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Watch The New Trailer For Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Wolf of Wall Street,’ Now Officially Coming Out Christmas Day

Watch The New Trailer For Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf of Wall Street,' Now Officially Coming Out Christmas Day

After a good month or two of speculation, Paramount has finally officially given Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street” a Christmas Day release date (with a 165 minute running time, no less). And with that news came a very promising second trailer.

Based on Jordan Belfort’s memoir of the same name, “Wolf” stars Leonardo DiCaprio as a hard partying New York stock broker who refuses to cooperate in a large securities fraud case involving corruption on Wall Street, the corporate banking world and mob infiltration.  Jonah Hill, Matthew McConaughey, Kyle Chandler, Jean Dujardin, Jon Favreau, Margot Robbie and Rob Reiner round out the cast.

The second trailer continues to suggest “Wolf” is a very fun, juicy lead role for DiCaprio (in his fifth outing with Scorsese), but also gives a considerable presence to Hill, who seems like one to watch in this year’s underdeveloped best supporting actor race. See for yourself below:

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HATE how I can't fullscreen youtube embeds on your website.

Mish sl

I just know L DiCapprio would be perfect to play a young Ernest Hemingway. Even looks like him.

Not bad

At least this trailer looks more like a Scorsese film (check out the opening alone – everything from the way it's edited to even the small move out from the starting CU of DiCaprio) than a Michael Bay film.


Ugh. Ugh. Ugh. Hopefully, Jonah Hill quitting his job to go work for DiCapprio because he shows him a pay stub makes more sense contextually in the movie than it did in a trailer. Not being able to come up with a coherent trailer is not a good sign. I guess they thought that showing Jonah Hill was in it was the major thing. Also, it looks makes Wall Street greed look like a a cool rap video or something, perhaps stopping in the last half hour to show us the consequences, ala Goodfellas? Scorsese lost me for good with Hugo.

Rob K

I believe this is DiCaprio's fifth Scorsese picture. I'd love to know which one you hate so much you forgot about it.

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