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Leonardo DiCaprio & Margot Robbie: 'Wolf of Wall Street' UK Premiere

Leonardo DiCaprio & Margot Robbie: 'Wolf of Wall Street' UK Premiere

Leonardo DiCaprio suits up for the premiere of his film The Wolf Of Wall Street held at the Odeon Leicester Square on Thursday (January 9) in London, England.

The 39-year-old actor was joined on the red carpet by his co-stars Margot Robbie and Jonah Hill.

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The Wolf of Wall Street is currently playing in theaters all across the US, and hits theaters in the UK on January 17 – be sure to check it out if it’s available in your area!

FYI: Margot is wearing Oscar de la Renta with Christian Louboutin shoes.

15+ pictures inside of Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie at The Wolf of Wall Street premiere in London…

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# 1

Showing his age, he’s sexy

# 2

At the National Board of Review Awards gala on Tuesday, the Spotlight Awardcelebrated the career collaboration of Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio. The two have done five films together, including this year’s The Wolf of Wall Street. “I grew up watching his films, all of my friends were actors, I have idealized Marty and Bob [De Niro] and their work, so I just did everything that I could to have that initial interaction with him,” DiCaprio said before the award ceremony at Cipriani in New York. “And I got to do Gangs of New York, and it’s been five films since then. I’m just lucky that we’ve had similar tastes, and he’s wanted to do some of the movies that I’ve wanted to do, and vice versa.”
Later in the evening, the two took the stage to accept their award, and did a little Abbott and Costello-style routine that delighted the audience. Here’s how it
Later in the evening, the two took the stage to accept their award, and did a little Abbott and Costello-style routine that delighted the audience. Here’s how it went:
DiCaprio and Scorsese [together]: Well, working in tandem with another artist is—
Scorsese: You go ahead. You go first.
DiCaprio: No, no, no. Please, I insist.
Scorsese: No, no. After you. After you.
DiCaprio: No, honestly. You have a lot more to say about the history of cinema than I do. So you go first. Unless, of course, you want me to go first. Want me to go first?
Scorsese: I’d like you to go first. Just keep it short.
DiCaprio: O.K. You mean, like, under-three-hours short?
Scorsese: Ideally under three hours.
DiCaprio: It has been an incredible honor for me to have worked alongside a director of Marty’s caliber. Marty and I have made five films together, and ours is like any other long-term relationship. On Gangs of New York we courted each other. On Aviator, Departed, and Shutter Island, our kinship and trust expanded and deepened. Now on Wolf of Wall Street, we’re like any old married couple.
Scorsese: It’s often overlooked. It’s labor. That’s at the heart of collaboration. Movies are work. They’re a daily battle, and, you know, if you’re going to go into battle, you’d better go with somebody you respect, somebody you trust, and hopefully somebody you like. And Leo has all the qualities I’m looking for in a great actor.
DiCaprio: You mean like an Italian last name.
Scorsese: That helps. That helps.
DiCaprio: There are directors, and then there are auteurs. When one speaks about Martin Scorsese’s relationship to the world of cinema, one must reflect upon its entire history. You can’t just talk about one film. So in commemoration of tonight, I’ve decided to talk about his entire knowledge of the history of cinema. So if you’d just take a moment and go back to 1896, the Mayer Brothers and Thomas Edison… Or we can skip ahead even to D. W. Griffith, with his small hand-crank camera. You know, they’d even have the same perforation on the film stock that we’ve taken for granted today, but…
Scorsese: I think they get the picture. We don’t need to go back that far, to the perforation of film stock, for God’s sake.
DiCaprio: But I have, like, another 15 minutes.
Scorsese: No, no, no. I think the whole point, the natural point is 1909, the early history of cinema.
DiCaprio: It’s supposed to be about collaboration. We should collaborate on something, do something together.
Scorsese: Collaborating on something, the idea would be to wrap it up. So let’s wrap it up.
DiCaprio: So I go.
Scorsese: O.K.
DiCaprio: All right. So on behalf of Marty—
Scorsese: I want to thank—
DiCaprio: The National Board of Review—
Scorsese: For this wonderful—
DiCaprio: Honor as well as—
Scorsese: Leo—
DiCaprio: Marty. And—
Scorsese: For letting—
DiCaprio: Me—
Scorsese: Finish—
DiCaprio: This. Goodnight.

# 3

UGH hes so hoottt

# 4

@OK:
Hey! You stole my name! And on the last page of the last thread!

# 5

I put the first came on mind. Peace and love

# 6

Margin and him look so awkward. To be honest I think she’s a strong character and that probably intimidates Leo in a way. I mean in red carpets and interviews he goes shy and nervous.
By the way this is the real ok, the one who posted on 4.

# 7

@sorry:
‘Peace and love’ :) good quote

# 8

Both look horrible. Margot’s dress is hideous and Leo looks old and unkept

# 9

Margins dress is a lovely colour,cut the styles does not suite her as much as it would on someone else! Leo looks good, though! His hair is improving :D

I think Leo, overall looks good. Especially when you think about all the traveling and promoting he’s been doing in the last few days. In the photo where he has his hand on his mid section – he looks great!
re Margot: Beautiful color, but a hideous cut! It looks like someone in their 60s would wear. Also, it doesn’t fit her properly.

these two 100% hooked up…

stupid leo @ 01/09/2014 at 2:16 pm

hmmm leo leo………………..
Gisele is prettier than toni !!!!!!!!!!!

@stupid leo:
It’s matter of opinion. But I agree with you. Gisele is more natural. But I find her personality a little irritating and put in. Still better than Bar and Toni’s smuggness.

@Zzzzzz:

I agree. I think Leo looks pretty good. He didn’t totally slick back his hair this time which I like!

I don’t like that dress on Margot. Agree that the color is great but definitely looks like a dress that is best worn by an older lady! LOL

@gee – totally agree with you. They seem to have some serious awkwardness between them and I think it’s because they did hook up during filming.

@Nay: LOL! I think her stylist is trying to make her appear to be on the cutting edge of fashion, but is failing miserably!

i can feel the sexual tension from here…he was seen sneaking out of her apartment, COME ON of course they hooked up.

@gee:
Yep. Leo broke her heat and now she’s pissed, that’s how it looks to me.

wooww omg he looks amazing…go leo!!

@an:
She’s hooked up with a couple of other people.

From the streaming, I saw them meeting in front of the panel to get the photos, greeting and smiling to each other very briefly, taking photos and parting ways. He touched her shoulder, before leaving to sign autographs. To me it looked like a collegue thing, nothing more. Neither of them lingered towards the other

Guys they all hook up with people. That’s how they advance their career

I actually quite like the dress on Margot, and yes it pains me to admit it but I see it too, these two totally had relations at some point, all the acting skills in the world couldn’t cover it up. *Dirty, dirty Leo!*

I like the dress when the skirt makes a balloon. But I like fashion boldness and experimentation…

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