The Oscar-winner directs this Warner Bros. adaptation of the hit Broadway show
"One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles" will also feature Jon Stewart, Martin Scorsese, Jimmy Kimmel, Tracy Morgan, and other big names
And then makes sure to point out that Three 6 Mafia has an Oscar, and DiCaprio does not
New parody video spoofs Martin Scorsese's "Wolf of Wall Street" - swapping traders for bloggers
This is the third time the studio turned criticism of a high profile movie into awareness - and box office. But who's counting?
Bobby Cannavale and Oliva Wilde also star in the untitled show co-written by "Breaking Bad" writer George Mastras
With a wide-open race going down to the wire, studios are spending lavishly and searching desperately for messages that resonate
The director got the idea after personally conferring with Ang Lee
Famed director tells Conan O'Brien: "I said, 'I think we lost him'"
TheWrap takes a look at all the movies the Oscar-nominated actor will never star in
The Oscar-nominated DiCaprio surprises the Oscar-nominated Hill to the delight of the audience
"I didn't want to make a movie about a guy ... who did so many bad things," says the veteran producer who was approached about...
John Slattery, David Cross and William H. Macy form another triumvirate of names at the fest meant for the 'little guy'
The film's director and star had been denied producing nominations by the PGA
Notable directors who missed the cut in a crowded and competitive year include Alexander Payne, Spike Jonze and the Coen brothers
"No, there's no werewolves in the picture," the director said
Paramount says it embraced the dialogue, and Martin Scorsese's explicit and edgy black comedy posts a better-than-expected second week
TheWrap recaps this week's pop culture highlights and lowlights
What part of Martin Scorsese's morally bankrupt three-hour film should make anyone envy Jordan Belfort?
Those "outraged" by "The Wolf of Wall Street" suggest it glorifies despicable and illegal behavior in pursuit of the American dream. But come on --...
"The Wolf of Wall Street" marks the duo's fifth -- and most controversial -- film together
Unlike in the days of the Production Code, storytellers can portray criminal behavior without overtly moralizing about it
In Scorsese's wild, excessive film, Hill says he engaged in the kind of depravity he'd never do in a comedy
Martin Scorsese's edgy black comedy starring Leonardo DiCaprio debuts with "Walter Mitty," "Grudge Match," "47 Ronin" and Justin Bieber's "Believe"
Woody Allen, Wes Anderson, Baz Luhrmann and Michael Moore's specific styles are also spoofed in this holiday-themed mashup
Red Granite's Riza Aziz and Joey McFarland bankrolled 'Wolf of Wall Street' in spite of studio reservations
The veteran director talks with TheWrap about fighting the ratings board and seeing uncomfortable echoes of Hitler in his black comedy of excess
Actress says Scorsese's wild, divisive three-hour bacchanalia prompts elevator confrontation at AMPAS screening in Los Angeles
The cocaine and hookers are abundant, and most critics enjoyed this party
The Viacom network created a music video for the upcoming Paramount release starring Leonardo DiCaprio