: Chaos ensues in new poster for 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

hitfix.com – The darkly comedic tone of Martin Scorsese's latest is readily apparent in a new poster Paramount has provided HitFix with to premiere this afternoon. Just look at this chaos 5 years 51 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Writer Terence Winter Say Scorsese's 'Wolf Of Wall Street' Is Like 'Goodfellas' For The Seductive Stock Broker Set

fb.indiewire.com – The fourth season of HBO’s mob drama “Boardwalk Empire” ends this Sunday. It’s an engrossing conclusion that brings heartbreak, tragedy and left-turn surprises you probably wouldn’t have expected. You’ll have to tune in Sunday night for more, but trust us when we say the underrated show is doing some of its best work this season and it’s must-watch TV in general, with one of the best casts on television right now (Steve Buscemi, Michael Shannon, Jeffrey Wright, Michael K. 5 years 52 weeks ago via jetli
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