We hope Leonardo DiCaprio's an Apple fan.
The actor is reportedly a favorite pick for the role of Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic about the deceased Apple co-founder that's coming from Sony Pictures.
The life and times of Jordan Belfort were so insane they had to be made into a book. And now, like any good book, there's the movie.
An official trailer for the film, "The Wolf of Wall Street," starring Leonardo DiCaprio (playing Belfort), Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey, has hit the web.
Directed by Martin Scorsese, "The Wolf of Wall Street," is based on the book of the same name by Belfort, a former New York stockbroker notorious for his outlandish spending and legal woes. The book is said to have inspired the flick, "Boiler Room."
Over Kanye West's "Black Skinhead," from his latest release, "Yeezus," clips of raucous parties, yachts and beautiful women jump out during the two minute clip. If the imagery and slick trailer editing are any indication, the film version of "Wolf" looks equally as enthralling as it's literary predecessor. Think "The Great Gatsby" meets the aforementioned "Boiler Room" - minus Vin Diesel.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" is slated to open November 15.
Perhaps Leo DiCaprio can hook up with Ryan Gosling to unwind, sip mai-tais and not act together. (Guys if you do this - please call us.)
The 38-year-old "Great Gatsby" star told CNN Wednesday that he, like Gosling, is ready to take a break from the business.
Few Hollywood stars have the versatility of Leonardo DiCaprio when it comes to taking on a wide range of characters, and yet the award-winning actor doesn't hesitate to name his favorite role in his lengthy and diverse career.
"If I had to choose one, it would probably be 'The Aviator,' playing Howard Hughes," DiCaprio told CNN at the premiere of "Django Unchained."
Kate Winslet has had much to say about this week's 3-D release of "Titanic," in which she starred back in 1997.
The movie arrives in theaters Wednesday, and the 36-year-old actress hasn't played coy on how she thinks the blockbuster has held up.
As she told MTV at the movie's London premiere last week, the film itself is "still as wonderful and epic as it always was," although her acting....not so much.
Before turning herself in for jail time, it looks like Lindsay Lohan made sure to hit the town.
The 25-year-old actress was spotted attending a celebration thrown at Hollywood's Roosevelt Hotel in honor of Leonardo DiCaprio's "J. Edgar" on Thursday, reports the New York Post's Page Six.
According to the paper, some sources claim that Lindsay "crashed" the event, although her rep begs to differ, saying "she was invited by a guest who attended."
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