'Wolf of Wall Street' Joins Lengthy List of Movies to Choose From This Holiday Season

The list of movies to see this holiday season was already pretty lengthy, but that didn't stop Paramount from adding to it: According to The Hollywood Reporter, Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street will be released on Dec. 25, just in time for Christmas — and awards season.

"Marty's work is fantastic. He's continued to work on it but now it's officially going to be ready for Christmas Day and I'm delighted," Paramount chairman Brad Grey commented on the news. This means that The Wolf of Wall Street is joining American Hustle, 47 Ronin, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Grudge Match, The Invisible Woman, Labor Day, Justin Bieber's Believe, and August: Osage County — on Christmas day alone. Being released the previous week is Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, which will also likely be a big title in the box office come the holidays.

So, with all these choices, how do you possibly choose which film to see this holiday season? None are necessarily holiday-themed, so you don't have to worry about keeping with the spirit — but it's still an important decision. Luckily for you all, we're here to help.

For those who think they know what film is going to sweep awards season...

The Wolf of Wall Street. Scorsese, Leo, what could go wrong?

For those who actually know what film is going to sweep awards season...

American Hustle. Answer: Leo is what could go wrong. When was the last time he won an Oscar? Jennifer Lawrence and David O. Russell, on the other hand — that's a different story.

For those who like to act worldly but still think Panda Express is good Chinese food...

47 Ronin. White guy Keanu Reeves as a samurai? Nope.

For those who like to talk about that movie no one's heard of that they saw at the art-house theater with uncomfortable chairs...

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Did you see that commercial? Of Monsters and Men played during that thing. Hipsters, this one's for you.

For those who just want to watch things blow up...

Grudge Match. Sylvester Stallone? C'mon. Something's gonna blow up, and don't lie, you'll love every second of it.

For those who miss Downton Abbey and debate the philosophy behind BBC's Sherlock...

The Invisible Woman. Look, everyone's British!

For those who want to watch Kate Winslet act even more miserable than she was in Revolutionary Road...and The Reader...

Labor Day. Josh Brolin's there too, which is a nice bonus.

For those with a teenage daughter...

Justin Bieber's Believe. I'm sorry. Maybe you can sneak into that American Hustle screening for a few minutes at some point.

For those who believe Meryl Streep could play a tree flawlessly if she needed to...

August: Orange County. Meryl Streep. Enough said.

Feel free to print this guide out if you need any extra assistance at the box office. It'll lead the way.

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