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Watch: All 522 F-Bombs From 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' In 4-Minutes Plus New Red Band Clip

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • January 10, 2014 4:30 PM
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The Wolf Of Wall Street
Of the many illustrious accomplishments achieved by Martin Scorsese's ode to doing very bad things, "The Wolf of Wall Street," one of them is breaking the record for the number of times "fuck" is uttered in a feature film. The movie manages to rack up 522 f-bombs across 180 minutes, obliterating the previous record held by Spike Lee's "Summer Of Sam," which said "fuck" 435 times. So what does that many "fucks" look like?

ACE Eddie Awards Nominees Include 'The Wolf of Wall Street,' 'Her,' 'Inside Llewyn Davis,' 'Gravity' & More

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • January 10, 2014 12:58 PM
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The Wolf Of Wall Street
The awards season train continues to roll full steam towards the Oscar nominations next week, and January sees all the individual guilds weigh in first with who they're honoring in their respective fields. And today brings us the editors, who highlight the year in cutting with the nominees for the 64th Annual ACE Eddie Awards.

Interview: Margot Robbie Talks ‘Wolf of Wall Street’, Leo DiCaprio’s Final Bedroom Scene, Meeting The Real Naomi & More

  • By Charlie Schmidlin
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  • January 8, 2014 12:40 PM
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The Wolf Of Wall Street
Two years ago, up-and-coming actress Margot Robbie was stuck in what she calls a “blessing in disguise”. Her first American TV show, ABC’s “Pan Am”, was cancelled after its first season, but on the upside her freed network contract allowed her to pursue parts in both Richard Curtis’ “About Time” and Martin Scorsese’s next directorial effort. Prior to the network’s decision, Robbie—a 23-year-old Australian star best known for her role on the soap opera “Neighbours”—sent in an audition tape for “The Wolf of Wall Street” on a whim. To her surprise though, Scorsese’s casting director Ellen Lewis saw potential in her tape, and suddenly Robbie found herself in lead contention for the role of Naomi, the smart, sexpot wife to wheeling-and-dealing stockbroker Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio). A short while later, she snagged the role, and Robbie started preparing for her most high-profile film yet.

Directors Guild Award Nominations Include Alfonso Cuaron, David O. Russell & Martin Scorsese But No Coens

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • January 7, 2014 1:16 PM
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American Hustle
The Coens might want to hold on putting down that deposit for a tuxedo, as it seems their wonderful "Inside Llewyn Davis" is not registering with voters. After being shut out of the Producers Guild and Writers Guild awards nominations, the directorial duo have once again been left in the cold, this time by the DGA.

Interview: Jonah Hill Talks On-Set Film School With Martin Scorsese, The Reality Of ‘Wolf Of Wall Street’ & More

  • By Charlie Schmidlin
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  • January 7, 2014 12:01 PM
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The Wolf Of Wall Street
The infectious insanity of Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street” continues to spread, as audiences settle down for their first viewing of the 3-hour, NC-17-skirting film starring Leonardo DiCaprio, or perhaps a second or third after a horribly misguided Christmas outing with the family. We called it “ a wild, potent ride” in our review, and from hearing actor Jonah Hill speak about his experience on the film—playing Jordan Belfort’s right-hand man Donnie Azoff—it’s clear that the “Moneyball” actor was feeling the same vibes throughout the entire shoot.

Watch: Real 'Wolf Of Wall Street' Jordan Belfort Tells The Crazy Yacht Trip Story, Explains The Phases Of Quaaludes & More

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • January 7, 2014 9:08 AM
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The Wolf Of Wall Street
While the real Jordan Belfort has said he won't be making any money off the film adaptation of his memoir "The Wolf Of Wall Street," one can only imagine that the man who makes his current living as a motivational speaker, will earn a boost in folks curious to hear what he has to say following the movie. And with the stories he's accumulated from his hedonistic days in the financial game, it's no wonder that Belfort is an engaging racounteur and this 13-minute video from a few years back proves it.

Oscars: The State Of The Best Picture Race With 10 Days To Go Before Nominations

  • By Oliver Lyttelton
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  • January 6, 2014 3:30 PM
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Oscars: The State Of The Best Picture Race
After a few restorative weeks (mostly spent watching Scott Adkins movies, in case you were wondering), we're back on the awards beat. We're now only ten days from the announcement of the Oscar nominations, with one of the busiest weeks of the season before that (DGA and BAFTA nominations are still to come this week, along with the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday).

Martin Scorsese Says Deleted Scenes From 'Wolf Of Wall Street' May Be Seen, 4-Hour Cut Was Just First Assembly

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • January 6, 2014 1:54 PM
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The Wolf Of Wall Street
Martin Scorsese doesn't do director's cuts. And you're not going get deleted scenes out of him too often either. While editor Thelma Schoonmaker revealed last month that the idea of releasing a 2-part, 4-hour version of "The Wolf Of Wall Street" was bandied about, that "version" will likely never see the light of day. As far as Scorsese is concerned, while there has been much chatter around that cut, for him it was just the first step of making any movie and it's not his definitive vision.

'American Hustle,' 'Wolf Of Wall Street,' 'Before Midnight' & More Earn WGA Nominations But Not Coens

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • January 3, 2014 1:35 PM
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David O. Russell, American Hustle, Playlist exclusive
Are awards season voters no longer entranced by the magic of the Coen Brothers? Even with "Inside Llewyn Davis" earning no shortage of acclaim, that has not translated into very much love from awards types, with the film getting completely shut out of the Producers Guild Award nominations yesterday. And today, the Writer's Guild have also shunned the sibling duo.

Get Wild With New Clip, Interview With Real Mark Hanna & Lots Of Fresh Pics From 'Wolf Of Wall Street'

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • January 3, 2014 9:24 AM
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The Wolf Of Wall Street
Dropping a record number of f-bombs, and continuing to fuel discussion about whether or not it's condoning or indicting the wild behavior within it, "The Wolf Of Wall Street" is undeniably a wild ride. And yes, we know it's in theaters already, but in case you haven't caught up or just want a refresher on the madness of the movie, there's still a lot digest right at home.

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