"I don’t need a stunt man. Leo, do you want a stunt man?"
Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese Explore the Funny Side of Financial Depravity in The Wolf of Wall Street
“I told Marty, ‘I don’t think we’ll be able to do a movie like this too many times in the future.’ ”
It could have been glorious! Or it could have stunk. Who knows? Still, a Scorsese-Leonard team-up starring Dustin Hoffman would have been easy to watch anyway.
Plus: Jon Favreau talked about doing a Steadicam shot in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street with Leonardo DiCaprio, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Based on "characters and stories that we could not fully explore in a two-hour film."
For our TV critic, it's when Jesse first tries heroin.
Now all they have to do is find actors for every major role.
Quite a year for Mr. M. McC.
Scorsese is close to getting every working actor in this beast.
And he's switching to digital.
It'd be his first big-screen role in a decade.
Australian Margot Robbie.
He'd join Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill.
Martin Scorsese's next Leo DiCaprio–starring film.
At 75 years old, the lot where Ben-Hur, Roman Holiday and Gangs of New York were shot has survived war, fire, and near bankruptcy.
Hugo is the beginning of an era, apparently.
"A vampire, quite honestly, you could have a conversation with."
He's signed on to make The Wolf of Wall Street with Martin Scorsese, but another project caught his eye before that.
From the cast of Drive to The Help, the film industry makes a grand entrance at the BAFTA Awards.
Watch the video.
And he lives in Tommy Chong's old house.
The group gives Hugo Best Film and Best Director honors.
"I don’t think there’s a subject matter that can’t absorb 3-D."