"That was a small point of contention with my family"
With DGA, WGA, PGA and SAG nominations in, it's time to take a look at the state of the race
"No, there's no werewolves in the picture," the director said
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
"12 Years a Slave" and "The Wolf of Wall Street" are among the intriguing wild cards as voters begin filling out their ballots
In Scorsese's wild, excessive film, Hill says he engaged in the kind of depravity he'd never do in a comedy
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
Top 10 lists are very personal reflections -- so it's always scary revealing them to the world
The Viacom network created a music video for the upcoming Paramount release starring Leonardo DiCaprio
Even if it overstays its welcome, this deliciously overstuffed movie is the orgy of ill-gotten indulgence that “The Great Gatsby” wanted to be
Scorsese's wild three-hour movie has become the hot screening ticket as voting deadlines approach
With "Wolf of Wall Street" gone and one wide release scheduled, Hollywood should be taking advantage of the distribution opportunity
Paramount will release Martin Scorsese's awards hopeful this year as a holiday treat
"Captain Phillips," "Inside Llewyn Davis" and "Nebraska" look strong in a week that found two movies dropping out of the race and Martin Scorsese teetering...
"Gravity," "Anchorman 2," "The Wolf of Wall Street" and "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" top our list of films to see
Universal has picked up a slew of international territories for Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street," starring Leonardo DiCaprio
"The Wolf of Wall Street," which follows the rise and fall of a hard-partying stock-market player, will be Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese's fifth feature-film...
Company makes fifth Cannes purchase with "Poliss," while sister company IFC Midnight grabs controversial "Snowtown"
A continually-updated roundup of deals made at Cannes' Marche du Film marketplace
The director and actor are making their fifth movie together, based on Jordan Belfort's bestselling memoir