Back in 2012, The General, a biopic about George Washington, was attached to Darren Aronofsky. At the time, Aronofsky, still riding off the wild success of his Oscar-winning Black Swan, seemed inseparable from the project. Variety reported that The General was “a film that Aronofsky is eager to make” and it was positioned to be Black Swan’s immaculate followup. […]
The General is described as "an Unforgiven-like tale."
But who will Leo play?
Martin Scorsese is considering directing THE GENERAL, a George Washington flick set during the Revolutionary War. Can we get an amen? Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. One of the most exciting bits of news to hit today is about yet another Martin Scorsese project. Show More Summary
“[Robert] De Niro reunited with director Martin Scorsese, co-stars Jodie Foster, Cybill Shepherd and Harvey Keitel, screenwriter Paul Schrader, and producer Michael Phillips for an onstage chat moderated by the director of the New York Film Festival, Kent Jones. They talked about everything from how they came up with Bickle’s mohawk to Foster’s fear of […]
HBO’s music-industry drama, “Vinyl,” began with a two-hour pilot, directed by Martin Scorsese, that vamped on like the coda to “Freebird.” The series premiere of FX’s drama “Fargo” ran around 97 minutes with ads. “Fargo,” the Coen brothers movie it was based on, ran 98. Show More Summary
Martin Scorsese brought us a movie in 2002 about organized crime in New York City. That sounds like a lot of his films, but Gangs of New York was different because it was set in the 1860s. How authentic was it? That’s hard to tell, even when you know the source material. Show More Summary
It's been four decades since Robert De Niro's troubled loner Travis Bickle looked into a mirror and uttered one of the most enduring pieces of dialogue in film history — but as the legendary actor revealed last week during the Tribeca Film Festival, the line is fresh as ever in ... More »
The key players behind “Taxi Driver” — the 1976 Martin Scorsese-Robert De Niro film that is widely considered to be a masterpiece — reunited for a 40th anniversary screening of the movie last week at the Tribeca Film Festival, according...
Hollywood heavy hitters from the Coen Brothers to Patty Jenkins to Martin Scorsese all swear by the value of shooting their movies on real-deal film, and we’re right there with them. Today we’re excited to announce that Kickstarter has...Show More Summary
Martin Scorsese’s ode to old-timey criminals was 32 years in the making.
He is buddies with Donald Trump and Martin Scorsese, and hes a former NYPD detective. He is also one of Foxs loudest go-to fear-mongers.
De Niro, Scorsese and More Remember ‘Taxi Driver’ “Forty years!” boomed Robert De Niro Thursday night to a sold-out Beacon Theatre on New York City’s Upper West Side. “Every day for 40 fucking years, somebody has come up to me and said…” He paused, turning his mouth upside down and...
The Tribeca Film Festival held a 40th anniversary screening of "Taxi Driver" Thursday night, and many of the principals behind the movie were there to talk about it, including director Martin Scorsese, screenwriter Paul Schrader, and...Show More Summary
“Forty years!” boomed Robert De Niro Thursday night to a sold-out Beacon Theatre on New York City’s Upper West Side. “Every day for 40 fucking years, somebody has come up to me and said…” He paused, turning his mouth upside down andShow More Summary
Jodie Foster is paying tribute to her breakout film. The 53-year-old actress-director reunited with her co-stars from the iconic 1976 film Taxi Driver as part of the movie’s 40th anniversary at the Tribeca Film Festival. According to...Show More Summary
“Forty years,” Robert DeNiro said, to begin his introduction of the Tribeca Film Festival’s 40th anniversary screening of Taxi Driver. “Every day, for forty fucking years, at least one of you has come up and said, ‘Are you talkin’ to me?'” The ubiquity of that quote is the most obvious example of how Paul Schrader’s […]
Neal Gabler has written and published books and hundreds of articles, won awards and fellowships, appeared on a movie-review TV show for three years, and even sold the rights to one of his books to Martin Scorsese. Yet he is among the 47% of Americans who, according to a 2013...
(PG-13) PistolShrimps reenacts a handful of classic movie scenes with felines in place of human actors. Those Wolf of Wall Street bits make us want to see every Martin Scorsese movie remade with cats. “You meowin’ to me? You meowin’ to me?!?”
This is probably the best interpretation of that notorious scene in Martin Scorsese’s movie masterpiece Taxi Driver... Can you name it?