Dan Harmon seems to be having a minor existential crisis over the current state and future fate of Community. (Uproxx) The Age of Ultron premiere was a smorgasbord of dapper dudes (including many who didn't lose any of our...
Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation has added director Christopher Nolan to its board of directors.The Foundation, dedicated to film preservation, and Nolan joins a roster that looks like the Justice League of America, if its members were...Show More Summary
Every once in a while, a great director or screenwriter will offer up a list of their favorite films. Martin Scorsese just did it, sort of. (Actually, he gave an interview and talked at length or briefly or just referenced 89 films, which was immediately turned into The 89 Films Martin Scorsese Says Every Filmmaker Needs To See!) It's fun. Show More Summary
Been wondering where Andrew Garfield has been? Well, here's your answer: he's overseas on the set of his new movie. Andrew emerged in Taiwan last week, heading to the set of Silence, which is directed by Martin Scorsese. In the film,...Show More Summary
[Spoilers for Game Of Thrones’ fourth season’s penultimate episode and the fifth season premiere, as well as a certain 2010 Martin Scorsese film] As Jon Snow let loose that arrow to end the suffering of a burning Mance Rayder at theShow More Summary
Paul Ben-Victor, Birgitte Hjort Sorensen, James Jagger and J.C. Mackenzie, originally cast as recurring in HBO’s untitled Rock 'n' Roll pilot from Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter, have been promoted to regulars now that...Show More Summary
A killer Rolling Stones soundtrack? Moody flashbacks to old lovers? A COLLAPSING ROOM? Martin Scorsese's epic commercial for Chanel's new men's fragrance, Bleu de Chanel, has all that and more. I'm... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
I was fortunate to meet the late great filmmaker Albert Maysles at a small cocktail party hosted by Martin Scorsese in NYC many years ago. Mr. Maysles is a legend, having shot and directed some of my favorite documentary films including...Show More Summary
Landmark films and a Thames cruise too.
A long-running dispute over the Martin Scorsese boxing drama has finally reached a conclusion A legal battle over the rights to the Oscar-winning 1980 film Raging Bull has ended with a settlement, according to The Hollywood Reporter....Show More Summary
If you're suffering from Downton Abbey withdrawal symptoms, you might be interesting in The Young Victoria (2009) written by Julian Fellowes. This is a British-American period drama directed by Jean-Marc Vallée. Martin Scorsese was one of its producers. Show More Summary
Last week, for its annual “Yesteryear” issue, New York Magazine published "New York After Midnight," a celebration of the city after dark from a variety of writers and cultural figures. In honor of that, we went to the man who directed what may well be the greatest New York–by-night movie... More »
Originally published on March 17, 1969. The possibilities in creating an independent feature film in this country are abundantly illustrated by "Who's That Knocking at My Door?," a first work by Martin Scorsese that has been knocking around for nearly two years now. Show More Summary
This post originally appeared on Strong Language, a sweary blog about swearing. I recently viewed for the first time Martin Scorsese’s 2013 The Wolf of Wall Street, a rather Shakespearean tale of Jordan Belfort’s excess in money, sex, drugs, and swears, inter alia. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Over five months after Frank Sivero launched his mega-complaint against Fox alleging that a character from the Matt Groening co-created series was based on the role he played in the 1990 Martin Scorsese film, the studio has hit back – blunt and hard. Show More Summary
Macbeth is widely considered the darkest of William Shakespeare's plays. Full of corruption, evil, unchecked ambition, and the consequences thereof, the material sounds like a perfect fit for a filmmaker like, oh, I don't know, Martin Scorsese. Show More Summary
Branagh let the news slip in a radio interview with BBC Radio 5. Read the full article on AICN We already have a MACBETH flick coming our way, courtesy of Justin Kurzel and Michael Fassbender, but it looks as if another one could beShow More Summary
Branagh reveals in radio interview that Scorsese will be invited to ‘do what he will’ with Shakespeare villainy based on acclaimed Manchester production Kenneth Branagh and Martin Scorsese are set to team up on film version of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, inspired by the former’s production of the play...
Kenneth Branagh may have just added one more item to Martin Scorsese‘s very long to-do list. According to the actor, Scorsese is looking to direct a feature film adaptation of the classic William Shakespeare tragedy Macbeth, based on the recent stage production mounted by Branagh. Show More Summary