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Good news for the Martin Scorsese-Leonardo DiCaprio collective. After pushing the film back from its original mid-November release schedule due to a whopping 3 hour run-time, Paramount has now confirmed that the director will indeed have his proverbial ducks in a row just in time for "The Wolf of Wall Street" to bow on Christmas (outta the way, "Jack Ryan").
That means we can most likely expect a fast and furious awards season campaign from Marty, Leo and maybe even a few of the supporting cast members — which include Matthew McConaughey, Jonah Hill (and wouldn't he just love to be in contention again this year?), Kyle Chandler, Jon Bernthal, Jean Dujardin, Rob Reiner, Jon Favreau, Spike Jonze and Margot Robbie.
Happy tuxedo dance, anyone?
Perhaps to celebrate the news, the studio has released a brand new trailer for the one percentric film, and we couldn't help but notice that it's got hilariously absurd moments aplenty. Here are our favorite 11. Get More »
This week: A party at James Franco's house rages on as the Apocalypse gets it on outside in the outrageous horror comedy "This Is the End," starring Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride and Craig Robertson and featuring cameos from numerous celebrities.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" was originally scheduled for release on Nov. 15, but now even director Martin Scorsese isn't quite sure when the thing's gonna be ready or how it'll be trimmed down from its current 180 minute (yep, 3 frickin' hours) run time.
You know him as the wonderful wizard of Oz, the guy who loves crazy smart monkeys, the one-armed hiker, a lab-coated doctor on "ER" and so many other roles on screens both big and small, but last night James Franco got a new part to play: Roastee.
Yes, El Franco himself was chosen by Comedy Central to be the subject of the channel's annual roast special, and the artiste seemed to be absolutely chill with handling the heat of those burns, which started from the very opening credits, in which every name was Franco-ized.
Roast Master Seth Rogen was on hand to dish it out, alongside comedian Nick Kroll, "This Is the End" co-star Jonah Hill, Sarah Silverman, Bill Hader, Natasha Leggero, Andy Samberg, Aziz Ansari and roast mainstay Jeffrey Ross.
Since it's so much more fun to watch someone else take the scorn of their friends and colleagues, let's relive the magic of last night's roast with the 14 best burns against James Franco, along with one surprise bonus burn he threw right back. Get More »
They say all's well that ends well, but what if it never ends? You thought it was over, but you thoughts wrong. "This Is the End" may have left theaters for a bit, but it never really...ended. Get More »
Though it wasn't "necessarily" her choice, Brie Larson will not be returning to that street made famous by Johnny Depp.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are moving ahead with a sequel to the well-received action-comedy adaptation of the TV show that launched Depp in the late '80s, "21 Jump Street."
While it's unclear which other actors will return from last year's critical and commercial hit (we're certainly pulling for Ice Cube), Brie Larson recently revealed that she will not be back. In an exclusive interview with Screen Crush, the girl who played Hill's love interest in the movie said she has "no idea" what's happening with the sequel following a meeting with the film's directing duo.
"After speaking with them, it's not something I'm going to be a part of anymore than just in spirit," she said of her sit-down with returning co-directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
Hill will again produce, with his and Tatum's undercover cop characters reportedly posing as college students (rather than high schoolers). The joke in the title? The two of them move right next door to where they used to be. Get More »
Jonah Hill is trying so hard to get people to take him seriously that it seems it may only get worse from here.
It seems like it was only yesterday when the "Superbad" star and "21 Jump Street" star/producer refused to talk about farting, or his workout plan (which, um, we're not sure he's still on), or smoking weed, or anything else fun surrounding "This is the End." His co-stars were totally fun and funny in the same Rolling Stone cover story. Meanwhile, Hill has doubled down on his new "I'M A SERIOUS ACTOR" defensive/dick-y persona in a new interview with Bullet where he snorts: "Whatever, man. Scorsese thinks I'm awesome." Get More »
After you've stopped screaming and vomiting and simultaneously screaming and vomiting, it's hard not to appreciate the work that went into the above video, which features the faces of Jennifer Lawrence and Jonah Hill mashed up with Hill's voice anticlimactically talking about his entry into the acting world.
I say "anticlimactically" because there's no possible way to care about what this amorphous figure is talking about — you're simply too enraptured and horrified by the Hill/Lawrence face, specifically how well it seems to work. This is a character that could walk into a scene in any David Lynch movie without anyone batting an eye. Except the Hill/Lawrence face itself. It would probably bat both eyes as creepily as possible as it delivered a first-person monologue to the camera about putting skim milk on overcooked waffles. (The face even has kind of a Laura Dern-esque vibe about it, no? Fine.) Get More »
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. Get More »