“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
Stiles is out of it these days on Teen Wolf, but you would be too if you were possessed by a mischievous and evil Japanese spirit.
And following last week’s epic reveal of that possession, we hear it’s only going to get worse for the gang in Beacon Hills before it gets better. In a chat below, Dylan O’Brien previews the horror to come and breaks down last week’s creepy (and… Continue reading ‘Teen Wolf’: Dylan O’Brien on Stiles’ bro-mantic moment with Scott, the ‘crazy’ end to the season
“Teen Wolf,” you have officially blown my mind with “Illuminated.” In what may have been the greatest single episode of this excellent show, we got supernatural selfies, a black-light party, near-infinite amounts of shirtlessness, evil Smoke Ninjas … and Stiles.
Has Stiles turned evil? Why do the smoke ninjas leave the number 5 on their victims? Who has killed/nearly-killed Papa Argent?
<insert scream of frustration
Ah, the masters. We love to compare filmmaking’s finest — especially when a younger auteur such as Paul Thomas Anderson enters the picture. The There Will Be Blood director has cited Martin Scorsese as an influence before, and critics have drawn comparisons between their bodies of work. The fellow filmmakers and friends united for a Wolf of Wall Street Q&A in Los Angeles, which we’ve featured… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing Today: Watch Paul Thomas Anderson Interview Martin Scorsese About 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
While attending New York University’s film school, Martin Scorsese made several short films that laid the groundwork for the themes and characters he would revisit throughout his career. The 1964 short It’s Not Just You, Murray! has all the makings of a familiar film from the celebrated director: gangsters who always knew they wanted to be something, backstabbing “pals,” montages of violence and entertaining monologues.
The movie… Continue reading This Martin Scorsese Short Film from 1964 Is Like a Prelude to 'The Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Goodfellas'