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The Wolf of Wall Street Blu-ray

Posted February 19, 2014 04:54 PM by Webmaster

ParamountParamount Media Home Distribution has officially announced that it will release on Blu-ray acclaimed director Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie, Matthew McConaughey, Jon Favreau, and Jean Dujardin. The release will be available for purchase online and in stores across the nation on March 25th.

Synopsis: Martin Scorsese directs this award-winning account of 1980s New York stockbroker Jordan Belfort's pursuit of wealth. Leonardo DiCaprio stars as Belfort, who brags about earning just shy of one million dollars a week in one year and has long been involved in manipulating stock prices for his own financial gain. Heading a committed team at his Stratton Oakmont brokerage house in Long Island, it isn't long before he attracts the attention of the FBI who are suspicious of his increasingly lavish and hedonistic lifestyle. The film was nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor (DiCaprio) and Best Director (Scorsese), and saw DiCaprio pick up the Golden Globe for Best Actor - Music Or Comedy.

Special Features:
  • The Wolf Pack—Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and other cast and crew discuss the incredible journey of making the film. Follow them as they reveal the real story behind Jordan Belfort's rise to power and how they depicted his world of lavish excess, perseverance and ultimately betrayal.
  • Blu-ray is presented in 1080p high definition with English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description and English, English SDH, French and Spanish subtitles.
  • Digital HD copy of the film




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News comments (58 comments)



Alexb5
  Feb 19, 2014
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Pre ordered. Best movie of the year and also Leo at his best
Wow may25 why so late?

pedromvu
  Feb 19, 2014
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I think it is supposed to say March 25, not May 25, that is not a Tuesday.

chris_sc77
  Feb 19, 2014
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Breaks my freaking heart this is getting a near bare bones release.
Best movie of the year but they can go screw themselves releasing this in such a shameful. manner.

They wont see a penny from me.
UV it is

pedromvu
  Feb 19, 2014
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Yeah too bad about the supplements, at least if it had none we could hope for a special edition but i guess not with this one
moviesmovie
  Feb 19, 2014
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Saddens me that the 4-plus hour uncut edition is not being released.

byarsan
  Feb 19, 2014
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It's changed to March 25th now. Can't wait even though its a crap release.

Pussycat, Pussycat
  Feb 19, 2014
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I wouldn't discount that too much. I think there will be a full Special Edition coming just like they did with Pain & Gain recently.

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jceperley
  Feb 19, 2014
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It already appears the bonus material is being saved for a retail exclusive. Here in Canada, both Best Buy and Future Shop are advertising a bonus disc (starting to think it'll be in the same style as Star Trek Into Darkness was - I'm just hoping it's just one, hate the idea of splitting bonus material to multiple retailers).

bowlingbilly10
  Feb 19, 2014
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Man march 25th is going to be an expensive week. Blind buy for me. Missed it in the theater.

CHERRYGARCIA
  Feb 19, 2014
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Pre-ordered a few weeks back..and even if there is a special edition with more features and/or the four hour cut of the film, it would be one of the few films I'd actually double-dip on..such a great film!

montyb
  Feb 19, 2014
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Just like American Hustle among other Oscar nominated films, studios are quick to get these releases out for quick cash from fans. There will be no doubt other special edition of these great films. Its Scorsese for pete's sake! I will buy these titles once they are available. Who can wait for special editions?

Blu-Dog
  Feb 19, 2014
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This had a fast release in theaters, and not blockbuster revenue. It generated a lot of talk - as did "The Great Gatsby" a few months back - but they look desperate for revenue on this. It looks like it has Netflix written all over it, with the hasty video release. That, plus the obvious double-dip plans, makes me skeptical. I'll wait.

pixarforlife
  Feb 19, 2014
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I'm glad I saw it. I don't think I need to see it again.

imsounoriginal
  Feb 19, 2014
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Of course the best movie of 2013 gets a bare-bones release and no steelbook in the US while the UK does.

chris_sc77
  Feb 19, 2014
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Blu dog you dont know what you are talking about if you say this film did badly.
$100 million production budget.
Well over $100 million US
Currently over $310 million worldwide.
Many Oscar noms including best picture.
That's excellent for a 3 hour comedy with graphic content

spawningblue
  Feb 19, 2014
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Definitely the most overrated movie of the year. Leo was great in it, but man, this did not need to be three hours long! The first two hours could have been easily cut in half, we get it, he did a lot of drugs, and screwed a lot of prostitutes.

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wnicholas76
  Feb 19, 2014
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Day one blind buy for me, baby!!!!

bowlingbilly10
  Feb 19, 2014
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@spawingblue I don't see nobody complaining about The Lord of the rings extended versions being 4 plus hours long.

spawningblue
  Feb 19, 2014
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@bowlingbilly10 - I don't have a problem with long films if the story requires the time. In the case of this film nothing happened in those two hours that couldn't be told in an hour. And it may surprise you, but yes, many have complained about the length of the LOTR films, especially the Hobbit films.

vanscottie
  Feb 19, 2014
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It was better than Kundun I'll give it that
dmajors66
  Feb 19, 2014
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Saw the movie for my birthday and preordered later that night. Sad to see barely any special features but glad to have gotten it for a low price.

visualsynth
  Feb 19, 2014
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Day one!

Just Myself
  Feb 19, 2014
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Agreed with the comments about this being overrated and far too long. I thought I was alone on that one. To those considering a blind buy, I'd advise you to rent first.
Simonbergeron
  Feb 19, 2014
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Almost a bare-bones release? I won't buy it and wait as many years as it takes to buy a PROPER edition that RESPECTS the film.

Taygan315
  Feb 19, 2014
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Blind buy. March is looking to be an expensive month. My wallet is going to kick my ass,lol!!
Terrifyer
  Feb 19, 2014
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The region B blu is automatically getting the four-hour cut. Not sure why this one is such a piece of garbage. I'll pick that one up, I'm not double dipping when they release a loaded one two months later.

Spencer_Kain92
  Feb 19, 2014
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March is going to be an expensive month!
thenumber9
  Feb 19, 2014
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"The region B blu is automatically getting the four-hour cut. "

Source????

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deepbreathsanddeath
  Feb 19, 2014
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@Terrifyer

Where was it mentioned that the Region B release is getting an extended cut?
thenumber9
  Feb 19, 2014
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Everything I've seen on the boards here have said there wasn't going to be a 4 hour cut release (anywhere)...

Boschy
  Feb 19, 2014
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Amazon.co.uk shows the Blu-ray as 179 mins.

Where did the Region B 4-hour version news come from?

AlexIlDottore
  Feb 20, 2014
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Terrifyer is mistaken. the 4 hour uk release news reports were debunked.

Please check your info before posting misinformation.

mishal
  Feb 20, 2014
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Added to wishlist. Cannot wait to own it.
fpas
  Feb 20, 2014
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@Simonbergeron. Almost bare-bones? Just speculation. Maybe that feature is an hour long. So we have to wait and see.
Also, the lack of more extra's has nothing to do with a lack of respect for the movie. In my opinion, that has more to do with the quality of the transfer and audio. If a director like Scorcese doesn't wanna do a commentary, and wants to let the film speak for itself, then you have to respect thát. I think this will be it. So adjust your plans accordingly.

flyonthewall2983
  Feb 20, 2014
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Yes just one supplement, but we don't know how long it is.
Lodz
  Feb 20, 2014
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"My Name is Jordan Belfort, not him, ME!"
Simonbergeron
  Feb 20, 2014
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@fpas. I'm one of those guys you can't buy with only one hour of 'special features'... over 2 hours, minimum in my case, or I buy when it's on extreme sale.

As the Beatles said: Can't buy me love.

Mr. Cinema
  Feb 20, 2014
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The best film of 2013. And a 3 hour comedy/drama earning over $110 million in the US and over $300 mil worldwide is "blockbuster" revenue. I'm sure Paramount is quite happy with the box office.
prozacnation1978
  Feb 20, 2014
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I'm getting this movie for sure.
Too many Oscar movies this month. I may have to pass on some
txfilmguy
  Feb 20, 2014
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I'm thrilled that this movie is being presented in 1080p with a multichannel lossless soundtrack and all, as is par for course on Blu-ray releases, but come on, Paramount. That's not something anyone considers a "special feature." It's kinda standard. If you need another bullet point on the box, add a commentary track or something. Nobody is fooled.

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LSnowden
  Feb 20, 2014
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I did see it, good not great. I'll definitely wait for a loaded edition.

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Sopranogl
  Feb 20, 2014
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This was the BEST FILM that I saw last year -- HANDS DOWN.
Daytripper
  Feb 20, 2014
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I enjoyed the film but was it one of the year's best? No (IMO). And it was just way too damn long!
dkelly26666
  Feb 20, 2014
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Indeed, March IS a very expensive month! On March 25 alone, in fact, I already have nearly $200.00 worth of pre-orders ordered. Scorsese's "Wolf of Wall Street", The Criterion blus of "The Great Beauty" and Bergman's "Persona", the Shout! Factory release of "Wonderwall", Scorsese's "The King of Comedy", and Drafthouse Films' release of Abel Ferrara's "Ms. 45". Earlier in March, I have Spike Lee's "Oldboy", "12 Years A Slave", "Out of the Furnace", "Dogs", "American Hustle", and several others pre-ordered.

Blu-Dog
  Feb 21, 2014
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To chris_SC77: I didn't say it did badly at the box office; I said it wasn't a blockbuster. Your own numbers state that it cost $100 million, and made $100 Million in the US. That's not very good. It is a film from experts at the craft, who appeared to be somewhat self-indulgent, with a budget that size and revenues that barely covered it. If you like the film, no problem, but this "competition" atmosphere about "best film of the year" can't be measured by money, and definitely shouldn't be, in this case.
fpas
  Feb 21, 2014
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@Simonbergeron. So the movie itself is less important? I find that hard to believe. Sounds kind of ... I don't know what the word is, trivial, perhaps. "2 hours minimum"? What is the point of that?
Excellent picture and audio quality are, and will always will be, the first points on which a blu-ray will be graded, don't you agree?
And let's be honest, a lot of the so-calles special features are promonitional fluff, or boring, where all they care to talk about is, how great everyone was to work with, and what a organic or visceral experience, and blablabla....
Some 30 min. featurettes are better than those overblown multitude of features about whathaveyou. Exceptions granted of course. We all know the great making-of's. But that's another debate.
Simonbergeron
  Feb 21, 2014
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@fpas

To me, both the movie and special features are important... I greatly enjoy watching the film itself, but will never pay full price for just the movie without any form of mind-blowing special features.

I'm one of those "bang for your buck" kind of guy, and you're right, most features are only EPK stuff and everyone sounds like Tom Cruise, but every now and then, some gems do come out. The Blade Runner special features are awesome, Edgar Wright's supplements are usually good at covering the whole process, Peter Jackson's extended editions also... etc.

I also agree that sometimes, 30 minutes of quality featurettes is better than 2 hours of tedious EPK material, I'll grant you that, but personal taste implied, I need an edition to contain both strong AQ, PQ and immersive special features. I like to know how this or that was done, the process, etc.

See, I'm a guy who'll NEVER be able to shoot a movie (not where I come from) and has so many ideas, and knowing they are eventually all going to wash away, it kind of bums me, so I want to watch other people triumph in their quest to finish a film... and know as much as possible about it.

chris_sc77
  Feb 21, 2014
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again, to Blu-Dog .
the movie has now done over $336 million worldwide on a $100 million budget.
Those are blockbuster numbers .

It has made more dollar to dollar than Man of Steel made. it has a 3.3x multiplier in regards to its budget.
MOS has less than a 3x multiplier even with the worldwide numbers .


$336+ million is absolutely HUGE for a movie like this.
It will finish well above $350 million worldwide which is ASTONISHING for a film like this.
fpas
  Feb 21, 2014
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@Simonbergeron. I do understand what you mean. I myself ám employed in the audio-visual branche, and do know how these things are made, so yes, I'm partial to that effect. The really revealing stuff is much more interesting than the standard repeating over-and-over again taps on each others shoulders. The stuff you mentioned are indeed worthy of any movielovers time. And there are more good examples of that. (Jaws, Brazil (Criterion), Cleopatra, Top Gun, all the Star Trek movies, most Bond films, The Exorcist, Alien Anthology, to name but a few of great SE's that really have lots of in-depth material.)

Still, Scorcese's verbal skill is at such a pace, that if he should fill at least 30 mins. I think I'll get a lot of useful info.
To me it's all about quality, rather than quantity, and I do feel you are the same. So, up front, I do not necessarily feel ripped off, if only one special feature is announced. It could be divided up in chapters. Then again, maybe not. I would be disappointed a bit, if there's nothing really worthy extra-wise, but this movie rewards repeated viewings in the future, I think. So I ordered that fancy yellow UK steelbook, as soon as I got word of it.

Boothill Gunslinger
  Feb 21, 2014
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Too fucking many fucking f-bombs in this fucking fucked up fuck of a movie!

evoxturbo
  Feb 22, 2014
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I laughed harder at this movie compared to This Is The End. Day one purchase. It felt so much like Goodfellas and Casino. Excellent movie.
Simonbergeron
  Feb 22, 2014
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@fpas

I have complete respect for your comment and vision... that kinda cheered me up a bunch
fpas
  Feb 23, 2014
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@Simonbergeron. I'm glad I did. I really do hope that the feature on this is in-depth and substantial, although we have to assume that it's not going to be long, with already a 3-hour movie on the disc. Oh well...At least 1 Scorcese movie got a double dip in the past, and that was Raging Bull, with around 45 mins. of new HD features.

bowlingbilly10
  Feb 24, 2014
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@boothill gunslinger what did u freaking expect?!! It is R RATED!!! If u can't handle these type of movies, go watch a stupid Barbie movie instead.
Mr.Romo
  Feb 26, 2014
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Will the controversial Werewolf transformation scene be reinserted into the Blu-ray release?

VanDammage80
  Feb 27, 2014
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Day one for sure! Target is getting a Steelbook so I'm all over that.

timcat4843
  Feb 27, 2014
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No sale. Instead I'll wait patiently for the four hour version on Blu-ray. Saw this flick multiple times in the theater and loved it!
shafe_41
  Mar 02, 2014
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This is worth the double-dip. There's no guarantee the 4-hr version will even see the light of day. So even as a Best Buy employee, I will jump on Target's Steelbook.


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