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Martin Scorsese And Leonardo DiCaprio Team Up For Fifth Feature Film

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These two love making movies together, which is totally cool because we love watching them.

Leonardo DiCaprio is teaming up with Academy Award winning director Martin Scorsese to make Wall Street 3 The Wolf of Wall Street, a film based on a memoir of a hard-partying stockbroker indicted in 1998 for security fraud and money laundering.

Apparently these two Hollywood heavyweights have wanted to make this movie for a while, but are just getting around to it now, which isn't bad timing considering everyone hates Wall Street for ruining America.

Scorsese's fifth feature with DiCaprio takes place throughout the rise and fall of Jordan Belfort in NYC during the 80s and 90s.

Does this sound like something U would like to see?

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5 comments to “Martin Scorsese And Leonardo DiCaprio Team Up For Fifth Feature Film”



  1. 1

    omg, leo agged 50 years in 15 years… too much party? what the heck! he was gorgeous in "the beach"… damn! life sucks!



  2. 2

    scorsese scores for the perfect FIT .. I MEAN BLAZER TIE SHIRT its just perfect…..c'mon leo GO

    IRON YOUR SHIRT and get FITTED..



  3. 3

    Re: Alexima – i still think hes sexy as FUUUCK



  4. 4

    ARNIE?



  5. 5

    Re: Alexima – Yeah, but he is still one of the best actors out there. Why he doesn't have an Oscar yet is beyond me! Though he did not deserve one for J. Edgar. Both he and Eastwood should be ashamed of themselves for that. They are both too talented for that piece for crap, but I guess even the best produce a bad one every now and then.

    Personally, I'm not interested in yet another Wall Street film, but will see it only because it's another DiCaprio/Scorsese collaboration.