Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese are at it again.
The duo next team up in The Wolf of Wall Street, the biopic based on the life of Jordan Belfort, a stockbroker who scammed $200 million from investors in the '90s. DiCaprio — who has been directed by Scorsese in The Departed, Shutter Island and Gangs of New York, among others — will play Belfort, joined by Matthew McConaughey, Kyle Chandler and Jonah Hill.
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Men at Work has tapped Fringe grad Kevin Corrigan to guest-star on an upcoming episode, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Twilight and Nurse Jackie star Peter Facinelli plans to produce a Whitey Bulger biopic, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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James Badge Dale, The Pacific
James Badge Dale jokes that the boot camp that he and the other actors in The Pacific endured was so grueling that he's repressed any memory of it.
Dale Dye, a retired Marine captain who served as the military adviser for The Pacific and 2001's Band of Brothers, "likes to see actors cry," Dale tells TVGuide.com.
HBO sends veterans to capital to celebrate The Pacific
Even more difficult, says the actor of his role in HBO's 10-part World War II miniseries executive-produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, was feeling a responsibility to Robert Leckie, the real-life Marine he plays. To prepare, he read Leckie's memoir, Helmet for My Pillow, and spent time with Leckie's widow and children. (Leckie himself died in 2001.)
"We all felt a lot of pressure to tell their stories with honor and integrity and respect," says Dale, whose co-stars include Joe Mazzello and Jon Seda.
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"The wild thing about Robert Leckie is that he hated the Marines when he was in 'em," says the actor, who goes by Badge...
30 Rock's latest big-name get: Matt Damon.
The 39-year-old actor, fresh off an Oscar nomination for Invictus and a Lifetime Achievement Award from American Cinematheque, will guest-star on the show later this season, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Details of his role ...
Ray Winstone (Jack Nicholson's bearded right-hand man in The Departed) has joined the fourth Indiana Jones film, playing Harrison Ford's sidekick, sources tell the Hollywood Reporter.... Oscar winner Forest Whitaker is in final talks to join James Ellroy's cop drama The Night Watchman, about an alcoholic LAPDer (Keanu Reeves) pitted against his longtime mentor.... Denzel Washington will produce and may star in Journal for Jordan, a drama inspired by the 200-page journal a U.S. soldier had written for his son before he was killed in Baghdad a month before returning home.
Send your movie questions to FlickChickSee Maitland McDonagh and Ken Fox review this weeks new flicks in Movie TalkQuestion I remember seeing a Zorro movie probably in the late 70s or early 80s that featured a song I remember distinctly I havent been able to find the title but I believe Zorros alter ego was either the king or some other aristocrat The song lyrics are something like He used to be the kingFa la la laZorros back Please help me get this question answered so I can get this song out of my head Everett FlickChick The movie was a Spanish version of Zorro made in 1975 with French actor Alain Delon as The Fox The song is Zorro Is Back written by Maurizio and Guido De Angelis and someone called S Duncan Smith which sounds like a pseudonym but could be for real I have no idea The De Angelises who contributed to a number of European movie soundtracks in the 1970s also recorded under the name Oliver Onions named after a 19th-century
Martin Scorsese and The Departed cast member Mark Wahlberg are exec-producing an HBO drama series based on Nelson Johnson's book Boardwalk Empire, about the development of Atlantic City. Borat director Larry Charles is returning to broadcast television, having inked a two-and-a-half year, mid-seven-figure deal with ABC Television Studio. Charles, whose recent TV credits include Entourage and Curb Your Enthusiasm, will write and direct a range of projects, including scripted and "hybrid" (gas-electric?) comedies, and possibly even animation.