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Michael Douglas often tells the story of how young stockbrokers would approach him and say that his Wall Street corporate raider Gordon Gekko inspired them to go into finance. The irony of course is that Gekko was rotten to the core and the men he 'fathered' would eventually send the world into economic armageddon. It would not be a surprise if one of those Gekko admirers was Jordan Belfort, the subject of Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese's fifth and best film collaboration.
Belfort dipped his toe into investment banking in the late '80s before the Black Monday crash left him jobless. He swiftly founded his own firm, Stratton Oakmont, and made millions pushing worthless pink-sheet penny stocks to those who didn't know better. "Selling garbage to garbage men, »
Is everybody ready to get white boy wasted again on another trailer for Phil Lord and Chris Miller.s upcoming sequel 22 Jump Street? I hope you like your F-bombs completely eradicated, because this relatively cleaner green band preview replaces some of the racier red banded bits with some new footage, though not much. And seriously, we still hear "ass" four times and "bitch" once, so it.s not like this is still suitable for all audiences. Especially bitch ass bitches who can.t take the language. For instance, we get a shot of Jenko (Channing Tatum) warning Schmidt (Jonah Hill) that he might get hurt playing football, and then we see Schmidt get injured in a few different ways, including getting his ass broken in a tackle. I.m pretty dumbfounded that this trailer, via Yahoo! Movies, would include a Chris Brown and Rhianna relationship joke, which the world really »
Legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese directs the best-selling memoir of financial scoundrel Jordan Belfort thanks to The Sopranos/Boardwalk Empire writer/creator Terence Winter. The Wolf Of Wall Street looks at the crazy rise and fall of the former promising stockbroker and how his professional life took a back seat to his hard partying lifestyle and out-of-control drug abuse. Leonardo DiCaprio takes the title role in an already acclaimed performance that could finally see him land that elusive Oscar.
Jonah Hill, Kyle Chandler, Matthew McConaughey, Jean Dujardin, Margot Robbie, Jon Bernthal and Rob Reiner also feature in the film set for Us cinemas from the 25th December and the UK 17th January 2014. Check out these two new clips and television spots.
Source: Paramount Pictures
The post Two New Clips & TV Spots For Scorsese’s ‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’ appeared first on The Hollywood News. »
- Craig Hunter
Sneak Peek a new 'red-band' trailer revealing restricted footage from the police comedy sequel "22 Jump Street", starring Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, Nick Offerman and Ice Cube, directed by directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, based on the 1980's 'undercover cop' TV series. created by Stephen J. Cannell:
"...'Officers Schmidt' (Hill) and 'Jenko' (Tatum) go deep undercover at a local college to crack a crime ring within a fraternity. But when Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the football team and Schmidt infiltrates the bohemian art major scene, they begin to question their partnership.
"In addition to cracking the case, the two freshmen must figure out if they can have a mature relationship like real men..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "22 Jump Street"...
- Michael Stevens
DiCaprio plays corrupt banker Jordan Belfort in the crime drama, on whose memoir the movie is based.
It follows Belfort's rise to power on Wall Street and his subsequent decline into drug and alcohol addiction.
Other stars at the screening yesterday included McConaughey's wife Camila Alves and director Scorsese.
DiCaprio recently denied that he used a body double for the film's sex scenes, explaining: "It was all me, »
The boys of Jump Street aren’t done just yet! Having previously brought you a foul-mouthed red-band trailer for action/comedy sequel 22 Jump Street, we’ve a toned down green-band version featuring the return of undercover trainee troopers Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) in new footage. Also back are the reboot’s directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller, who take the duo from the high-school classroom to the college dorm.
After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) when they go deep undercover at a local college. But when Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the football team, and Schmidt infiltrates the bohemian art major scene, they begin to question their partnership. Now they don’t have to just crack the case – they have to figure out if they can have a mature relationship. »
- Craig Hunter
Review Ryan Lambie 18 Dec 2013 - 10:56
Although there’s far more to Martin Scorsese’s body of work than crime dramas, his name will probably be forever associated with classic movies like Taxi Driver, Goodfellas and Casino. But delving a deeper, Scorsese’s best films are also character studies at heart: accounts of flawed outsiders who stand and (usually) fall by their own neuroses.
So among such classic figures as Travis Bickle, Rupert Pupkin, Jake Lamotta and Henry Hill, we can now add Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jordan Belfort, a figure who’s as maniacally driven, selfish and downright compelling as any Scorsese character you’d care to mention.
When the Wall Street crash of October 1989 leaves 20-something stock broker Belfort jobless and broke, he joins forces with a pearly-toothed go-getter named Donnie »
There’s nothing wrong with this trailer for Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s “22 Jump Street” that a little cussing and middle finger giving can’t cure. Fortunately, if you’re in the mood for that, the studio released a Red Band version of the trailer yesterday, so check that one out here. For those of you with sensitive taste buds, take a gander at a softer, though still crotch-grabbing version of the trailer below. I didn’t know you could say “sonsofabitches” in a Green Band trailer. Go figure. After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt and Jenko when they go deep undercover at a local college. Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill return, along with Ice Cube as their sassy black police Captain. Dave Franco and a hilarious Rob Riggle also show up, though I still thin it’s only in a brief cameo. »
Memo to Jonah Hill's future costars: Try not to beat him up too many times. Asked by E! News if it was true whether Leonardo DiCaprio had really thrown up on the set of The Wolf of Wall Street after Hill decided to utilize his improv skills to get back at Leo for all the script-mandated physical abuse he endured at the bigger man's hands, the actor fired back, "Yes! Why, he said he didn't?" Hill had previously told WENN that DiCaprio "basically beat the crap out of" him for six months, so during a scene when DiCaprio asked him if he wanted the last piece of sushi and Hill was supposed to say yes, Hill instead kept saying , "No, you have it." Many takes later and »
Leonardo DiCaprio was joined by his Wolf of Wall Street costars Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie, and Matthew McConaughey at the film's premiere in NYC on Tuesday night. Matthew had the support of his wife, Camila, who looked gorgeous in a fitted red dress after spending time out and about in the city with the couple's three kids earlier in the day. Margot, who stars in the comedy as Leo's wife, looked equally stunning in a white Armani Privé gown. The movie is a far cry from Matthew's last; he most recently portrayed AIDS patient Ron Woodroof in the emotional Dallas Buyers Club, which earned him a Golden Globe nomination. We talked to Matthew on the red carpet about making the switch from his previous dramatic role - stay tuned for our interview! Leo's Wolf of Wall Street press tour comes on the heels of a fun-filled year for the actor, »
- Brittney Stephens
"We Jump Street. And we 'bout to jump in yo ass!" Sony/Columbia has debuted a new green band trailer to compliment the first red band trailer for Phil Lord & Chris Miller's 22 Jump Street, the sequel to the "21 Jump Street reboot". Yep, both Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are back, as is Ice Cube. But of course this looks appropriately bigger, better and meaner than the first with weaponry galore and an octopus, plus quick cameos by Nick Offerman, Rob Riggle & Dave Franco. There's a bit of extra footage in this but overall it just plays like a perfect teaser to give us a quick look at the fantastic return of two beloved heroes. Enjoy! Here's the new green band teaser trailer for Phil Lord & Chris Miller's 22 Jump Street from Yahoo: 22 Jump Street is directed by Phil Lord & Chris Miller (21 Jump Street, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, »
- Alex Billington
If you caught the recently released red-band trailer for 22 Jump Street and wanted just a bit more, you're in luck! A new cut of the trailer is now available, and while it tones things down just enough to earn a green-band, it also features some new jokes from the action/comedy sequel. Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller return, along with the dynamic duo of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, who move from the halls of high school to the college classroom this time around. Hit the jump to watch the trailer. The film also stars Ice Cube, Nick Offerman, Amber Stevens, Jillian Bell, and Craig Roberts. 22 Jump Street opens June 13, 2014. Watch the new green-band trailer for 22 Jump Street below (via Yahoo!): Here’s the official synopsis for 22 Jump Street: After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and »
- Dave Trumbore
Following yesterday's red band trailer for 22 Jump Street, Sony Pictures has released an all-ages trailer, which features roughly the same footage as shown yesterday, only a little more family-friendly, along with the first international trailer. Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill return as Jenko and Schmidt, whose new assignment takes them to a local college, where they must blend in and find the latest drug circulating through campus. Ice Cube (Captain Dickson), Rob Riggle (Mr. Waters), Dave Franco (Eric Molson) and Nick Offerman (Deputy Chief Hardy) also return in this highly-anticipated comedy sequel from directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller, arriving in theaters June 13.
22 Jump Street comes to theaters June 13th, 2014 and stars Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Dave Franco, Ice Cube, Wyatt Russell, Amber Stevens, Jillian Bell, Craig Roberts. The film is directed by Phil Lord, Chris Miller. »
December 25th is not only Christmas Day, it’s also the release date of Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street. The film has had a relatively tumultuous time during the editing process, but it is finally ready for theatres. To whet our appetites for some good-old fashioned financial crime, Paramount has given us a couple of behind-the-scenes clips to enjoy today, which feature B-roll footage from the film.
The Wolf of Wall Street, which is based on a true story, stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Jordan Belfort, who earned his massive fortune by aggressively (and fraudulently) selling penny stocks to investors before collecting their money and eventually defrauding them. He also utilized stock market manipulation to fund his extravagant parties launder his money overseas. Belfort was eventually arrested and ordered to serve 22 months in prison. He also had to pay back $110 million that was swindled from investors, whose total »
- Christopher Sheridan
The trailers just keep coming thick and fast this month, and now thanks to Total Film we have our first look at what's sure to be one of the biggest comedies of 2014 as Officers Jenko (Channing Tatum) and Schmidt (Jonah Hill) head to college for 22 Jump Street; check it out after the official synopsis....
After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) when they go deep undercover at a local college. But when Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the football team, and Schmidt infiltrates the bohemian art major scene, they begin to question their partnership. Now they don't have to just crack the case - they have to figure out if they can have a mature relationship. If these two overgrown adolescents can grow from freshmen into real men, college might be the best thing that ever happened to them. »
- Gary Collinson
At an early press screening for Martin Scorsese's rollicking 80s comedy "The Wolf of Wall Street," awards hopeful Jonah Hill introduced the movie, saying: "Prepare yourselves. It's a crazy insane exciting movie to watch." Right he was. "The Wolf of Wall Street" instantly jumps into high gear, where it stays full-throttle for most of its three hours, as a terrific Matthew McConaughey grooms (and corrupts) his eager protege Jordan Belfort on how to achieve the American Dream-- by cheating his customers. There are moments--few, but crucial--when Leonardo DiCaprio, on whom this movie entirely depends, slows down and reveals what he is really feeling. But most of the time he is too drug-addled to feel much at all. Scorsese is channeling memories of that halcyon 70s/80s drug era--"New York, New York" is remembered as one of the great Coke movies-- and he and "Boardwalk Empire" writer Terence Winter, »
- Anne Thompson
Martin Scorsese devotees have grown so used to the sight of their hero idling at half-speed, mired in respectability, that any film with some fire in its belly can feel like a glorious resurrection. The Wolf of Wall Street, praise be, is the director's most exuberant and exciting picture in years – certainly since The Departed, possibly since Casino. Here is a white-collar crime caper that stirs golden memories of the Scorsese back catalogue, often quite knowingly and sometimes to a fault. Watching it is like observing an old dog by the fireplace, kicking its legs against the blanket as it dreams of chasing rabbits in its youth.
- Xan Brooks
Even Gordon Gekko looks like a veritable lap dog compared to Jordan Belfort, the self-proclaimed “Wolf of Wall Street” whose coked-up, pill-popping, high-rolling shenanigans made him a multi-millionaire at age 26, a convicted felon a decade later, and a bestselling author and motivational speaker a decade after that. Now, Belfort’s riches-to-slightly-less-riches tale has been brought to the screen by no less a connoisseur of charismatic sociopaths than Martin Scorsese, and the result is a big, unruly bacchanal of a movie that huffs and puffs and nearly blows its own house down, but holds together by sheer virtue of its furious filmmaking energy and a Leonardo DiCaprio star turn so electric it could wake the dead.
Arriving six weeks past its original November release date and still showing signs of editing-room haste, “Wolf” should ride a high want-to-see factor and generally admiring reviews to solid holiday B.O., though its length »
- Scott Foundas
I read about one-third of Jordan Belfort's autobiography before deciding I couldn't take anymore. I only have so much tolerance for a blowhard wearing, with pride, the amount of cocaine and quaaludes he was able to take and the number of hookers he slept with as a badge of honor. Belfort's book seems to believe we'll be impressed by his tales of debauchery as much as we'll feel sorry for and applaud him for coming out the other end after his involvement in stock market manipulation, securities fraud, etc. I'm not impressed, nor do I feel sorry for him and this is what Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street gets exactly right. The decision to turn Belfort's autobiography into a dark comedy is spot on. We should laugh at this man, this morally diseased man so wonderfully captured by Leonardo DiCaprio, delivering a performance filled with off the charts, »
- Brad Brevet
Sony Pictures has just unveiled a restricted trailer for its upcoming "21 Jump Street" sequel, called "22 Jump Street," starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill. Check it out below. Plot: The story follows officers Schmidt (Hill) and Jenko (Tatum) as they go deep undercover at a local college. But when Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the football team and Schmidt infiltrates the bohemian art major scene, they begin to question their partnership. In addition to cracking the case, the two freshmen must figure out if they can have a mature relationship like real men. The new movie will not bring back Johnny Depp, but promises another big cameo. It's set to hit theaters on June 13th, 2014. Trailer: »
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