In a candid roundtable with Jonah Hill and writer Terence Winter, the film's major players open up about airplane orgies, scoring quaaludes, Steven Spielberg on set and why DiCaprio was drawn to the real-life story: "It was like a modern-day Caligula."
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"Somebody could trip and fall. Somebody could forget their lines. Somebody could hit a bad note when they are singing," says producer Neil Meron. "Anything could happen so you’re all sitting there going are we going to get through this intact?" Read More