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Interview: Jonah Hill on 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

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Though he made his acting debut just ten years ago, by 2007, Jonah Hill became a superstar and he hasn’t slowed down since. That year he appeared in Knocked Up, Superbad, and Evan Almighty. In 2011, he appeared in Moneyball and got an Oscar nomination. And now he’s worked with Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio for The Wolf of Wall Street. His career...

The Wolf of Wall Street: Movie Review

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Oscar-winner Martin Scorsese reunites with Leonardo DiCaprio for a tale of debauchery in The Wolf of Wall Street. Based on the true story of stockbroker Jordan Belfort, the film shines a light on '80s excess and '90s entitlement. DiCaprio gives a masterful performance that would make Gordon Gekko proud. The Wolf of Wall Street is a hilarious yet poignant look...

DVD and Blu-ray PIcks for August 27 - September 2

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We’re starting to see some of the summer’s big releases hit home video this week, and Michael Bay’s latest opus is also now available. But Criterion has the best release of the week, while Shout Factory is releasing some gems. It’s a good but small week for home video.

News Roundup: 'Homeland' Season 3 Gets Emotional Trailer, 'Exorcist' Headed...

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Finally, Showtime has released a real trailer for the highly-anticipated third season of Homeland. The emotional trailer gives us a lot, and we mean a lot. (See it below.) Also, The Exorcist TV series is finally moving forward with Fantastic Four screenwriter Jeremy Slater. More details on that below. We also have a new trailer for the upcoming...

News Roundup: New 'Noah' Images, Hugh Jackman Terrifies In 'Prisoners'...

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It's been a while since we last heard or saw anything from Darren Aronofsky's Noah. The film is currently in post-production, and still scheduled to open next March. Yesterday, Paramount released a few images featuring many of the cast members including Russell Crowe, Emma Watson and Jennifer Connelly. You can see those below. Also, the second trailer for Hugh Jackman's...

News Roundup: 'The Spectacular Now' Trailer, 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Gets...

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Smashed director James Ponsoldt made a splash at Sundance again this year with his coming-of-age dramedy The Spectacular Now. Critics loved it, and some even compared it to works by the great John Hughes. A24 has finally released a full-length trailer for the movie, and it's quite spectacular (see it below). This week also brought us some big news about the upcoming...

'The Wolf Of Wall Street': Leonardo DiCaprio Gets Rich, Tosses Dwarves In...

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If there are two things Martin Scorsese loves to make, it’s films featuring a fourth wall-breaking protagonist whose narrative arc is of the ‘meteoric rise and fall’ variety, and films featuring Leonardo DiCaprio.  Those two elements seem to collide quite powerfully in the flashy trailer for Scorsese’s newest, The Wolf of Wall Street.

News Roundup: Aaron Johnson Up For 'Avengers 2' Role, 'Runner, Runner'...

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Aaron Johnson might soon be portraying another superhero on the big screen as Marvel is said to want him for the role of Quicksilver in Joss Whedon's Avengers 2. We have more details on that below. Also, the trailer for Runner, Runner, a dramatic thriller starring Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake, has been released by Fox. We also have updates on Guillermo...

The Great Gatsby: Movie Review

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The latest adaptation of The Great Gatsby retains most of the story generations have fallen in love with. Unfortunately, Baz Luhrmann's gaudy style and fast cuts are too distracting. There's still some magic from the F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel there, but the director can't decide between being over-the-top or toned down.

The Top Five Best And Worst Leonardo DiCaprio Films

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Leonardo DiCaprio has been considered one of the big A-List stars for around twenty years now. He went from blue eyed teen heartthrob to serious actor who surprisingly has yet to win his own Oscar. His latest is the Baz Luhrmann movie interpretation of The Great Gatsby. DiCaprio has proven himself to be a fine actor who deserves all the praise he's received over the years, but he...

DVD and Blu-ray Picks for April 16 - 22

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Another slow week for DVD and Blu-ray releases, but hey, hopefully your taxes are done, and you can pick up Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained. Otherwise, there’s a great classic 80’s film hitting the Criterion collection, and some classic Jackie Chan films.

New 'Great Gatsby' Trailer Turns The Great American Novel Into A...

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Another day, another look at Baz Luhrman’s reinterpretation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby as a 3D, CGI-heavy pop explosion featuring the music of Beyonce, Andre 3000, and Lana Del Rey (hey, just like in the 1925 novel!).  The newest trailer focuses heavily on the rage of Tom Buchanan (Joel...

'The Great Gatsby' TV Spots Play Up the Violence

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We're starting to see a heavy trickle of promotional material for all the big summer event films, with Iron Man 3 and The Wolverine currently leading the charge. But there are other movies coming out this summer, and not all of them are aimed at comic book fans. Such as The Great Gatsby, which is...

News Roundup: '6 Souls' Trailer, New 'Ender's Game' Photo, And More

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Julianne Moore and Jonathan Rhys Meyer's long-shelved horror pic 6 Souls is finally hitting theaters and VOD. The Weinstein Company waited five years to release it, and normally that's not a good sign. But the first trailer hit the web this week, and you can judge it for yourself. Also, a new Ender's Game photo was released – it gives us the first look at...

The 10 Most Romantic Movie Characters

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There are a great deal of romantic movies in the world. Even if the film doesn't fall under that genre, the element of love finds its way in the mix. But despite the abundance of love stories in cinema, it's still very hard to find a truly romantic character. The idea of romance has been thrashed and labeled as corny thanks to teen franchises and bad rom-coms. Yup, romance gets a bad rap. But...

'The Great Gatsby': Glitz, Glamour And Secrets In Trailer No. 2

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Baz Luhrmann is probably one of the best directors you could ever put in charge for a movie like The Great Gatsby. We're dealing with a literary classic that's been translated into every other entertainment medium ever since the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel was published to the masses. To have such an over-the-top visual director such as Luhrmann behind the...

Django Unchained: Movie Review

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In 2009, Quentin Tarantino tackled Europe's Nazi past with Inglourious Basterds. Three years later, he's decided to take care of home. The writer and director's latest work, Django Unchained, focuses on the darkest time in American history. Jamie Foxx stars as a freed slave, who with the help of a German bounty hunter, searches for his wife in a world set on keeping them...

The 10 Things We're Grateful For This Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving is nearly here, and there are a lot of things to be grateful for in the world of movies and television. We all like to poke fun at Hollywood for some of the crappy movies they invest in, and also some of the unfunny comedies that are still airing on TV, but the truth is we love this stuff. It's why we write about it. Thanksgiving is about reflecting and giving thanks, so...

'The Twilight Zone' Gets A Plot Summary, Still No Release Date In Sight

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The story of the long-gestating Twilight Zone film could in and of itself become a Twilight Zone episode, seeing how it features endless attempts to achieve a task that never quite comes together—much like a cruel episode of the old TV series, a dream can seem totally possible until you get close to it, at which point it becomes a nightmare.  The Twilight Zone...