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24 November 2013  |  Written by James White  

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If you’ve seen any of the trailers for Martin Scorsese’s latest Leonardo DiCaprio collaboration The Wolf Of Wall Street (one of which is causing trouble at the bottom of the page), you know a fair amount of madness happens in the movie. Part of that is captured in a couple of new posters (which premiered on Hitfix and Fandango), found for your viewing pleasure in the gallery below.

DiCaprio plays Jordan Belfort in a tale adapted by Boardwalk Empire boss Terence Winter from Belfort’s similarly titled memoir. The plot chronicles his real-life, hard-partying indulgences as a stockbroker in 1990s New York, when Belfort, his colleagues and associated hangers-on all enjoyed the spoils of his financial gains (drugs, girls, chimps as friends, big parties, even bigger yachts), until the criminal activities that sustained the party came to light. It's all fun and games until the Feds come cracking down.

Leo is backed up by Jonah Hill, Kyle Chandler, Rob Reiner, Margot Robbie, Jon Favreau, Jean Dujardin, PJ Byrne and Kenneth Choi, and, in a role that looks set to steal scenes, Matthew McConaughey. The Wolf Of Wall Street is drawing potential awards buzz, though it has yet to enter the screening rounds. The film will hit the UK on January 17.

 

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