Leonardo DiCaprio to do erotic scene

Leonardo DiCaprio has definitely made a name for himself in recent years as an actor with a knack for bold, dramatic roles. So we would expect nothing less from his upcoming work in Martin Scorsese‘s The Wolf of Wall Street, in which DiCaprio will be playing Jordan Belfort, a real-life former stockbroker who became a motivational speaker after spending time in jail for stock market manipulation. Scorsese’s film, based on the memoir of the same name, will show Belfort’s rise to the top and as part of the role, DiCaprio will reportedly “bare it all” for some very risqué scenes. “There will be some pretty illicit sex scenes coming up. It involves four guys and two girls,” an insider told New York Daily News. “Leo has a scene coming up where he is completely out of his mind on drugs with the other brokers. Cocaine and Quaaludes will be a big part of the movie.” The source also revealed that in order to prepare, the actors were supposed to “get comfortable with snorting baby laxative” because they’d all be doing a lot of cocaine in the film.

While we aren’t entirely sure if DiCaprio actually participated in the laxative-snorting prep work, the actor was recently spotted “shadowing employees” at a New York bank to get ready for his part. He was accompanied by his co-star Jonah Hill, who will be playing Belfort’s friend and partner, Danny Porush. Other big names attached to the film include Matthew McConaughey, Jon Favreau and Oscar winner Jean Dujardin. The Wolf of Wall Street is expected to be released later next year.

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  1. Suneagle • August 30, 2012 @ 10:14 AM

    Not interested. But great risky work Leo 🙂

  2. birdman_36 • August 30, 2012 @ 10:43 AM

    You mean he’s doing a movie not set in the 1940’s?

  3. Vic • August 30, 2012 @ 12:34 PM

    I hate it when they say the (male) actor will “bare it all” on screen, when in actuality its just the actors ‘behind’ that is shown. Why are they so afraid to show the front (lower) part of man on screen. When a woman ‘bares it all’ on sceen, you see everything, back, lower front and breasts,etc… but not a man. Its as if their ashame to show what God gave them.

  4. C-Dub • August 30, 2012 @ 1:18 PM

    Vic, the word is -they’re- not their..ashamed.
    And there are plenty of movies where high profile actors have bared it all. See Kevin Bacon in Wild things. See Michael Fassbender in Shame as a couple examples.

    So, don’t you worry your pretty little face and assume too much about the movie before it comes out. Maybe he will bare it all and the scene gets cut? You never know. But I’m sure his C**K will be 20 ft tall in your face in no time.

  5. anonymous2 • August 30, 2012 @ 4:16 PM

    He already bared it all in the movie Total Eclipse.

  6. Vic • August 30, 2012 @ 9:09 PM

    C-Dub….What would I do without you correcting my accidental grammar mistake. God forbid that not everyone is as perfect as you are. I would suggest you get another hobby then that of correcting people or insulting them…..by the ‘pretty little face’

  7. Caligari • August 30, 2012 @ 9:29 PM

    Vic, if you don’t like being corrected, don’t make elementary mistakes. And it wasn’t accidental, either; you just didn’t know the difference between “their” and “they’re” (and probably also “there”). A TYPO is an accident, a slip of the finger. This was no slip of the finger.

    And you mean “than”, not “then”. Come on, these are simple four-letter words that everyone who speaks English knows about. Swear to god, most people shouldn’t be allowed near a computer till they can write properly.

    I would suggest that you suck it up, not feel insulted, accept the correction, and do better next time.

  8. Eric • August 30, 2012 @ 10:44 PM

    I thought that the whole point of this site is to write our comments about the Tribute article. Correcting other people’s grammar is rather childish. Caligari, did you ever think that maybe english is not ‘Vic’ first language. Who cares if she made a grammar mistake. Everyone makes mistakes. If you don’t like her grammar then don’t read her comment.

  9. C-Man • August 31, 2012 @ 1:48 AM

    C-Dub + Caligari — here some spelling you can correct: you two (or am I speaking to the same person just using a different name) are so full of yourself. Vic was right. You are judgmental and rude. Vic should have told you to go F..k O..

  10. Vic • August 31, 2012 @ 10:23 AM

    I think C-Man is right, C-Dub and Caligari are the same person. Same attitude and writing style.

    C-Dub or Caligari…you have quite the attitude. Does it make you feel better of yourself trying to make others look stupid. From what I see, it makes you look Pathetic. FIY..Eric is right, english isn’t my first language. I know 4 languages. How many languages can you speak and write perfectly correct.

  11. Victoria • September 1, 2012 @ 11:45 AM

    I hope you can appreciate that I have no desire to engage in a grammatical discusssion, however, with respect to the article, I have gained an admiraation for Leonardo of late. I feel that he has expanded his acting abilities especially with the movie J. Edgar. Nver forget that he began as a teen heart throb and has since made movies like The Avitor and I believe it is a real accomplishment to prove that he is an actor not just a movie star.

  12. Juliana • September 5, 2012 @ 2:38 PM

    Most of you have made spelling errors. It’s disgraceful. First language or not, learn how to spell and if you come from another country, learn English!!

  13. Lou • September 19, 2012 @ 9:23 PM

    As a proofreader, I am appalled to see grown adults making elementary mistakes. However, in a forum such as this where once you post you cannot go back and edit, I tend to be more forgiving. But typos are one thing (or many things); mistaking “they’re /their /there”? Sorry, I don’t buy it. Caligari and C-Dub are perfectly correct to…correct you. I make a living doing so. And believe me, poor spelling, grammar and language skills reflect poorly on you as an individual. Resume workshops tell you to ALWAYS proof your work. Have another do so. DO NOT LET OTHERS SEE BASIC ERRORS. You chose not to do so; take your medicine and learn for next time.

    This is an unpaid public service announcement. 🙂

  14. Lou • September 19, 2012 @ 9:24 PM

    By the way, Vic, I count half a DOZEN errors in your post, not just one.
    Not to mention the amount of full female frontal nudity is WAY lower in films than you would have us believe.
    I would suggest Mr. Skin but far be it from me to tell you what to do or where to go.

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