The Second Trailer for Leonardo DiCaprio's 'Wolf of Wall Street' Is Spectacular
There was some speculation that Martin Scorcese’s Wolf of Wall Street — like George Clooney’s Monument Men would be moved off its original December release date and into 2014 to avoid the crushing Christmas competition this year. The last two weeks of December is a crowded field, with Anchorman 2, American Hustle, Inside Llewyn Davis, August: Osage County, Her, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Saving Mr. Banks, 47 Ronin, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and Robert DeNiro and Sly Stallone’s Grudge Match, but based on this trailer, I think Wolf of Wall Street is going to do just fine. In fact, though I suspect I’ll see all the Christmas releases, I’d place Wolf third, behind American Hustle and the Coens’ Llewyn Davis as my most anticipated.
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