By Jeff Labrecque
Updated September 25, 2013 at 08:41 PM EDT
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The studio currently has Jack Ryan slated for Dec. 25, but director Kenneth Branagh’s spy reboot with Chris Pine as the iconic Tom Clancy hero could be pushed to January, according to The Reporter, if need be. That would keep Wolf of Wall Street in the Oscar race, where DiCaprio, Scorsese, and screenwriter Terence Winter would likely receive some attention. But there remains the possibility that the film won’t be release-ready by that date either, in which case it could be pushed to 2014.

Paramount did not respond to EW’s requests for comment. You can view the trailer for the movie below.

The Wolf of Wall Street

type
  • Movie
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  • R
runtime
  • 179 minutes
director
  • Martin Scorsese

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