“…that’s Jefe, man!”
Hired by Mark Hanna’s (Matthew McConauchey) Wall Street firm in 1987, Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) takes his boss’ teachings — especially those concerning cocaine and casual sex — to heart only for the business to fail following Black Monday. Unemployed, Belfort takes a job in Long Island, this time dealing with penny stocks. He makes…
Blink and you’ll miss Matthew McConaughey…
I’m aware I’m a wolf.
Returning to LA to visit friend and Knocked Up co-star Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel is looking forward to a quiet night in. Upon his arrival, however, he learns that they have been invited to a party at James Franco’s new house, and, reluctantly, accompanies Rogen across town. Before he can convince his friend to take…
Be warned: after witnessing this trailer you may have a brief but comprehensive psychological breakdown
Four. There’s going to be another one. After two, and three, they’re still going to make Men in Black Four. Four. Do you guys not remember the Ballchinnian?
Max Landis shows us that Chronicle wasn’t a fluke, and gives his dad a run for his money at this directing thing
With Leonardo Dicaprio and Martin Scorsese on board we should probably get the Oscars prepared now just to save time.