Gatsby is a 2009 film that was based on F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel "The Great Gatsby." It starred Vincent Chase and was directed by Martin Scorsese, and was released in 2009.
Gatsby was received with very positive critic reviews, and was seen as Vince's comeback film after the Medellin disaster and his getting fired from Smoke Jumpers. Martin Scorsese cast Vince as Nick Carraway, the lead role, after he saw a few of his scenes from Smoke Jumpers, after Gus van Sant sent them to him. The film grossed $37 million dollars its first weekend at the top of the box office, and was filmed in New York's Upper West Side. The movie was also set in modern-day.