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The Wolf of Wall Street

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    Watch: Martin Scorsese Talks About His Quaalude Adventures, Matthew McConaughey Explains 'Wall Street' Chant

    While they'll have to wait until Oscar night to see if there's more to celebrate, the folks behind "The Wolf Of Wall Street" can go ahead a raise a glass anyway, as the film has crossed $300 million worldwide, becoming the biggest hit of Martin Scorsese's career. And the talent behind the film are d...

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    Bow Tie Cinemas Fuel Oscar Buzz for 'Wolf of Wall Street' with Scorsese and DiCaprio Retrospective

    The Oscar buzz for "The Wolf of Wall Street" isn't flagging. Joining the slew of tributes and galas surrounding the film, New York's Bow Tie Cinemas Ziegfeld Theater will burnish Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio's awards season luster with a two-day, five-film retrospective running February 13-...

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    Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio Will Reunite for Another Juicy Biopic

    It looks like "The Wolf of Wall Street" stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill have another fact-based collaboration in the works. 20th Century Fox has inked a deal to acquire rights to Marie Brenner's 1997 Vanity Fair article "The Ballad Of Richard Jewell."

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    Cristin Milioti Talks Alternate Ending Of Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf Of Wall Street'

    It speaks to the enduring curiosity of Martin Scorsese's much discussed 4-hour rough cut, that once again rumors of a "director's cut" on DVD have floated. But the director has long maintained he doesn't do that sort of thing, and the version you saw in theaters is the one he wanted you to see, thou...

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    Watch: 'Scorsese's New York," A Three-Minute Visual Love Letter

    Martin Scorsese has spent decades chronicling the character development of New York City. Check out this cool video of Scorsese's New York.

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    Jonah Hill Talks 'Wolf of Wall Street'

    In the exclusive video interview below, Oscar nominee Jonah Hill discusses the balance of drama and comedy in "The Wolf of Wall Street," working with Scorsese and DiCaprio, ad-libbing, quaaludes and more at New York's 92Y.

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    The Best of Jonah Hill's SNL: DiCaprio Revisits 'Titanic,' And a 'Her' Parody

    It was a pretty safe guess that there would be some Wolf of Wall Street reference during Jonah Hill's stint as SNL host, but the opening monologue turned out to be better than any sketch.

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    Alfonso Cuaron Wins Best Director at DGA Awards (FULL WINNERS LIST)

    Historically speaking, whoever wins the 2014 Directors Guild of America Award for Best Director becomes the likely winner at the Academy Awards. This year, "Gravity" director Alfonso Cuaron won the feature film prize at the DGAs and should start getting ready to say hello to Oscar. A live-blog of th...

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    Watch: 35-Minute Interview With Paul Thomas Anderson & Martin Scorsese About 'The Wolf Of Wall Street'

    Heavily cut in The UAE, banned in Kenya, and clumsily criticized for its supposed glorification of Wall Street antics, Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street” continues to make waves, showing that the director hasn’t slowed one bit in his ability to provoke or renovate. Scorsese has discussed th...

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    Jonah Hill Says He Was Only Paid $60,000 For 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' Plus Watch A New Clip From The Film

    While the U.S. Justice Department investigates Jordan Belfort’s claim that he made no money on “The Wolf Of Wall Street”—he allegedly pocketed roughly $1.066 million—the actor who played Belfort’s right-hand man in the Martin Scorsese-directed epic hasn’t been shy about revealing the fee he received...

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