The Wolf of Wall Street

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    Guy Whose Life Of Crime Was Memorialized In Leonardo DiCaprio Flick Not Yet Done With Life Of Crime

    No, not Jordan Belfort, who claims to be on the straight and narrow. We’re talking about his number 2 at boiler room Stratton Oakmont, Danny Porush. For those who need a quick refresher, he’s the one played by Jonah Hill, who felt the need to make a number of clarifications about his portrayal shortly before […]

    / Jan 14, 2015 at 1:52 PM
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    Preet Bharara Can Laugh About People Relieving Themselves On Subpoenas, As Long As They’re Outer Borough Subpoenas

    At a conference in Orlando this year, for example, Mr. Bharara recalled a scene from the movie “The Wolf of Wall Street,” when a character threw a subpoena in a trash can to urinate on it. Mr. Bharara told the crowd that he grew agitated, struggling to understand why anyone would show such disdain for […]

    / May 23, 2014 at 11:01 AM
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    Guy Milking Securities Fraud Conviction For All Its Worth Offended By Questions About Fraud

    Jordan Belfort is a convicted criminal. He served 22 months in prison for scamming investors out of $200 million and after that, he wrote a book about what he’d done, which Martin Scorsese adapted into a movie, which made Belfort feel cool and first name basis-y with Leonard DiCaprio. Currently, he charges people money to […]

    / May 12, 2014 at 11:20 AM
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    Jordan Belfort’s Prison Experience Was Basically A Writer Retreat At Canyon Ranch

    When I arrived at Taft, they lost my paperwork, so I spent five days in solitary. It was brutal, absolutely brutal. But it was minimum security, and after solitary it was like a boys’ club — and who’s my bunkmate? Tommy Chong from Cheech & Chong. I couldn’t believe it. He was in the process […]

    / Feb 28, 2014 at 4:21 PM
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    Martin Scorsese Goes Too Far

    Back in December, a movie called the Wolf of Wall Street was released on the big screen. Perhaps you’ve heard of it? It was based on a book by the same name, penned by a man named Jordan Belfort while he was doing time for ripping off thousands of people via his boiler room operation, […]

    / Feb 20, 2014 at 1:23 PM
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    Bonus Watch ’13: Wolf Of Wall Street

    Jonah Hill…says he took the role of Leonardo DiCaprio’s amoral sidekick Donnie Azoff for a measly $60,000 payday. “They gave me the lowest amount of money possible, that was their offer,” Hill said in a radio interview with Howard Stern on Tuesday. “And I said, ‘I will sign the paper tonight. Fax me the papers […]

    / Jan 22, 2014 at 5:36 PM
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    Here Is A Wolf In No One’s Clothing

    “Vaguely inspired by Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street,” ANIMAL New York did a little photo shoot yesterday wherein a model posed topless on and around Wall Street while wearing a wolf mask. The photos of said wolf buying gum, reading the paper, posing next to The Bull, and waiting for the 2/3 can be […]

    / Jan 21, 2014 at 2:36 PM
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    Jordan Belfort Has Forgiven Himself

    In an interview last night with Piers Morgan, the ex-con said that while he initially felt bad about screwing over countless individuals, he’s since decided to move on. Shame’s not good for the bod, so Belfort has chosen to leave it behind. Instead, he’s been making things up to investors by talking a big game […]

    / Jan 21, 2014 at 1:54 PM
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  • dannyporush


    No. 2 At Noted Boiler Room Will Give You Sex With ‘A Zillion Women’ But Draws The Line At Male-Male-Female Threesomes

    All this week we’ve been hearing from people tangentially related to the “Wolf of Wall Street,” AKA Jordan Belfort, and his second in command, Danny Porush, whose boiler room scam is the subject of an upcoming Martin Scorsese film. One was Josh Shapiro, a young Long Island guy who couldn’t help but be seduced by […]

    / Dec 10, 2013 at 2:13 PM
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    No.2 At Noted Boiler Room Not Just A Lowlife On The Job

    Continue this week’s series of first-person accounts by people who worked for or were screwed by Jordan Belfort and Danny Porush, whose story the upcoming Wolf of Wall Street is based on, today we hear from Porush’s ex-wife, Nancy.

    / Dec 10, 2013 at 9:27 AM
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    Guy Who Worked In Notorious Boiler Room Where He Was Urged By Boss To Slit His Throat Has Already Fandangoed His Tickets To The Movie

    Over at the Post today you will find a first-person account of what it was like to work in Stratton Oakmont, the boiler room that is the subject of ex-con Jordan Belfort’s memoir and Martin Scorsese’s upcoming movie, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as the wolf. Josh Shapiro walks us through his time at Stratton, beginning with […]

    / Dec 9, 2013 at 3:06 PM
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    Jordan “Wolf Of Wall Street” Belfort Had A Pretty Nice Little Set Up In Prison

    He reported to a federal prison camp in Taft, Calif., in 2004. It was during his 22 months there that he decided to write his memoirs. Incredibly, his cellmate was Tommy Chong, of Cheech and Chong, who was serving a nine-month sentence for selling drug paraphernalia—bongs in particular. As Chong describes it, the Taft Federal […]

    / Nov 8, 2013 at 1:57 PM
  • News

    Leonardo DiCaprio And Jonah Hill Are Learning How To Be Corrupt Stock Brokers At Bank Of America

    For their roles in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” based on the memoir by Jordan Belfort, who spent 22 months in a federal prison for running a pump-and-dump scam out of brokerage firm Stratton Oakmont.

    An inside source at Bank of America Merrill Lynch tells us the actors received some real-life experience for their roles in the Martin Scorsese -directed film by shadowing employees at the One Bryant Park location Tuesday morning.
    We hear that DiCaprio, who plays New York stock broker Jordan Belfort in the movie, trailed an employee on the fifth floor of the corporate and investment bank, which is the stock-trading floor. Hill, who plays the best friend and business partner of DiCaprio’s Belfort, shadowed “a lower-level, yet successful derivative sales associate.” Both actors left before lunchtime, but a second source close to the film, in which DiCaprio’s character refuses to cooperate in a fraud case involving Wall Street corruption and mob infiltration, tells us they have plans to return Wednesday.


    / Aug 22, 2012 at 11:53 AM

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