A Bonanza Of Film Shoots In Brooklyn Heights Friday

Leonardo DiCaprio was suited up for an overnight film shoot in Brooklyn Heights for upcoming crime drama “The Wolf of Wall Street” on Friday. Just Jared reports that the 37-year-old actor filmed scenes with co-star Margot Robbie.

The movie—about a New York stockbroker that refuses to cooperate in a large securities fraud case involving corporate and mob corruption—is directed by Martin Scorsese, who was also on hand in the Heights. The film was also lensing this week in Brooklyn at Dekalb Avenue & South Elliot Place, according to On Location.

Also filming in the nabe late this week: new conspiracy TV show “Zero Hour,” starring Nick Baillie, Jacinda Barrett and Anthony Edwards, at Clinton and Livingston streets; and TV comedy “Next Caller,” starring Simone Lotter, Peggy Miley and Wolé Parks, on Court Street and Schermerhorn.

(Photo: Just Jared)

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  • HelloBrooklyn

    Any parking regs on Clinton today for these shoots?

  • Andrew Porter

    I escaped to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden on Friday, only to find that part of the Osborne Garden was closed to mere mortals because they were filming.

  • Gerry

    Montague Terrace has been negativly impacted by tehse film shoots again happens all of the time

  • Pyrrhus

    Andrew, I’m sure that the price they paid to the BBG was well worth the Osborne Garden being closed to the public for a few hours. I am a BBG member but I’m certain that membership fees alone don’t fully support the gardens.