The Wolf Of Wall Street (2013)
The Wolf Of Wall Street Release Date
December 25, 2013
The Wolf Of Wall Street SynopsisBased on the true story of Jordan Belfort, from his rise to a wealthy stockbroker living the high life to his fall involving crime, corruption and the federal government.
The Wolf Of Wall Street Credits
Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie, Matthew McConaughey, Jon Favreau, Kyle Chandler, Rob Reiner, Jean Dujardin, P.J. Byrne, and Kenneth Choi
Written by: Terrence Winter
Directed by: Martin Scorsese
Produced by: Riza Aziz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Emma Tillinger Koskoff, Joey McFarland, and Martin Scorsese
Length: 165 min
MPAA Rating: [ R ]
Distributor: Paramount Pictures
Release Date: December 25, 2013
External Info: The Wolf Of Wall Street Official Website
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This Supercut Of Fake Movie Ads Is Pure Greatness
Product placement has become an unfortunately big part of modern studio filmmaking, but there are some ads in movies that we can still appreciate: the fake ones. Rather than actually trying to tell us something, they merely exist as a fun gag or even sometimes as a plot device. And now you can see a whole bunch of them mashed together in this fantastic new supercut.
by Eric Eisenberg November 4, 2014 comments
Watch The Wolf Of Wall Street Sing System Of A Down In This Epic Video
Some mash-up clips combine two pop-culture entities to such a beautiful extent that they actually elevate them. And that’s exactly what Marca Blanca’s combination of System Of A Down’s 2001 track Chop Suey and Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf Of Wall Street does.
by Gregory Wakeman October 13, 2014 comments
This Wolf Of Wall Street 'F' Word Supercut Is Hilarious, Surprisingly Safe For Work
Montages like this can only continue now that Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street has made its way to home video. Fans can chop it up, rework it, and come up with clever approaches to the overlong drama. Because Lord knows, the movie needed a few edits here and there.
by Sean O'Connell April 23, 2014 comments
Watch This Brilliant Glengarry Glen Ross And Wolf Of Wall Street Trailer Splice
The Wolf Of Wall Street is the film that will not die, and this latest trailer re-cut marries the first trailer's use of Kanye West with another bunch of cutthroats armed with telephones and vulgarity. Not only is Glengarry Glen Ross a perfect thematic cousin to Scorsese's Wolf, it also lends itself really well to quick cuts, a driving beat, and some entertaining shouting. Watch for yourself within the link.
by Mike Reyes April 18, 2014 comments
The Wolf Of Wall Street Honest Trailer Is Effing Brilliant
A lot of people know just what made “The Wolf of Wall Street” a memorable, if not entertaining movie experience. Most of all the folks at Screen Junkies seem to understand what makes the movie work, as they've displayed in their latest Honest Trailer. Be prepared for a lot of blurring, bleeping, and jabs at a certain recent award winner. It's time to roast this baby with only the delicate precision and pin point accuracy it deserves!
by Mike Reyes April 15, 2014 comments
The Wolf Of Wall Street Makers Accused Of Funding Through Racketeering
What does Dumb and Dumber have to do with Wolf of Wall Street? Nothing aside from sour grapes between the films' producers, which may have been enough to launch a devastating legal battle.
by Kristy Puchko April 10, 2014 comments
This Week In Home Entertainment: The Wolf Of Wall Street, Veep And More
Martin Scorsese’s latest big screen endeavor is a lesson in excess, a depraved two-hour business film filled with drugs, more drugs and people behaving very selfishly with little remorse. The Wolf of Wall Street is about turning penny stocks into big profit, but at its heart, it’s about the lengths people will go to in order to feel on top of the world.
by Jessica Rawden March 25, 2014 comments
MTV Movie Awards Bet Big On American Hustle, Wolf Of Wall Street
And because the MTV Movie Awards are a show for the people, the smash-comedy hit We’re the Millers racked up 6 nominations, including Best Shirtless Performance for Jennifer Aniston. Who says this isn’t the Golden Age of Cinema?
by Sean O'Connell March 6, 2014 comments
Martin Scorsese Gets A Star Trek Twist In New Worf Of Wall Street Parody Trailer
It goes without saying that one of the best trailers released last year was the first theatrical preview for Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street. Thumping to the beat of "Black Skinhead" by Kanye West and showing great actors like Leonardo DiCaprio partying hard and living incredibly excessive lifestyles, the trailer was filled with an insane, raw energy that instantly made anyone who watched it want to see the movie.
by Eric Eisenberg March 5, 2014 comments
Monday Movie Memo: 6 Films That Had A Really Disappointing Oscar Night
Zero. That’s how many Oscars, combined, were won by American Hustle, The Wolf of Wall Street, Captain Phillips, Philomena and Nebraska.
by Sean O'Connell March 3, 2014 comments
For Your Consideration: Why The Academy Needs To Behave Badly And Recognize Wolf Of Wall Street
Which movie had a lead character getting so fabulously wealthy that he could seduce Margot Robbie in front of her boyfriend while his best friend masturbated? What movie had enough coke to fuel the economy of a third world country? And which movie did you have the most FUN seeing amongst the Best Picture frontrunners?
by Gabe Toro February 25, 2014 comments
Lawyer Sues To Have The Wolf Of Wall Street Removed From Theaters
Greene is demanding that Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-nominated film be removed from theaters. Once upon a time, Greene worked alongside Jordan Belfort at the brokerage firm Stratton Oakmont. Now that Wolf is in theaters, Greene says that the way that he is portrayed on screen is unacceptable, and he’s seeing “in excess of” $25 million in damages.
by Sean O'Connell February 19, 2014 comments
Leonardo DiCaprio Joins Martin Scorsese Retrospective In New York City
Kent Jones of the New York Film Society at Lincoln Center will moderate the conversation with DiCaprio, editor Thelma Schoonmaker and Academy Award-nominated writer Terence Winter prior to the Wolf screening.
by Sean O'Connell February 12, 2014 comments
Wolf Of Wall Street Is Now Martin Scorsese's Highest-Grossing Film
Most impressive is the fact that Wolf runs a hefty 180 minutes, usually reducing the number of screenings that theaters can program in a given day. But the film also carried a hefty $100 million budget… which almost prevented Wolf from getting made in the first place.
by Sean O'Connell February 11, 2014 comments
Calm Down, Internet! CNN Did Not Spoil The Best Actor Oscar Race
Earlier, we tweeted a screencap of a plaque that was shown on CNN. The Internet lept to attention, wondering if the news network had accidentally revealed the winner of the Best Actor race: DiCaprio for his turn in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street.
by Sean O'Connell February 10, 2014 comments
Matthew McConaughey Explains That Bizarre Wolf Of Wall Street Chant
McConaughey introduces the titular Wolf to the world of insane wealth, loose morals, and hard drugs. He also introduces him to the power of literal chest-thumping and chanting.
by Kristy Puchko February 10, 2014 comments
Oscar Analysis 2014: Breaking Down The Best Picture Race
My argument is that the category should have shifted from five nominees to three. That would increase competition. Imagine how tight this year’s Oscar race would be if Academy voters could only choose between Gravity, 12 Years a Slave and American Hustle? Now THAT’s a race!
by Sean O'Connell January 31, 2014 comments
Oscar Analysis 2014: Breaking Down The Best Director Race
Aside from being a huge honor of itself, this year's showdown for Best Director could well determine Oscar night's top award. But who will win? We break it down.
by Kristy Puchko January 30, 2014 comments
The Secrets Behind Wolf Of Wall Street's Head Shaving Scene Revealed
She didn't give up her hair for a chance to meet Wolf of Wall Street's director Martin Scorsese or its star Leonardo DiCaprio. In fact, she'd known DiCaprio for years...
by Kristy Puchko January 30, 2014 comments
Watch Jonah Hill And A Surprise Guest Spoof Her On SNL
The jokes are obvious in spots, picking on the high-waisted fashion of Spike Jonze’s futuristic love story, or lampooning the inherent creepiness of Hill’s character – and, by extension, Joaquin Phoenix’s character – having sex with an operating system.
by Sean O'Connell January 26, 2014 comments
This Dutch Wolf Of Wall Street Poster Is Probably The Weirdest Thing I've Ever Seen
I love movie posters. A lot. Other people get excited about trailers. I get excited about movie posters. There’s something about the way they’re stylized and put together that, to me, offer clues about tone, originality and promise. That’s why it pisses me off so much when a dozen or so movies bizarrely select the same poster theme
by Mack Rawden January 25, 2014 comments
Oscar Analysis 2014: Breaking Down The Best Adapted Screenplay Race
Last year’s Best Adapted Screenplay contenders at the Academy Awards competed in one of the most competitive categories of the night, with movies like Life of Pi, Lincoln and Silver Linings Playbook going head to head, but by the time it was all over the literal Best Picture had won.
by Eric Eisenberg January 23, 2014 comments
Jonah Hill Was Paid How Much For The Wolf Of Wall Street?
It paid off for Hill, who earned his second Oscar nomination for the Wolf performance. And Hill is an on-the-record Scorsese disciple, so working with one of this icons likely would have been payment enough.
by Sean O'Connell January 21, 2014 comments
Oscar Analysis 2014: Breaking Down The Best Supporting Actor Race
Today we feature Best Supporting Actor. This is a thornier pack than last year, when all the nominees were previous winners, limiting the amount of actual competition between participants (Christoph Waltz ultimately won). This year there are no previous winners, three first-time nominees, and two second-time honorees.
by Gabe Toro January 21, 2014 comments
Margot Robbie Joining David Yates' Tarzan
While Robbie was largely unknown prior to Wolf rolling out, several more are catching on to her rising star, casting her in anticipated parts of upcoming potential blockbusters. Does she have range? Can she help carry a movie like Tarzan? We’ll find out soon enough.
by Sean O'Connell January 19, 2014 comments
Oscar Analysis 2014: Breaking Down The Best Actor Race
By the time all is said and done, CinemaBlend will offer you the most comprehensive analysis of the entire Oscar field, all but guaranteeing you a win in your office Oscar pools. (You’re welcome!)
by Sean O'Connell January 18, 2014 comments
Is This The Year That Leonardo DiCaprio Should Win His Oscar?
Leonardo DiCaprio has been chasing the Oscar dream since he was 20 years old. His first nomination came thanks to his supporting role as a mentally handicapped child in 1994’s What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, and since then he has been nominated two more times - for lead roles in both The Aviator and Blood Diamond. But each time the star’s potential moment in the Oscar spotlight has come, it has gone by just as quickly.
by Eric Eisenberg January 16, 2014 comments
The Wolf Of Wall Street Being Banned Or Censored In Several Countries
THR reports that the film has been going through extensive cuts and edits overseas in order to play to fairly packed houses. When the film hits DVD, at least it can carry the tag “Banned In Malaysia And Nepal!” as the film was considered too hot for those regions.
by Gabe Toro January 15, 2014 comments
Amazing Wolf Of Wall Street Effects Reel Spoils Some Of Scorsese's Secrets
You wouldn’t normally consider Wolf an effects-driven picture. But this reel reminds us of how much post-production work now can be done in Hollywood to give a filmmaker the shot that they crave.
by Sean O'Connell January 14, 2014 comments
Five Oscar Truths Revealed By The Golden Globes
The Golden Globes announced their winners on Sunday, revealing the biases and beliefs of the ninety-something member Hollywood Foreign Press. As much as they get mocked for their ability to be bought and paid for, the Globes often look like a solid predictor for how the Oscars will fare.
by Gabe Toro January 13, 2014 comments
Directors Guild Of America Singles Out Its Five Nominees
With all due respect to the other four nominees, it would be a huge, cosmic joke if anyone other than Cuaron were to take home this prize – and every other trophy for directing – this year.
by Sean O'Connell January 7, 2014 comments
American Hustle And Wolf Of Wall Street Snag Writers Guild Nominations
In the narrative categories, few of these nominees can be called surprising as just about all of the above have received critical praise and Oscar buzz. The dark horse contender in the mix is Peter Berg's Lone Survivor, which has had a soft open over Christmas and will expand next week.
by Kristy Puchko January 3, 2014 comments
Producers Guild Goes With Gravity, American Hustle And Wolf Of Wall Street
The PGA nominees serve a dual purpose, as Oscar trackers view them “as indicators of which films have momentum heading into the Academy Award nominations, which will be announced Jan. 16.”
by Sean O'Connell January 2, 2014 comments
Jordan Belfort Claims He Isn't Profiting From The Wolf Of Wall Street
If you’re one of those who thinks that the film is glorifying the monstrous behavior of its central entrepreneur Jordan Belfort, you might be happy to know that Belfort isn’t profiting from the film’s success in any way other than word of mouth. At least, that’s what he says, and we can all believe every word out of Belfort’s mouth, right?
by Nick Venable January 2, 2014 comments
Leonardo DiCaprio Addresses The Wolf Of Wall Street Criticism
Martin Scorsese has never shied away from telling stories about dark, damaged or even evil protagonists. Movies like Taxi Driver, Goodfellas, and Casino all center on characters who the audience witness doing terrible, terrible things.
by Eric Eisenberg December 30, 2013 comments
Top 10 Movies Of 2013: Eric's List
2013 has been a great year for movies, so narrowing down our list of favorites was no easy task. As Cinema Blend has numerous writers with varying tastes in film, we decided to go solo this year in sharing our Top 10 lists of the best movies of 2013. You've read both Sean and Kristy's lists, but now it's Eric's turn to rank the best blockbusters, indies and prestige films that came to us this past year.
by Eric Eisenberg December 30, 2013 comments
Weekend Box Office: The Hobbit Threepeats Number One, 47 Ronin Makes Bid for Biggest Bomb of 2013
There were four new wide release movies dumped into theaters for the last week of the year, and if the filmmakers were hoping to take advantage of people heading to the movies for the holiday weekend, they were likely a little disappointed.
by Scott Gwin December 29, 2013 comments
3 Obvious Reasons Why Audiences Hate The Wolf Of Wall Street
The CinemaScore, accurate by its own standards, illustrates how audience members checking out Wall Street on Christmas Day either didn’t know what they were getting, or simply didn’t like what they got.
by Sean O'Connell December 27, 2013 comments
Christmas Box Office: Wolf Of Wall Street And The Hobbit Fight It Out
Last weekend, The Hobbit: Desolation Of Smaug was able to spoil the debut weekend for Anchorman 2 by narrowly edging out a box office win. On Christmas, it may be able to deal the same Middle Earth blow to Leonardo Dicaprio’s much-hyped Wolf Of Wall Street.
by Mack Rawden December 26, 2013 comments
Martin Scorsese Verbally Attacked At Wolf Of Wall Street Academy Screening
A mild altercation occurred at the AMPAS screening on Saturday night, where an unnamed screenwriter accosted Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and writer Terrence Winter, screaming “Shame on you!”
by Gabe Toro December 23, 2013 comments
This Rotten Week: Predicting Wolf Of Wall Street, 47 Ronin, Walter Mitty And More Reviews
Well this is the big one. Christmas week is like, umm well, Christmas for moviegoers. Studios pump films on to the big screen knowing folks are on vacation and trying desperately to get away from their families. So they head to the theaters for a much-needed respite from holiday "cheer". It’s an extravaganza with wolves, Ronin, daydreamers, boxers and Beliebers.
by Doug Norrie December 22, 2013 comments
5 Movies That Lost Some Serious Oscar Momentum This Morning
Nominations for the SAG Awards never match nominations for the Academy Awards completely, but there is usually quite a bit of overlap. Last year, for example, both of the male categories matched 4/5. So, while the average person might not even watch the ceremony when it’s aired on TNT and TBS in January, if they’re into the Oscars at all, they should take a long hard look at the nominees that were released this morning
by Mack Rawden December 11, 2013 comments
December Movie Preview: From Middle Earth To Wall Street
The holiday season is officially upon us, observed less through Christmas decorations and cold weather and more by the onslaught of Oscar fare hitting theaters this month. December is always a truly great time for both quality dramas and big bombastic comedies, and this year won’t be bucking that trend.
by Nick Venable December 3, 2013 comments
See It's A Wonderful Life Done Scorsese Style With Clever Wolf Of Bedford Falls Trailer
We can call George Bailey a lot of things, but a money-hungry opportunist isn’t one of them. In fact, the man seemed to take every opportunity presented to him to be a decent, selfless person, putting the needs of the town of Bedford Falls ahead of his dreams at every turn. But you’d never guess that watching the trailer above, which cleverly turns It’s A Wonderful Life into The Wolf of Bedford Falls.
by Kelly West November 29, 2013 comments
Leonardo DiCaprio And Jonah Hill Try To Smuggle Some Money In New Wolf Of Wall Street Clip
Adapted from the book of the same name by Terence Winter, The Wolf of Wall Street recounts the true story of Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio), a young upstart on Wall Street who becomes an insanely wealthy stockbrocker and begins to life of extreme excess and decadence. That is, until the federal government starts snooping around and uncovers all of the illegal dealings that helped Belfort rise to the top.
by Eric Eisenberg November 21, 2013 comments
Leonardo DiCaprio Lives The High Life In Amazing New Trailer For The Wolf Of Wall Street
From the sight of Jonah Hill's ridiculously shiny white teeth to breaking the fourth wall to an absolutely perfect use of the song "Hang You From The Heavens" by The Dead Weather, there is absolutely nothing I don't love about this trailer. Much like the debut spot that first came out back in June - which thumped to the beat of Kanye West - the energy in this movie looks like it is totally off the charts, and - even more amazingly - it looks absolutely hilarious.
by Eric Eisenberg October 29, 2013 comments
Martin Scorsese's The Wolf Of Wall Street Moves To Christmas
While Scorsese fans started panicking about the movie when they noticed that it wasn't being listed for any of the fall's big film festivals, rumors of a more serious delay for the project began in late September when it was reported that a cut version of the film was over three hours long and was looking at a potential NC-17 rating.
by Eric Eisenberg October 23, 2013 comments
Martin Scorsese's The Wolf Of Wall Street Might Open This Year After All
The rumors of a Wolf delays surfaced weeks ago. Buzz said the director’s cut surpassed three hours, and would easily earn an NC-17 rating from the MPAA … meaning Paramount would have a very difficult time recouping any money that it sunk into a feature it clearly hoped would contend for multiple Oscars.
by Sean O'Connell October 9, 2013 comments
Martin Scorsese's Wolf Of Wall Street May Not Be Ready This Year
When Martin Scorsese wants to take his time editing his movie, you damn well let him, even if that means losing one of your few holiday season efforts that can be both a critical and commercial success. The Wolf Of Wall Street, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, had been looking like one of the fall season's best bets, but according to The Hollywood Reporter it may not be a fall movie at all.
by Katey Rich September 25, 2013 comments
Fall Movie Preview: The Profit vs. Prestige Venn Diagram
Welcome to fall movie season, where it's all about awards bait if you look in one direction (hello, August: Osage County!) and all about oddball blockbusters if you look in another (happy to see you, Riddick). Like any other time for movie releases, autumn is all about what you make of it, whether that's catching the three-hour French drama about lesbians or counting down the days until The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. But if you want an advance look at which films are begging for awards and which are best paired with a giant tub of popcorn, look no further
by Katey Rich and Kristy Puchko September 4, 2013 comments
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