"I wanted to do a film that, to me, was a depiction of the times we live in. Jordan Belfort was somebody that I was obsessed with playing since 2008, watching the destruction of our economy. He’s not the problem, but he represents something within our very nature and our society that’s very wrong… It was a fun process because there really was no limit to what we could do because Jordan’s biography depicted stuff we could never have imagined."
—Leonardo DiCaprio for The Wolf of Wall Street
Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams, the leading ladies of American Hustle, on well-developed female roles, using sexuality to get into character, and locking lips.
The Transformer: Christian Bale in American Hustle.
"I barely know what color my own eyes are. I get kind of blind when I’m looking at characters. Other people point it out, and I go, "No, no, that’s a character, there’s nothing of me." But of course there always is. The idea is to bring nothing of yourself, but it’s probably impossible. I stay awake at night worrying about it.”
Bruce Weber on His New Film Retrospective, the Impact of Chet Baker, and Erotic Photography
Brie Larson in Short Term 12
Elysium finally hits theaters today and we can’t wait to see Matt Damon kicking ass again.
Woman of the Moment: Girl Most Likely's Kristen Wiig
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