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Wolf of Tokyo Stock Exchange


From left: Actors Jonah Hill, Leonardo DiCaprio and director Martin Scorsese pose for photos at the Tokyo Stock Exchange during a news conference Wednesday to promote their film "The Wolf of Wall Street," which opens in Japan on Friday. The film is DiCaprio's last for the time being as the actor takes an extended break.

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What, no Shinzo?

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Found out that Di Caprio is already 39 years old. He looks like he hasn't aged a day.

Also some reporter asked him "What would you do if you had a lot of money". DOH!

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Saw this movie last month overseas. It was horrible - not recommended. Which is a shame, because I think the 3 gents in this photo usually put out pretty good stuff.

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Watching this this weekend, looks incredible!

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My favourite movie in the last five years... Saw it six times in Australia over the break.

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Looking forward to watching this at the weekend, top reviews especially from audiences. Apparently the correct way to enjoy it is to adopt the morals and attitudes of a unscrupulous 80's money man with nothing but contempt for the plebs. I can do that for 3 hours.

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It is a very funny movie while being serious. It is also pretty damning story about equity traders. It isn't as good as the Departed, but it is still a hell of a movie with a very strong cast and strong performances. The music choices are also humorous and fitting.

Couple of warnings (or are they recommendations?), there is a lot of drugs, naked hookers, sex (various scenes), Leo's naked butt, and plenty of foul language. All done very artistically, of course.

Also, I was surprised to learn that Jonah Hill only received $60,000 for his role. He was awesome in the movie. Of course, he took that pay cut so he could be in the movie.

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