The Wolf Of Wall Street's Second Trailer Is Here

Scorsese! DiCaprio! Um, Mcconaughey! The Wolf Of Wall Street's second trailer is out, and it's damn exhilarating.

Jordon Belfort became a millionaire by 25. Money laundering in the stocks and shares game built him a quick fortune – before the FBI closed in.

The second trailer gives us a glimpse of shady dealings, a rise to mega-riches and the investigation that brought it all crashing down.

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Scorsese looks perfectly in his element here – getting into the debauched world of big scale crime in the pursuit of unfathomable sums of cash.

Let's take stock: DiCaprio starring as a prodigious criminal, Jonah Hill as his accomplice, and a gazillion bucks worth of champagne, cocaine and girls in between? Yeah, we're excited.

The Wolf of Wall Street is out in the UK on 17 January 2014


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