DiCaprio to have orgy with four guys and two girls in new Scorsese movie

New York, Aug 29 (ANI): Leonardo DiCaprio is set to "bare it all" in the highly anticipated Martin Scorsese flick 'The Wolf of Wall Street,' it has been revealed.

"There will be some pretty illicit sex scenes coming up," the New York Daily News quoted an insider as saying.

"It involves four guys and two girls," the source said.

There'll even be a little guy-on-guy action in one of the orgies - but DiCaprio won't be in those.

Scorsese's film follows the rise and eventual imprisonment of drugged-out real-life former stockbroker Jordan Belfort, who is now a motivational speaker, and says he has been sober since his life imploded in the go-go late '90s and he went to prison.

The movie started shooting in the Financial District over the weekend and there'll be more filming in midtown this week. Later this month, the action will move to a Hamptons estate.

DiCaprio was spotted rehearsing at Bank of America with co-star Jonah Hill. Matthew McConaughey also stars, as Belfort's mentor.

"They were incognito and Leo didn't take his sunglasses off the entire time," a source said.

There are some scenes you can bet will be shot strictly behind closed doors.

"We have a scene in an office with a troupe of hookers during a coffee break.

"They are in the process of casting a ton of beautiful models, who are willing to bare it all, to portray escorts and strippers," the source said. "The girls have to be incredibly hot."

And there'll be drugs. Lots of drugs.

"Leo has a scene coming up where he is completely out of his mind on drugs with the other brokers," the source said.

"Cocaine and Quaaludes will be a big part of the movie."

To make the scenes look real, "they are asking the actors to get comfortable with snorting baby laxative. They all have to indulge heavily in cocaine," the source added.

The real-life Belfort, who wrote two books about his scandal days, once admitted he "drowned my guilt and remorse beneath elephantine doses of recreational drugs."

The R-rated movie is due out next year. (ANI)