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New Trailer for Martin Scorsese's WOLF OF WALL STREET

October 30, 2013
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A new trailer for Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" has just hit the web. The film reunites us with a frequent music of his, Leonardo DiCaprio, who looks like he will be firing on all cylinders per usual.

This film also star Matthew McConaughey, who looks like he's going to be playing a fun part and also Jonah Hill, who recently made a hilarious splash in the new outrageous comedy "This is the End".

This film is being adapted from Jordan Belfort's memoir which chronicles his life as a stockbroker in 1990s New York. It showcases his incredible life of fun and adventures, eventually leading to the criminal activities that ensued. The script was written by "Sopranos" and "Boardwalk Empire" scribe Terence Winter.

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"The Wolf of Wall Street" is still slated to hit AMC Theatres on Decemeber 25th unless it shifts due to post production delays

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