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Leonardo DiCaprio Is Out Of Control: New Pics & Clips From 'The Wolf Of Wall Steet'

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist December 20, 2013 at 11:27AM

A three hour ode to excess, indulgence and the perversion of the American Dream, Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf Of Wall Street" is probably the most outrageous, boundary pushing studio movie you will see in 2013 (just read our review for a taste of the debauchery). Indeed, it will leave a stamp on your brain no matter what you think of the movie (no shocker it made our Most Memorable Movie Moments Of 2013 list) and you will see cocaine used in more ways than you ever thought imaginable (along with crack, quaaludes, booze and all manner of other drugs). And while we're a bit surprised Paramount didn't bother cutting a red band trailer for 'Wolf' (though we'd understand if they feared turning off audiences expecting "Wall Street 3: Gangs Of Inception") some new promo material gives a taste of the naughty stuff.
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A three-hour ode to excess, indulgence and the perversion of the American Dream, Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" is probably the most outrageous, boundary pushing studio movie you will see in 2013 (just read our review for a taste of the debauchery). Indeed, it will leave a stamp on your brain no matter what you think of the movie (no shocker it made our Most Memorable Movie Moments Of 2013 list) and you will see cocaine used in more ways than you ever thought imaginable (along with crack, quaaludes, booze and all manner of other drugs). While we're a bit surprised Paramount didn't bother cutting a red band trailer for 'Wolf' (though we'd understand if they feared turning off audiences expecting "Wall Street 3: Gangs Of Inception") some new promo material gives a taste of the naughty stuff.

A batch of new images have arrived showing Leonardo DiCaprio's financial whiz kid and profiteer Jordan Belfort at this best and worst, and in both cases, always out of control. Always one step away from going too far in either direction—and winding up there anyway—Jordan doesn't a know a rule he can't break, a dollar that can't be his, a woman he can't fuck. He's a monster in a $5,000 custom made suit. There are also a couple of clips from the film too that are a bit tamer, but highlight Jordan's appetites for both food and flesh.

"The Wolf of Wall Street" roars on Christmas Day.

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