Leonardo DiCaprio Takes Selfies At ‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’ Tokyo Premiere

Leonardo diCaprio, who usually shies away from the cameras, amused himself at The Wolf Of Wall Street’s Tokyo premiere taking “selfies” and photos of the hundreds that came to catch a glimpse of the stars walking the red carpet.

Asians are huge fans of American movies and stars, so when any red carpet event takes place they flock to see their favorite actors.

The scene of adoring fans was such that Leonardo diCaprio started taking “selfies” (you know, a picture of your”Self”) and other photos of the spectacle with his iPhone.

The Wolf Of Wall Street has created a series of one-liners that have already become popular among fans. So when Leo arrived at the red carpet he was greeted with banners that read, “Go! Go! Go!” and giant yellow pens as a reference to the line, “Sell me this pen.” Anyone remembers, “Show me the money!”

The Martin Scorcese film has been all the rave during awards season and it is about the financial world in the 1990s, specifically stockbroker Jordan Belfort who has a meteoric rise to the top as one of Wall Street’s Power Players.

Tossing aside ethics and legality, he embraces the excesses of the era and enters into a series of scams that will eventually have far-reaching consequences for the entire financial community.

The Wolff Of Wall Street stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie, Matthew McConaughey, and Rob Reiner.

When Leo pulled out his phone and starting taking snaps of the crowds, those present went even more crazy, if that is possible.

Leonardo DiCaprio looked very dapper in his three piece black suit and tie. He has an Oscar nomination for Best Actor for his role as the wealthy, greedy stockbroker Jordan Belfort.

While taking time to thank those who came to greet the stars of The Wolff Of Wall Street, Leonardo diCaprio kept taking photos even holding the microphone he used to deliver his speech.