Jordan Belfort, the real-life Wolf of Wall Street gets irate and flustered while chatting with 60 Minutes Australia about his ongoing issues.
“I’ve said enough about this, lets move on, since you’ve stonewalled me at every step!” Belfort — speaking in his thick, Michael Lohan-esque Long Island accent — snaps at journalist Liz Hayes in a preview clip of the contentious chat. “Next question, I’m not… Continue reading He’s Not Humming Now! ‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’ Jordan Belfort Snaps At Interviewer In Preview For Australia 60 Minutes
We’re barking at the moon over this Wolf Cop trailer – It’s good to see there’s still truth in advertising in the movie business. Wolf Cop is exactly what the title implies based on this awesome new trailer – a film about a cop who’s also a werewolf. What more could you want?
Check out the clip below, which… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Werewolf Cops, 'Wolf Creek 2' Reviewed, Krampus Tales, and More!
The Wolf of Wall Street – Paramount – Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVDDirector: Martin ScorseseCast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Matthew McConaughey, Kyle Chandler, Rob Reiner. Full cast + crew
The Wolf of Wall Street is a staggering film. It’s like a real life magic trick. Even when you know all of the components behind it, you wonder how it actually exists. To that effect, it mirrors the real story that inspired it all… Continue reading New on DVD/Blu-ray: 'The Wolf of Wall Street' Howls, Plus Check Out a Clip From 'Welcome to the Jungle'
Sometimes it’s the little things that really make a difference when it comes to discovering a character. Speaking to Dave Karger for Fandango’s Frontrunners video series, Jonah Hill revealed the various steps he had to take in order to nail down the thick Long Island accent his character Donnie strolls around with in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street.
As Hill explains, the character required him… Continue reading Watch: Jonah Hill Prank-Called Best Buy Just to Practice His 'Wolf of Wall Street' Accent
“The Wolf of Wall Street” doesn’t paint a particularly flattering picture of anyone involved in the hijinks of the Stratton Oakmont brokerage firm, financial or otherwise, but one former broker is particularly angry about his onscreen treatment.
Andrew Greene is flipping angry about his onscreen alter ego, Nicky “Rugrat” Koskoff, who is played by P.J. Byrne. “Rugrat” is a nod to… Continue reading Real-Life 'Wolf of Wall Street' Exec Files $25M Defamation Lawsuit