The Wolf of Wall Street was fun, says Leonardo DiCaprio

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  • Updated: Jan 28, 2014 16:37 IST
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Actor Leonardo DiCaprio enjoyed filming the raunchy and wild scenes in The Wolf of Wall Street.

The 39-year-old actor, who plays stockbroker Jordan Belfort in the drama, enjoyed depicting his wild ways on screen and didn't even mind baring all on camera.

"Much of the film depended on creating a wild and reckless atmosphere. I didn't hold anything back. There were no stunt doubles for me either - it's all me. That's all me flopping around naked,” contactmusic.com quoted him as saying.

"It was fun (filming the scenes). I didn't think about the nudity much because I was trying to portray what this guy's life was like and it all really happened,” he added.

 

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