Directors and Producers

  • Oliver Stone's West Village Condo: Living Room

    Oliver Stone enlisted interior designer Geoffrey Bradfield to decorate his two-bedroom condo in the West Village, which he bought for $2.2 million in 2010.   See the Image

  • Oliver Stone's West Village Condo: Living Room and Entry

    The walls are decked out with striking art. The painting in the living room is inspired by Chinese communist propaganda. The entryway shows off movie posters (not pictured) from some of Stone's…   See the Image

  • Oliver Stone's West Village Condo: Kitchen

    The European kitchen features granite counters and opens into the living room. After renting it for a short period, Stone bought the apartment in 2010 while shooting Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.…   See the Image

  • Oliver Stone's West Village Condo: Exterior

    One Morton Square is a full-service luxury building overlooking the Hudson River. It offers a doorman, valet, indoor parking garage and a 3,200-square-foot gym. It's also steps away from the popular…   See the Image

  • Oliver Stone's West Village Condo: Bedroom

    The condo has a split-bedroom layout. Each of the two bedrooms comes with en suite bathroom and generous walk-in closet. The red, white and blue color palette — which you'll find throughout the home…   See the Image

  • Oliver Stone's West Village Condo: Bathroom

    The nautical theme continues in the wallpaper of an en suite bathroom, in which Stone mounted a poster for his Showtime series, Oliver Stone's Untold History of the United States.   See the Image

  • Leonardo DiCaprio - Nominated for Best Actor for his roll as high-rolling stockbroker Jordan Belfort in The Wolf of Wall Street. Leo recently sold his Malibu beach home for $17.35 million, which…   Read the Blog

  • This 2,500-square-foot luxury condo was used in Martin Scorsese's Academy Award-nominated film is now for sale. It's yours for $6.5 million.   See the Gallery

  • Here is the actual home that was used as Leonardo DiCaprio's pad in The Wolf of Wall Street. The three-bedroom penthouse is perched on the 32nd floor and offers stunning views of the Manhattan…   See the Image

  • Here is the actual home that was used as Leonardo DiCaprio's pad in The Wolf of Wall Street. The three-bedroom penthouse is perched on the 32nd floor and offers stunning views of the Manhattan…   See the Image