First Clip from Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’

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Wolf_Of_Wall_Street.jpg.CROP.rectangle3-largeThe first clip of Martin Scorsese‘s The Wolf of Wall Street has emerged. The film will have its first guild screenings this coming Sunday in Los Angeles and Monday in New York.  The movie stars Academy Award nominees Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill, along with Best Actor frontrunner Matthew McConaughey.



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Knox Van Horn

God I cannot wait.

Clayton Davis

The last wildcard of the season.


I wonder if Jonah uses method-acting to lend credibility to his characters…like this is impressive, but I will be fine if he misses out this season. For some reason I want this film and “American Hustle” to be skipped in the major categories so that there’s space for deserving up-and-comers. I do believe both films will be great, it’s just my feels.


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