I don’t watch a lot of television, but when I do it’s mostly HBO shows. For those living outside of the US: HBO is an American cable television network which produces some of the best series on TV. It’s almost like the Criterion Collection of TV shows in terms of quality. If you’re anything like me however regardless of all the hype surrounding a show you might need a little bit of convincing to start watching it. I decided to check out True Detective, because I heard that Cary Joji Fukunaga directed every episode of Season 1. Continue reading
After being confirmed for a 2013 Christmas Day release, and thus still eligible for the Oscar race, here comes the second trailer for Martin Scorsese‘s 165 minutes 80s epic The Wolf of Wall Street. Personally, I won’t be watching this, because I’ve heard it shows a lot more story, and since I’m already sold on the movie I don’t really need spoilers at this point. However some of you might be too curious to wait and so this one’s for you!
The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey. Like I’ve been saying all along this might just be the year Di Caprio gets his golden statue. Every year however the best actor category is one of the most crowded and difficult ones between Weinsteins, Academy darlings and locks it’s hard to say who’s going to win. It is also true however that the Academy has a tendency to make up for past “mistakes” and many feel that Di Caprio should have won best supporting actor for his portrayal of Calvin Candie in Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained last year.
We’ll see how this all works out for Martin and Leo. First of all let’s hope the movie is good, but if the first trailer was of any indication we’re in for a treat.
This is how you cut a trailer. Here’s a first look at Martin Scorsese‘s newest film The Wolf of Wall Street starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey among others. It looks to be a really exciting film like Wall Street (1987) meets Pain & Gain (2013). Lots of crazy stuff happening, there’s even Spike Jonze somewhere in there, didn’t even notice I have to re-watch it now!
The Wolf of Wall Street is based on Jordan Belfort’s book by the same title. The screenplay for Scorsese’s film was written by Terence Winter of Boardwalk Empire and The Sopranos fame. In tune with this years’ theme of the ‘new’ American Dream, The Wolf of Wall Street will be released on November 15th in the US.