Hey You, Click Here!: 'Wolf Of Buzzfeed' Trailer

What's worse? Stock fraud or click-bait? 1. Watch this Wolf of Wall Street parody trailer. 2. It's funny. 3. It makes fun of Buzzfeed. 4. Internet. 5. What kind of bread are you?

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'The Wolf Of Wall Street' Trailer Is Here, And It Sure Makes Me Wish I Was Rich

Leo will stop playing rich jerks when people stop clamoring for him to play rich jerks. He's gone from Jack to Cal. Martin Scorsese and his new, younger De Niro, Leo DiCaprio, have teamed up once again to bring us the true story of stock broker Jordan Belfort, a guy who got really rich through questionable means in the early 90's. Like Gatsby, there are boats, polo shirts, and a general boredom with life that is ham-fistedly filled with buttloads of money. And it's got a juxtaposed rap soundtrack as well. Eh, this is probably going to be pretty good.


Money, Women, And Terrible Teeth: Scorsese's 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' Trailer

Now accepting awards nominations. Now that a schedule change has made it eligible for awards season, Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street would like to remind you that Jonah Hill wears crazy Fire Marshall Bill teeth in this movie. What better way to distract from the fact that this film is the true life tale of a total piece of shit whose lack of morality plunged this country into devastating economic turmoil? God, I hope this movie ends with all the characters choking on their own feces.


'The Wolf Of System Of A Down' Mashup Is All Like 'AAAAHHHH!!!!!!!'

If there were an Oscar for karaoke, this would be Leo's year. Someone decided to mash The Wolf of Wall Street with one of System of a Down's "Chop Suey" because the Internet. And let's thank the heavens that they did. It cuts together really well. Between the camera work and Leonardo DiCaprio's enraged yelling, it almost looks like this was Martin Scorcese's original intent. Bravo. Now, get to work on Arnie Grape singing "Aerials". If there were an Oscar for screaming, this would be Leo's year.


Triumph The Insult Comic Dog Makes Wall Street His Bitch

Wall Street is great... for me to poop on! Take one look at the protesters in New York, and it becomes immediately clear that anyone, and I do mean anyone (crazies, hippies, rapists, Russell Brand) can "occupy" Wall Street. But it takes a very special person to make Wall Street his bitch. In fact, it takes a dog. Triumph, the Insult comic Dog, to be specific. On last night's Conan, which has been filming in New York all week, the mean-spirited mutt took to the streets, mocking the vast array of weirdos he found camped out in the financial district. But he also took time to insult the bankers and stock brokers who work in the area. At one point, a giant inflatable Triumph was used to bang the iconic Charging Bull statue from behind (a.k.a. Doggie Style), a symbolic gesture that's sure to resonate with many Americans as well as the hoards of confused Japanese tourists randomly passing by.


'Red Riding Hood' Trailer Is a Wolf In 'Twilight' Clothing

The Red Riding Hood trailer has hit the internaught, and I have to say, it looks remarkably similar to the trailers I've seen for the Twilight films. That's probably due, in no small part, to the fact that Catherine Hardwicke directed both films. The Red Riding Hood trailer has hit the internaught, and I have to say, it looks remarkably similar to the trailers I've seen for the Twilight films. That's probably due, in no small part, to the fact that Catherine Hardwicke directed both films. Like Twilight, this film has pretty young women staring longingly at pretty young men, gratuitous slow-motion shots, and a real 'pedophiles must love this crap' kind of vibe. Yep, Hardwicke is an auteur. But unlike the Twilight films, Hood, as I like to call it, has real actors. Amanda Seyfried and Gary Oldman are both in the film, and I'm assuming they must have made a boatload of cash to go slumming this low. Kudos to you, Gary. Take the money and run!


MTV's 'Teen Wolf' Trailer Features Shockingly Little Wolfsketball

Bad news Michael J. Fox fans: the trailer is 'Teen Wolf' meets 'Twilight'. The Teen Wolf I remember from the 80s was all about a goofy kid who gets werewolf powers and uses them to kickass in basketball. I can relate to that, because if I had wolf powers as a teen, I would have played varsity lacrosse before accidentally mauling everyone on the team during evening practice. However, the new "Teen Wolf" reboot series on MTV shows a new generation of high schoolers' wolf-related priorities. Apparently, they wanna be wolfmen so they can brood around, act pensive with girls and participate in the occasional action/sex sequence where guy is shirtless. In other words, this is Teen Wolf meets Twilight. Here's how Executive Producer Jeff Davis (Criminal Minds) describes it, without using the dreaded "T" word: “When I first talked to MTV about it, I said what if we do it kind of like The Lost Boys with kind of the pace and fun of Buffy. We’ve had comparisons to Vampire Diaires. That’s a very brooding melodrama. This exists far closer to Buffy.” Uh, yeah. Seems like the brooding melodrama description is right on the money, as far as this trailer is concerned. Speaking of "right on the money," why wouldn't MTV want some of that Twilight cash while it's still floating around there? Werewolves are the new vampires - or so MTV executives hope and pray each night. (Entertainment Weekly)


Jimmy Kimmel Pranked Everyone With Sochi Wolf Video

Now when there's a real wolf in the hallway, no one will believe him. This has happened before. Jimmy Kimmel sure is making a name for himself as a little mischievous YouTube prankster. First Jimmy Kimmel Live! was that twerking video where the girl caught herself on fire, and now it's been revealed that the "wolf in the hallway" video posted by U.S. Olympian luger (Lugist? Lugian-American?) Kate Hansen was the work of Kimmel. The wolf, an 80-90% real wolf mix named Rugby, was taped walking down a replica of the Hansen's Sochi hotel corridor in Los Angeles. Why? Because it's funny and clever, I reckon. I guess this was an effort to add fuel to the "Aren't the Sochi Olympics totally effed? My doorknob fell off and now there's a wolf in my hallway" fire. Hansen said that the hotel staff and patrons understandably went a little apeshit when the video came out, as feral hallway wolves are an amenity that are only valued by a certain type of guest. Tonight on #Kimmel @JonahHill, @WillieBossHog @BossHogsWife #DuckDynasty, @NewPolitics & WOLF! luger @K8ertotz via @Skype — Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) February 20, 2014 Jesus, Jimmy. Duck Dynasty? We're not done with that yet?