If you’re planning on seeing The Wolf of Wall Street, then prepare yourself for an onslaught of profanity.
The film, which is all about excess, has taken a serious battering since its release on Christmas, with complaints of its apparent glamorization of the debauched and criminal antics of real life fraudster Jordan Belfort.
Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street won’t be ready for its scheduled November release and may not even come out until 2014, which would eliminate it as a potential Oscar contender.
The Hollywood Reporter writes that Scorsese’s current cut runs at a jaw-dropping three hours. Scorsese is reportedly now working with Paramount…
Leonardo DiCaprio is bringing wild to Wall Street.
In the new trailer for Martin Scorsese’s upcoming true-life drama Wolf of Wall Street, DiCaprio steps into the shoes of Jordan Belfort, a hard-partying stockbroker who penned a best-selling memoir about his rise and fall in the 1990s financial scene that ultimately landed him in prison.
“We’re making a…