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ROUGH CUT (NO NARRATION) Hollywood A-listed Leonardo DiCaprio had fans crying and screaming as he appeared at the London premiere of his new collaboration with Martin Scorsese, "Wolf of Wall Street", a story that plumbs the depths of excess, lust and greed in the financial heyday of the 1990s. Triple Oscar nominee DiCaprio leads the way as Jordan Belfort, a disgraced stockbroker whose memoirs detail how he made a fortune by defrauding clients, and spent it on expensive cars, homes, a yacht, hookers, orgies and all the alcohol and drugs he could consume. DiCaprio said he wanted to tell the story as it showed the other side of just a handful of those who helped bring the downfall of much of the world's economy, and whose nature he wanted to be reflected on the silver screen. The three-hour, R-rated film earned a Golden Globe nomination for best movie in a musical or comedy and a best actor nod for DiCaprio, generating speculation of more to come when the Oscar nominations are annou