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Scorsese invites "Wolfs" to his door for test screening of The Wolf of Wall Street

Film will not be bumped to 2014

Hollywood — On Tuesday, October 22, director Martin Scorsese brought together some of the greatest "Wolfs" in showbiz history for a gala benefit premier of a rough cut of his latest film for Paramount, The Wolf of Wall Street. (L to R) Wolf J. Flywheel, Billy De Woolfe, Wolf Larson, Mr. Scorsese, B.B. Wolf, Wolf Blitzer, Larry Talbot, Thelma Schoonmaker (back to camera), and Virginia Woolf. Proceeds for the event benefited the Lupus Foundation of Southern California. IPU TELEPHOTO.
Hollywood — On Tuesday, October 22, director Martin Scorsese brought together some of the greatest "Wolfs" in showbiz history for a gala benefit premier of a rough cut of his latest film for Paramount, The Wolf of Wall Street. (L to R) Wolf J. Flywheel, Billy De Woolfe, Wolf Larson, Mr. Scorsese, B.B. Wolf, Wolf Blitzer, Larry Talbot, Thelma Schoonmaker (back to camera), and Virginia Woolf. Proceeds for the event benefited the Lupus Foundation of Southern California. IPU TELEPHOTO.

It's official. After persistent rumors of a 2014 release date, the L.A. Times reports Martin Scorsese's long-awaited The Wolf of Wall Street will open on Christmas Day.

That's Christmas Day, 2013.

Yesterday, some of the biggest 'Wolfs' in Hollywood history were personally invited by Marty's personal secretary to attend a hush-hush benefit screening of the film at the MACSD's Digital Gym. A scheduling conflict — I had to cover the new Harrison Ford film, Ender's Game — unfortunately kept me from attending.

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Hollywood — On Tuesday, October 22, director Martin Scorsese brought together some of the greatest "Wolfs" in showbiz history for a gala benefit premier of a rough cut of his latest film for Paramount, The Wolf of Wall Street. (L to R) Wolf J. Flywheel, Billy De Woolfe, Wolf Larson, Mr. Scorsese, B.B. Wolf, Wolf Blitzer, Larry Talbot, Thelma Schoonmaker (back to camera), and Virginia Woolf. Proceeds for the event benefited the Lupus Foundation of Southern California. IPU TELEPHOTO.
Hollywood — On Tuesday, October 22, director Martin Scorsese brought together some of the greatest "Wolfs" in showbiz history for a gala benefit premier of a rough cut of his latest film for Paramount, The Wolf of Wall Street. (L to R) Wolf J. Flywheel, Billy De Woolfe, Wolf Larson, Mr. Scorsese, B.B. Wolf, Wolf Blitzer, Larry Talbot, Thelma Schoonmaker (back to camera), and Virginia Woolf. Proceeds for the event benefited the Lupus Foundation of Southern California. IPU TELEPHOTO.

It's official. After persistent rumors of a 2014 release date, the L.A. Times reports Martin Scorsese's long-awaited The Wolf of Wall Street will open on Christmas Day.

That's Christmas Day, 2013.

Yesterday, some of the biggest 'Wolfs' in Hollywood history were personally invited by Marty's personal secretary to attend a hush-hush benefit screening of the film at the MACSD's Digital Gym. A scheduling conflict — I had to cover the new Harrison Ford film, Ender's Game — unfortunately kept me from attending.

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Wow, that will be the only movie I see this year in... the theater.

Too bad cinema has been reduced to watching on a smart phone screen while taking a dump.

Nov. 1, 2013

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