Gatsby who? Here's your real man on top of the money mountain.
Presenting the first trailer for "The Wolf of Wall Street," the latest chapter in the Martin Scorsese-Leonardo DiCaprio collaboration chronicle, and any angry 99 percenters in the crowd might just wanna look the other way.
From the very first line — "the year I turned 26, I made 49 million dollars, which really pissed me off because it was 3 shy of a million a week" — it's crystal clear these filthy, stinking rich fatcats are exactly the kinda shady dealers who ultimately catapulted this market into a recession.
First, you've got Leonardo DiCaprio's Jordan Belfort, a guy who likes getting baby-talked by high-dollar hookers and carrying around a monkey for some reason ...
... then there's Matthew McConaughey's equally sordid Mark Hanna, who seems to just make a buncha weird noises when he's not babbling on about pillaging the economy.
Meanwhile, Jonah Hill seems to be doing his best
Jonah Hill greedy a**hole impersonation ...
... and, finally, Kyle Chandler's there as the poor FBI agent tasked with tailing the trio through all their yachting and obvious, unabashed extorting. (Coach!!)
Ultimately, the rooster's probably gonna come to crow for these corporate crooks, but their corruption runs so deep here that they're not the slightest bit concerned.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" prowls its way into theaters on Nov. 15.