'Calvin and Hobbes' - a comic strip that hasn't run since 1995 - has seen a run of popularity this year. There was the documentary 'Dear Mr. Watterston' about a filmmaker's attempts to get 'Calvin' creator Bill Watterson to break his legendary silence. Then, Watterson broke his legendary silence...only not to that filmmaker. And now Leonardo DiCaprio is getting in on the fun, producing an upcoming film on one of the most influential comic strips of all-time.
There are few things that will make a film fan happier than the arrival of a new Martin Scorsese picture, so it's by default that 'The Wolf of Wall Street' is our most anticipated movie of the holiday season. Since he's best known for making movies about shady criminal types, it's totally appropriate the genius behind 'Goodfellas,' 'Taxi Driver' and 'The Departed' is making a movie about Wall Street stockbrokers and we couldn't be more excited to see the results. But enough gushing! New images and a bonus new poster from the film have made their way online and you can check them out below.
Before Leonardo DiCaprio boarded the 'Titanic,' and before he became a recurring star in Martin Scorsese's films, he starred in the 1995 film 'The Basketball Diaries.' An adaptation of the book of the same name by Jim Carroll, the film follows a teen, Carroll (DiCaprio), as he slides deeper into the depths of an alarming drug addiction. The film also starred Mark Wahlberg long before he became a beloved action star. Eighteen years later, we revisit DiCaprio, Wahlberg and the rest of the cast and see what they're up to now.
It's official: Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf of Wall Street' will be hitting theaters for Christmas, and a new trailer has been readied to get us hyped for one of our most anticipated films of the season. Though it doesn't feature Leonardo DiCaprio dancing (like the last one), it's still pretty sweet.
Even before we know which actors will make it into the five allotted 2014 Oscar Best Actor slots, I can make one guarantee: There will be three or four extremely talented performers on the outside looking in. Anytime someone of Michael B. Jordan’s caliber can’t make a short list of Best Actor nominations for his heart-wrenching portrayal in ‘Fruitvale Station,’ you know it must be a crowded field.
'Django Unchained' stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx played enemies in Quentin Tarantino's western racial epic, but this time around the actors will play for the same side in a new film for Warner Bros., based on the upcoming Craig Zahler novel, 'Mean Business on North Ganson Street.'
A New York stockbroker refuses to cooperate in a large securities fraud case involving corruption on Wall Street, corporate banking world and mob infiltration.